Details for Howl’o’ween, Chessington World of Adventures Resort’s annual Halloween event running from 23rd October – 2nd November, have been officially confirmed revealing a range of new attractions for 2015.
2015 will see not one, but two brand new walk through attractions added to the line-up. The Curse of the Lost Tomb will take guests to the depths of the secret lost tomb of Ghengis Khan (the famous 12th century Mongol Emperor who conquered much of what is now China and Central Asia). Recommended for guests 10 and over, it is set to be the scariest of the attractions and will carry an additional charge for entry, although exact pricing is yet to be confirmed.
For those who want a more fun type of scare, the second new attraction will be Trick or Treat Wood. Giving guests a choice of two different paths past the bewitching tree, they can choose to head towards a tempting treat, or troublesome trick. Along the way guests will be guided by characters including goblins and fairies Trick and Treat.
As in previous years, the Resort will stay open until 8pm every day, providing the perfect opportunity to experience rides in the dark. It has not yet been confirmed if the shows which featured in 2014 will return to Market Square for another year.
Are you looking forward to Howl’o’ween at Chessington World of Adventures Resort? What do you think to the new line up for 2015’s event? Have your say over on the TowersTimes and SouthParks Forum. As the Resort’s reveal their plans for Halloween, SouthParks will keep you up to date with all the latest details
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