Final preparations are underway at Thorpe Park for Fright Nights. Audio and lights have been testing for the new maze Creek Freak Massacre which appears to be almost complete with a new disabled access bridge now complete.
Its the most wonderful time of the year, no not Christmas but the last few weeks until Spooky season officially begins! Work on building the last few attractions at Fright Nights has begun.
Scarefest is due to begin in 28 days, starting on 5th October 2019 this years event sees two new attractions added. The Attic: Terror of the Towers and Darkest Depths which will be using the space previously occupied by The Welcoming in the Mutiny Bay Courtyard.
The countdown till Fright Nights begins at Thorpe Park has begun. This year sees the Fright Nights branding change and from what we currently know there will be 3 new attractions. 1 new scare maze, located inside the old Loggers Leap station, a new show and possibly a scare zone.
Alton Towers are currently trialing some features on Hex - The Legend Of The Towers. For the past few years, with the exception of Scarefest the attraction has never used live actors within the show scenes.
Legoland Windsor has applied for planning permission to build a new family rollercoaster in the Duplo Valley area. Located at the exit of Raft Racers and near Duplo Valley Airport.
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.
Alton Towers is going to be celebrating national rollercoaster day with a huge event this year!
Running on selected dates from 12th October – 3rd November 2019 Howl’o’ween is back at Chessington World Of Adventures. Creepy Caves Unearthed is returning for 2019 with a new edition called SPYDERS. Rumored to be replacing the old Lost Tomb Halloween attraction in Wild Asia.
Bounce into a new adventure this summer at Chessington World of Adventures. Running from 21st July - 2nd September 2019 the park have invested in two new attractions. One similar to Bouncezila at Thorpe Park and a huge sandpit.