Thorpe Park Resort has become the “home of fear” this Halloween as FRIGHT NIGHTS 2019 got underway last night with a special VIP and media preview. With five scare mazes, an escape room experience, and a “shocking Halloween Show”, there is no shortage of frightful experiences. SouthParks was invited to experience everything
Full details have been revealed by Thorpe Park Resort for Fright Nights 2019 which will see the island become “The Home of Fear”. With a brand-new scare maze debuting, alongside the return of some past attractions, SouthParks examines all the details for 2019’s event. New for 2019 is Creek Freak
Thorpe Park Resort celebrated a major milestone this weekend with the Island reaching its 40th birthday on Friday 24th May. To mark the occasion, the Island hosted a long weekend of celebrations including the launch of their newest attraction for the summer – BounceZilla! SouthParks visited the Island to experience the celebrations.
This weekend (12th May), Thorpe Park Resort opened the doors to their newest escape room experience, Jungle Escape, for an invited group to preview the Island’s newest addition. SouthParks were amongst those invited to try and escape the Jungle Arena. Located near Nemesis Inferno, in the building which used to
Thorpe Park Resort has received two nominations for the ScareCON SCAR awards, the annual event which champions and recognises all aspects of the scare industry – from year-round scare attractions to Halloween events. In the nominations for the 12th annual awards, which were revealed last night by ScareCON, the Resort
Saturday 23rd March saw Thorpe Park Resort open its gates for the first time in 2019 for the Pre-Season Preview day for Thorpe Park and Merlin Annual Passholders. SouthParks paid a visit to look at the changes and additions for 2019. With tickets for the day running out quickly, we
Following a series of cryptic teasers on their social media channels, Thorpe Park Resort have announced ‘A season of experiences like no other’ for 2019. Starting from 6th April, the Island will host a series of events and experiences throughout 2019. First to arrive at the Resort will be GAME
Thorpe Park Resort have announced that Logger's Leap, the Resort’s log flume and one of the oldest rides in the theme park, has been officially retired and will not re-open. The announcement, made via the Resort’s social media channels, confirms what has been widely rumoured for some time among the