Thorpe Park News
Experience an all new terrifying destination on board Derren Brown’s Ghost Train: Rise of the Demon.
Take your one way ticket on a horrifying journey along the unpredictable tracks as you venture deeper and darker into the chilling depths of the unknown.
Unleashed from the dark are unseen characters, thrilling physical effects and more intense live action.
Are you brave enough to come face to face with Derren’s deepest, darkest thoughts?
Thorpe Park celebrates 15 years of Fright Nights in 2016, and we were invited to a special event on 6th October to preview this year's lineup. The new addition Platform 15 joins many returning classics, some with new scenes or improvements.
SPOILER WARNING: our review does contain spoilers, so if you want your experience to be a complete surprise don't read on...
Following a long delay of two months, Derren Brown’s Ghost Train is now open at Thorpe Park.
The new attraction at Thorpe Park is a world's first, one-of-a-kind multi-sensory theme park experience, like nothing you have ever seen before. Re-invented for the 21st century, this unique new ride will blow your mind!
Thorpe Park has revealed that there will be a brand new experience at Fright Nights in 2016, with the introduction of scare maze Platform 15.
Get ready for the ultimate Halloween at Thorpe Park on the 7th-9th, 14th-16th and 21st-31st October 2016 with the return of The Cabin in the Woods, The Blair Witch Project, SAW Alive, The Big Top and Containment plus the new addition.
Derren Brown’s Ghost Train is running late, not due to leaves on the line, but while final tweaks are made to the remaining elements to get things absolutely perfect.
The new attraction at Thorpe Park will be a world's first, one-of-a-kind multi-sensory theme park experience. It was due to open on 6th May, which was changed to the end of May, but it is now delayed indefinitely.