Work on Creek Woods Sawmill at Thorpe Park is progressing fast! Large sections of the old queue line for Loggers Leap have been removed and the new roof over the canopy section of the queue appears to be finished.
2019’s Fright Nights line up has been partially revealed on the Thorpe Park website. 6 mazes will be returning for this years event along with two brand new live action horror experiences. Plus something else yet to be revealed.
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New artwork for Fright Nights has been released over the past few days on Thorpe Parks social media channels. A quick summary of all of the teasers uploaded: Theres a new Fright Nights logo, event promotion artwork and the event is now branded as “Fright Nights The home Of Fear”
Work on Fright Nights 2019 has begun around Thorpe Park Resort. Nothing is currently known about this years event, however the logo for Fright Nights has changed compared to previous years.
Launched during May 2019, Thorpe Park has expanded its line up to include an all year escape room. Similar to Containment as seen at Fright Nights, but with a different theme and location.
On Friday 24th May 2019, Thorpe Park Resort celebrated its 40th Anniversary. Founded in 1979 the park has grown from being a small park with no rides and attractions to being home to the UK’s tallest and fastest rollercoaster.
After a year of the Thorpe Park only annual pass being run a new version has been launched today. Thorpe Park Premium pass introduces features seen in the Merlin Pass’ such as discounts in shops and food units, free parking, exclusive invites to Pass holder Previews and many more.
Since being installed in 2009, the Saw The Ride entrance plaza sign has never received a lot of TLC. Previously at Fright Nights, the lamps above the sign would be turned on in a flickers mode to make the place look and feel a bit more creepy.
Now open at Thorpe Park, Jungle Escape is the parks take on an escape room. Open from 13th May till 27th September Jungle Escape is based in the building previously occupied by The Asylum and I'm A Celeb.
Merchandise for Thorpe Park’s 40th anniversary has been released in the Mega Store and shop in The Dome. Consisting of an old logo pin badge, hoodie, T-Shirt, mug and lanyard all items are limited edition.