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October Half Term Fun

Spooky Family Fun

Pleasurewood Chills may be a little different this year but there’s still plenty of family fun to enjoy from Saturday 24 October to Sunday 1 November.

The Pleasurewood Hills team have been busy adding some spine-tingling touches to the park for Halloween – look out for the Spook-tacular decorations as you make your way around.

Fans of Woody Bear will be excited to hear he is set to make a return to the park for Pleasurewood Chills. Woody has missed meeting his Pleasurewood Hills friends so is thrilled to be dusting off his Halloween cape. He’ll be dropping into the Castle Theatre at selected times every day for special meet and greet sessions. Make sure you call in to say hello – from a safe distance!

Thinking of visiting? Don’t forget that every visit must be booked online so head over to our booking page now and start planning your day!

Train of Tiny Terrors

Will you take a trip on the Train of Tiny Terrors? Woody and the team have added some frighteningly good decorations to our little train that will leave even the youngest passenger smiling rather than screaming.

House of Little Horrors

If you love getting creative, call in to the House of Little Horrors (in Tony’s – opposite Hyperdrive) to get crafty with slime workshops and pumpkin carving.

Just Add Kids – Creative workshops will be bringing their fang-tastic slime workshops to the park on Monday 26, Wednesday 28 and Saturday 31 October. Enjoy making your very own slime from scratch and take it home with you at the end of the session. The workshops will take place between midday and 3pm for a token fee of £4 per person.

Our indoor ‘pumpkin patch’ is the perfect place to visit if you want to create your very own Halloween decoration. For £2 you’ll be able to pick a pumpkin, carve it and take it home at the end of the day. Pumpkin carving will be open from midday every day.

Scare Mazes 2020

Want your Halloween to be more scary and less spooky? Then you’re in for a treat as we’re bringing two scare mazes to Pleasurewood Hills for 2020.

Shaft 13 – The Legend of Hob

Only the bravest adventurers will head into Shaft 13 – a mine long abandoned by the Dark Hills Mining Company. Many have ventured in but none have returned to tell the tale of the mine which is said to be haunted by Hob, an axe wielding demon who claims the lives of anyone who goes in.

Entry to the scare mazes is £5 for both and entry can be booked online. Face masks must be worn in the horror mazes.

Hell Express

Welcome aboard the Hell Express, a one way ticket to the final destination. On board this train of horrors are the souls of the damned, ferried by the evil, satanic demons that conduct this nightmare on rails. Will you be brave enough to join the passenger list?

Entry to the scare mazes is £5 for both and entry can be booked online. Face masks must be worn in the horror mazes.

Covid-19 Safety Measures for Pleasurewood Chills

Please abide by all Covid-19 Safety measures that are operating in the park when you visit. Anyone taking part in the Pumpkin Carving, Slime Workshops and Scare Mazes will be required to wear face coverings (unless exempt) for the duration of the activity. All equipment will be thoroughly cleaned between uses in the slime workshops and during pumpkin carving and social distancing will apply.

Sadly, due to Government guidelines and current restrictions, Pleasurewood Hills has made the difficult decision to cancel the fireworks display for 2020. We are disappointed, but feel it is the right decision given the current restrictions. We hope to be able to return with a bigger and better display once again as soon as it is safe to do so.