Creepy Caves Unearthed at Chessington

New for 2017 at Chessington Howl'o'ween and with a 'three bat rating’, Creepy Caves Unearthed is said to be the scariest attraction yet.

Room on the Broom Spooky Story Time will also join the lineup in 2017, alongside the return of Curse of the Lost Tomb and Trick or Treat Wood.

Chessington World of Adventures will be open until late 20th-31st October 2017. As the sun goes down, the eerie, the spooky and the creepy come out to play this Halloween. A spine-chilling week filled with thrills, howls and half term family fun awaits the bravest of guests, with jumps, goosebumps and rides in the dark.

Creepy Caves Unearthed: No one knows why the famous reptile and creepy crawly exhibit in the Zoo closed its doors at the end of 2016… until now. Secret Agents will lead you through the quarantined attraction for your exclusive look at the newly discovered plant species, found in the snake enclosure. But, with Zoo Keepers missing and strange things happening, who knows what powerful properties might be unearthed.

Please note, you will require a valid entrance ticket in addition to your Creepy Caves Unearthed ticket. Annual Passholders will need to present their valid Annual Pass when collecting their Creepy Caves Unearthed tickets. Standard Admission £6. Annual Passholders £4.80

Room on the Broom Spooky Story Time: Young Adventurers can enjoy a spooky storytelling with characters from Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler’s much loved story. Meet the witch with ‘a very tall hat’ and find out if there is room for you and your family on her ‘truly magnificent broom’!

Curse of the Lost Tomb: In the Curse of the Lost Tomb maze, explorers are encouraged to delve into the secret lost tomb of Genghis Khan. Will all be revealed, or will the cursed tomb claim those who dare to enter?

Trick or Treat Wood: For those who prefer their scares a little sweeter. Younger Adventurers must choose which path they'd like to take past the bewitching tree - will it be a tempting treat or a troublesome trick? Enchanted fairies and ghostly goblins will guide little explorers on their way, with plenty of tricks and treats suitable for families of all ages.

Fancy Dress Competition: Make sure your little Adventurers are pulling out all the stops with their fancy dress and they could win a prize in the fancy dress competition.

Rides in the Dark: You can take a flight of fright on Vampire to soar through the trees of the Wild Wood, enjoy Dragon’s Fury’s spectacular spin underneath the stars, or incur the wrath of Rameses’ Revenge with Chessington’s favourite rides available to enjoy under the dark cloak of night. With over 40 rides and attractions, Chessington offers a world of excitement for the whole family to enjoy this Halloween.

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