Twinlakes Family Scream Park
The UK’s Best Halloween Attraction
19th October – 1st November 2013.
Twinlakes award winning Family Scream Park offers a wicked supernatural blend at Halloween… with unique family spine-tingling attractions, we have grown 20,000 FREE pumpkins for you to carve or paint with magnificent prizes, wicked workshops, meet our Marty friendly Monster ! and our forgetful Witch !! creepy competitions and trick & treat !
Screamie award winner for best seasonal attraction 2011.
Twinlakes is packed full of fangtastic Halloween surprises for the whole family ! laugh along with us as you see spine-chilling Halloween happenings in our not so scary ! scare- zones! where you might meet one of our friendly Halloween characters !
Experience eerie entertainment!! Beware of the spooky ghosts and ghouls. as they go …. BOO !!!! Encounter Creepy Critters with scuttling beetles, stinging scorpions, hairy tarantulas, scaly snakes and twisted creatures. Our friendly farm team will help you brave your fears at our daily handling sessions ! For the older boys and girls – Dare you brave the dark and deadly corners, as Dungeon Quest comes alive? New for 2013 – Marty Monsters straw bale maze a big challenge for smaller people! Interactive fun in the Haunted Black Knights Castle Hunt as Jason the Jester has a quest for King Dave… can you help him ? Plus The New Multi Sensory Eerie Express Train that takes you on a journey that will have you shouting out loud and looking for our uninvited Halloween guests, a must for the whole family ! then why not brave a ‘not so scary’ tale lies deep within the Farmhouse of Fear… clown around in curtains chaos maze ! for more information and to see what others say visit our facebook page ! 2013 delivers a day to remember this Halloween for the whole family, you wont find better in the UK.
The Best All-Weather FUN HALLOWEEN DAY OUT for the whole family ! join us …. we promise not to give you ….frightmares!’ book now and save online
*Voted UK’s Best Daytime Halloween Attraction, Scare Awards 2011.