By Vicky Anscombe on 21 October 2015

This Halloween, get out of the house and scare the family silly with this selection of ghoulish treats.

Try daring dishes at Cadbury World’s Spooktacular, freak yourself out at one of Thorpe Park’s Fright Nights or trick/treat yourself to a trip to Disneyland Paris to experience their unique take on Halloween.

Halloween Spooktacular, Cadbury World, Birmingham

24th October - 1st November

Adults: £15, Children: £11

When it comes to Halloween, Cadbury knows it's fiendishly-moreish delights which the crowds want. There's magic in the air, and no mistake; the whole attraction will be decked out for Halloween, and the World's Biggest Cadbury Shop will be full of scary treats. Dare you try them?

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Cadbury World

Halloween Week, Ripley's Believe It or Not, London

24th October - 1st November

Adults: Free Fast Track entry to Ripley’s Believe It or Not, London after 5pm, plus entry to Ripley’s Marvellous Mirror Maze and Ripley’s Impossible Laser

Children: £1 with every adult ticket booked

Ripley's Halloween events include Freaky Face Painting, a Haunted Halloween Trail, Brilliant Balloon Crafts and Spooky Storytelling. 

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Phobophobia, London Bridge Experience (Please note - this is for adults only)

24th- 31st October

Adults from £19.20

Phobophobia is the annual adult-only Halloween spectacular at The London Bridge Experience & Tombs, taking place over the course of a week.

Expect to be harassed, held hostage and exposed to the very evil that has engrossed this family of freaks for decades. They won’t let you go once you enter their home; are you smart enough to make it out alive?

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London Bridge Experience

Brick or Treat, LEGOLAND Windsor Resort, London

17th October – 2nd November

Adults: £49 Children £45

They've done it again at LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort! Their spooktacular activities mean the while family can get involved, and with over 55 rides and attractions, there's bound to be something for all ages.

To book your ticket, click here.

Fright Nights, Thorpe Park, London

October 9th-11th, 16th-18th, 23rd-31st and 1st November

Adults: £50 Children: £45

In collaboration with global horror producer, Lionsgate UK, FRIGHT NIGHTS is crammed full of award-winning actor-led horror mazes and scare zones based on cult classics, such as The Blair Witch ProjectMy Bloody Valentine and The Cabin in the Woods.

There's a brand new attraction which has opened this year - The Big Top, a terrifying maze set at an abandoned carnival on the island’s Amity Beach.

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Howl’o’ween, Chessington World of Adventures Resort, London

23rd October - 2nd November

Adults: £47 Children: £43

Thrills, howls and family fun await the bravest of guests who venture to Chessington. Open late every night until 8pm, Chessington’s Howl’o’ween presents two brand new attractions – the Curse of the Lost Tomb maze and Trick or Treat Wood, as well as rides in the dark and spooky animal shows. You may have to leave the landing light on when you finally head to bed...

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Frightwater Valley, Lightwater Valley, York

30th October- 1st November

Adults from £19.50, Children from £5

Explore Eagles Creep Farm, meet ghastly ghouls on board the Lightwater Express Scare Train, and don’t miss the Monster Puppet Show.

Oh, and that isn't all - Frightwater's scare maze will have you running for the hills. Well, that's if you can find your way out. The Cabin in the Woods is heart-stoppingly scary, but definitely not for the faint hearted - or small children! And just when you thought it’s all over and it’s time to head home, you'll end the evening with the Frightwater Finale. How chilling...

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Lightwater Valley

Disneyland Paris

1st October- 1st November

Adults from £41, Children from £36

Celebrate the most spellbinding harvest season ever with Mickey and friends, admire the special Disney decorations and add some extra-special Disney magic to Halloween this year. The well-loved park never disappoints - and this year you can finally get even with the nastiest baddies that Disney has to offer at the spooky Meet ’n’ Greet. Ursula, is that you?

To book your ticket, click here.

Disneyland Paris

Image credits: Shutterstock, supplied.


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