21 September 2016

Fright Nights at Thorpe Park Resort

Thorpe Park Resort’s, Fright Nights, returns in all its gore-y for the nation’s premiere Halloween event’s 15th Birthday celebrations on selected dates from 7th October – 31st October with an all-new scare maze, Platform 15.




Platform 15 is set in the Park’s woodlands; it is the largest scare maze to date covering 450 metres. Guests will depart on a one way ticket along an overgrown railway line which is the last known route of the Sleeper Express, a locomotive that disappeared into thin air with all passengers still on board.


Take your turn to walk the Island’s backroads which have never before been accessible to the public. Guests will face a deserted railroad, explosions, sΓ©ances, Ouija boards and pitch black forestry. They may also find themselves hunted and chased in the depths of the forest, so they must tread carefully and not disturb the grounds – zombie ‘Sleepers’ hidden amongst the trees may awaken.

The scare doesn’t stop there, in partnership with Lionsgate the Blair Witch scare maze has received an overhaul to tie in with the new film’s twisted tale.





This year’s Fright Nights offers guests five free scare mazes included in Park Entry:

  • Platform 15: New for 2016 an off the track dark experience into the Park’s woodlands
  • Blair Witch: In partnership with Lionsgate this Fright Nights staple has received a 2016 update in keeping with what looks to be 2016 scariest horror movie yet
  • The Big Top: the carnival comes to town once again this October. Reimagined for 2016 with even more clowns
  • Cabin in The Woods: Based on the Lionsgate movie, visitors will tour a seemingly innocent rustic cabin, but what lies behind each door is not so pure 
  • Saw Alive: The Maze: Another Lionsgate special, visitors will come face to face with the sadistic Billy puppet and face his nightmarish games

And one paid for scare experience, Containment, where guests must escape the horror under timed conditions (£10 per person).




As part of the Park’s birthday celebrations, roaming scare actors will be unleashed on the Park after 6pm, so the scares will continue outside the mazes. Guests can choose which characters arrive at the Park by voting on the Thorpe Park Official Facebook page. They can choose from a selection of frightful fiends who have graced Fright Nights mazes over the past 15 years, and bring them back to the Park for one last scare.

In addition to the Resort’s Fright Nights attractions, the Park’s flagship rollercoasters will be open until late too including Stealth, Colossus, Saw-The Ride, Nemesis and SWARM.


Tickets prices start at £29.99 and you can book here: Thorpepark.com.




For your chance to WIN 4 tickets (to be used between 7th-31st October 2016) you can enter via the Gleam entry form below.

The giveaway ends at 11.59pm GMT on 6th October 2016.


Leaving a comment is compulsory but there are lots of additional entry methods available also to increase your chances.



Good luck!



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46 comments :

  1. i'd take my girlfriend sarah for some terrifying.

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  2. Would take my OH. Love the Saw ride.

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  3. I would take my niece and nephew

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  4. I would take my 3 older children

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  5. I'd love to win these tickets!

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  6. I'd love to win these tickets! I would take my boyfriend! xx

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  7. I'd take my husband so that he could protect me!

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  8. I would take my husband, stepson, and eldest daughter x

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  9. I would take my little brother who has Down's but is a real thrill seeker.

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  10. My fiance, and two sons, they would be over the moon, great family day out x

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  11. I would take my hubby and kids.

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  12. id love to win so my husband and brother could go!

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  13. I would take my OH and kids.

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  14. my daughter would love this!

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  15. I'd love to win these tickets .πŸ˜ƒ

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  16. FABULOUSSSSSSSS! We would Love to be scared silly! πŸ˜ƒπŸ˜ŠπŸ˜‹πŸ˜„

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  17. I think this might be a little too scary for my little boy, so I'd love to go with a group of my girlfriends...who I wouldn't be so embarrassed screaming my head off in front of ;) I loved what Thorpe Park did with 'Saw - The Ride' so imagine this to be a really top night out. x

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  18. I would definitely take my best friend, Emily. We would have the biggest laugh together and be completely freaked out by everything

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  19. I'd take my girlfriend, will be something new for us both, maybe more myself. I've never done rollercoasters and I've never actually been on a big rollercoaster so it'd be an experience.

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  20. I love The Saw ride, a real adrenaline rush!

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  21. I would take my old friends from uni - the nights we spent jumping out at each other from behind the shower curtain could be repeated on this trip!

    Sam

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  22. My teenage daughter would love to attend fright night.

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  23. We all love Saw

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  24. my brother was unable to get tickets so i'd give the tickets to him and my mum to go :-)

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  25. id take my OH, hes such a wimp he would poo his pants haha xx

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  26. I would take my hubby to be! :)

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  27. Id take my boyfriend. The Saw ride looks so good.

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  28. I'd take my daughter and my son & his girlfriend

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  29. I will take my 3 teenage sons - they soooooo love a bit of fear!

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  30. I would take my two children and my husband

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  31. I'd take my teenagers they would love laughing at me screaming

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  32. teenagers and parents what a scream

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