Pleasurewood Hills has revealed pricing details for its Pleasurewood Chills Halloween events, which will feature a budget some ten times larger than those of previous years.
Basic Pleasurewood Chills tickets will cost £13.50 for all age groups, with children under 1 metre able to enter for free. This provides access to a variety of shows and attractions, although admission to the new HoBs PiT X-Scream, Satan's Circus Scare Maze and Horror Express will require an additional "Terror Ticket" priced at £5.
The park will be closed on weekdays from September 3, opening only on weekends until the October half-term school holidays. The Pleasurewood Chills events will run from Saturday, October 26 to November 3.
The attractions on offer during the Pleasurewood Chills events will include:
Tales of the Haunted Coast - a Halloween overlay for the Tales of the Coast boat ride will see live scare actors bringing to life the darker side of East Anglia's heritage and history.
HoBs PiT: X-SCREAM - a makeover for the critically acclaimed new Hobs Pit attraction will include new content, additional scare actors and "more frights than ever before".
Satan's Circus Scare Maze - an all-new scare maze located in the Laser Labyrinth building.
Spooky Storytellers - wandering characters will perform "spooky skits" throughout the day.
Terror Express - the train carriage located at the heart of the park will host another small scare maze.
Hopton Ghosthunters - spiritual mediums will lead guests in a "real ghost investigation".
Family pumpkin carving - families will be able to create their own souvenir pumpkin.
Fancy dress competition - a contest will be held every day, with prizes for all age groups.
Firework Spectacular - the final night of the season (November 3) will host a special pyrotechnics display.
Pleasurewood Hills will be open until 6pm every day during the Halloween events. Rides will start to close from 4pm, although the Halloween attractions will remain open for a further "Witching Hour" from 5-6pm.
General Manager Alexis Camelin said of the upcoming Halloween events: "We're aiming to become the premier attraction to visit at Halloween this year. We have decided to give our customers even more to shout and scream about in 2013 – this includes dropping standard entry to just £13.50 over the period."
The park recently hosted 4,000 guests for the first time in 5 years, as its turnaround continues. Camelin is pleased with its progress: "Feedback this season has been very positive, telling us that the recent investment into the park has paid off – we are continuing that trend with this all-new Halloween event".