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Alton Towers

With over 50 rides and attractions, the Alton Towers Resort is the perfect place to visit to get the ultimate hair-raising experience this Halloween.
Get the fright of your life this year at Alton Towers' Scarefest and experience all of the frightening activities they have to offer. Come in the day or hop on the rides after dark to experience enhanced terror. Try out the new horrifying Wicker Man ride, the first wooden rollercoaster to have been built in the UK in over 20 years, with flames from the Wicker Man lighting up the night sky.
For young visitors there are live shows to be watched, whilst older families will find entertainment in the House of Monster maze. If you're searching for spine-tingling terror, then you'll need your wits about you when entering Alton Towers' terrifying scare mazes.
The Alton Towers Resort makes every effort to ensure that their facilities are accessible to as many guests as possible, and wheelchair accessible rides are clearly signposted. There are also various types of accommodation on the park suiting all ages, including the CBeebies Land Hotel, Luxury Treehouses and the Splash Landings waterpark themed hotel.

Accessibility:
 
o Disabled toilets
o Assistance dogs are welcome
o Ear defenders
o Hearing loops
o Wheelchair hire
o Hotel lifts

There is an accessibility guide on their website for more information.

The London Dungeons

Walk through 1000 years of London's morbid past this Halloween…
With twenty haunting tales and two chilling rides, get close to London's scariest characters at Screamfest this year including Jack the Ripper, The Plague Doctor and The Torturer. Get a heart-pounding experience on Halloween this year through all of your senses; smell, feel, hear and see what life in London used to be like… and prepare to be terrified!
Take on London's only underground water ride, dodge the touch of an escaped convict and plummet into the depths on the exhilarating vertical free fall drop ride; Drop Dead. A new Jack the Ripper show exclusively at Screamfest, descends you into total darkness whilst a spine-tingling séance returns. How does sitting around a Ouija board and summoning the spirits sound? So, come and experience it for yourself and see how brave you are!

Accessibility:

o Wheelchair hire
o Lifts in the building
o Helpers are available
o Seated areas during the shows
There is an accessibility guide on their website for more information.

Come to Warwick Castle this Halloween and experience a variety of Halloween activities that will leave you horrified…

There's a huge variety of activities to do at Warwick Castle this Halloween which are perfect for all ages. Whether it's watching their Halloween shows suitable for kids, going on a spooky trail or entering the UK's only Horrible Histories Maze, there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy! Participate in a fun, interactive quest with your family to try and uncover a series of clues and puzzles to find the key to freedom. If you're feeling braver, try and escape plague-ridden characters of histories past or participate in a spine-chilling séance or enter the House of Wax and experience the horror of people coming to life in the darkness. For adults, the Castle Dungeon will be opening into the darker hours of the night with ruder and more terrifying surprises in its shows to give you the ultimate fright this Halloween.

Accessibility:

o Assistance dogs welcome
o Wheelchair hire
o Induction loops
o Disabled toilets

There is an accessibility guide on their website for more information.

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Thorpe Park - Fright Night

Being the UK's most premier Halloween event, Thorpe Park is the perfect place to visit if you want to be terrified this Halloween, experience a variety of different attractions and see how much you can take! Due to the intensity of terror, this event is most suitable for people aged 13 or above unless accompanied by an adult, however under 13s can come and enjoy over 30 other rides and live shows in the park.

If you're feeling brave, venture deep into the wilderness and take on the evil that lurks beyond the darkness with the Blair Witch attraction, or grab some popcorn and sit back in your seat at the Screamplexx cinema while you devour a series of spine-chilling short films… and expect a few creepy surprises along the way. Don't miss out - go along and enjoy a night full of surprises and creeps, and watch out for the uncanny characters you may come into contact with whilst walking around the park!

Accessibility:

The park is easy to navigate around for wheelchair users and the majority of the rides have been adapted for wheelchair access and there is a variety of attractions at Fright Night that are accessible for wheelchair users. Here's a list of facilities the park offers:

o Guide dogs welcome
o Helpers
o Ride access pass
o Free helper ticket
o Disabled parking
o Disabled toilets
o Wheelchair hire

There is an accessibility guide on their website for more information.