Hallowe'en at Warwick Castle - win a family ticket
Read on if you dare for your chance to win a family day pass for five people and experience Warwick Castle’s eerie Hallowe’en. The Haunted Castle has been carefully pieced together to ensure Hallowe’en fun for all ages and fear factors. By day, you can enjoy light-hearted fun as peculiar characters tell spellbinding stories to guests of all ages, while a scarier ambience emerges as darkness falls with actor-led and special effects-rich experiences on select evenings.
Three new spook-tacular attractions are being launched for Hallowe’en 2019 to thrill all the family. While youngsters will enjoy convincing the snooty butler in the Junior Ghost Hunt that he’s not alone, fans of Most Haunted can experience the spine-tingling thrill of joining the paranormal encounters team as they film a live ghost hunt in the depths of the castle.
Meanwhile, the very bravest can head out to the Haunted Castle after dark to pit their survival skills against the terrifying army of the dead. Travel through the castle to make your escape and (hopefully!) live until
sunrise in the Dead of Knight scare maze.
Other daytime attractions, which are suitable even for young children, include helping the witches discover the secret to eternal youth in the Witches Tower, weaving through the Haunted Hollows woodland trail and joining a host of bizarre characters for fun, games and spooky shows at Dead Centre Stage.
To be in with a chance of winning the pass, answer the following question:
How many new attractions can be found at Warwick Castle this Hallowe’en?
Answers, along with your contact details, should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 11. Usual competition rules apply.
Find out more and book tickets at warwick-castle.com/halloween.
Terms and conditions: The prize of a family day pass to Warwick Castle allows day entry for up to five people between October 19 and November 3, 2019. Travel, car parking, food and drink, and Castle Dungeon experience are not included. Prize is subject to availability, non-transferable and cannot be redeemed for cash.
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