As the sun goes down, the eerie, the spooky and the creepy come out to play at Howl’o’ween at Chessington World of Adventures. Running from 12th October till 3rd November the park is open from 10 am till 7 pm on selected days.
With hair-raising fun for all the family, untangle the web of lies with the launch of our brand new attraction, Spyders, plus the return of award-winning Creepy Caves Unearthed - Chessington’s scariest attraction yet.
Howl’o’ween also sees the return of Trick or Treat Wood and the Haunted Howl’o’ween Live Show, as well as rides in the dark. There’s also a series of spooky animal shows and a daily fancy dress competition.
New for 2019 - Spyders
Something creepy is crawling into Chessington Howl’o’ween, with the launch of brand new attraction Spyders.
You and your family must work with the S.A.S (Secret Arachnid Service) to help infiltrate the infestation of ‘gigantula’ spiders who are causing mayhem at the Theme Park. With eight legs and eight eyes it is going to take the stealthiest of spies to surpass these spiders. However, not is all as it seems.
Creepy Caves Unearthed
2019 saw the return of Creepy Caves Unearthed, winner of Best Original Concept and Design at the 2018 Scare Awards and Chessington’s scariest attraction to date.
No one knows why the famous reptile and creepy crawly exhibit in the Zoo closed its doors… until now. Secret Agents will lead you through the quarantined attraction for your exclusive look at the newly discovered plant species, found in the snake enclosure. But, with Zoo Keepers missing and strange things happening, who knows what powerful properties might be unearthed. Chessington has issued one warning, ‘enter at your own risk’.
Haunted Howl’o’ween Live Show
Join in the monster boogie at the Haunted Howl’o’ween Live Show. Dance with werewolves, jive with ghouls and waltz with witches in this toe tapping spooktacular, where creepy creatures from the world of Howl’o’ween let the beat take over.
The whole family can get involved in the spooky spectacle, which will be casting its spell to have all monsters, big and small, joining in the musical thrill.
Trick or Treat Wood
For those who prefer their scares a little sweeter, Trick or Treat Wood is the perfect choice.
Younger adventurers must choose which path they'd like to take past the bewitching tree - will it be a tempting treat or a troublesome trick? Enchanted fairies and ghostly goblins will guide little explorers on their way, with plenty of tricks and treats suitable for families of all ages.
Rides in the dark
You can take a flight of fright on Vampire to soar through the trees of Wild Woods, enjoy Dragon’s Fury’s spectacular spin underneath the stars, or incur the wrath of Rameses’ Revenge one last time with Chessington’s favourite theme park rides available to enjoy under the dark cloak of night.
Creepy Caves After Dark
For an extra £1o per person, brave guests can experience a more intense version of the Creepy Caves Halloween attraction. Operating after the park shuts for the day the maze is more intense and scary. Aimed at older guests visiting the park we highly recommend booking this if you like more intense mazes like the ones found at Thorpe Park.