The #ThorpePark photo-point sign, installed by Vortex earlier this year, has had a Fright Nights makeover! With this year celebrating 20 years of the event, we've seen the sign given a Halloween makeover, with logos of past and present mazes added to the letters.
Fright Nights 2021 begins in just 3 days time and we couldn't be more excited! Over the past few weeks, we've been following the construction of all things spooky around the resort and with only a few days left, almost everything appears to be ready for guests to be spooked!
We are back with another Fright Nights update. As the event nears, so much has changed on the island and we are very excited.
Fright Nights 20 Years of Fear is just around the corner and work on constructing all of the scare zones and mazes is progressing well! Since our last visit to the park, more work has been done on the new scare zone (located outside the old Saw Alive location) The Crows of Mawkin Meadow.
Thorpe Park and Merlin Annual Pass have announced that there will be an Annual Pass Preview event for this year's FRIGHT NIGHTS 20 Years of Fear event.
FRIGHT NIGHTS Passholder Preview Event
Work on Fright Nights has ramped up at Thorpe Park Resort, with Okoterbestfest now underway, all of the parks attention can now turn to building new attractions and preparing for Fright Nights.
Thorpe Park has released Black Mirror Labyrinth merchandise, after the attraction opened on 21st May we were left wondering if the attraction would ever receive any merchandise.
New For 2021 at Fright Nights, Trailers!
A terrifying new Scare Maze Experience
Immerse yourself in a dimension of nostalgia as you take your seat and journey into a gruesome and spine-chilling collection of horror classics… but will you make it past the Trailers?
For two terrifying decades FRIGHT NIGHTS has preyed on your darkest fears and nightmares, spewing horrific creatures from their cruel domains to take over THORPE PARK Resort. This October, brace yourself as the UK’s premier award-winning Halloween event returns for a fearful celebration!
Oktoberfest is back at Thorpe Park Resort and it’s bigger than ever before!