Have you planned in any Halloween outings yet? Twycross Zoo has a weekend of horror nights sure as you take a treacherous trail through the wild.
Nominated for Best New Scare Attraction 2020 by Scare Con, Twycross Zoo’s exclusive, evening scare event returns with a new route and new scares to terrify its visitors of the true Horrors of the Wild.
Back by popular demand, this unique scare experience raises awareness of some of the main threats that millions of species across the world face today. Poaching, the illegal bush meat trade and deforestation are just some of the global issues that are brought to life by gruesome beings, perilous poachers, bushmeat butchers and woodsmen, all hidden around the 100-acre pitch-black zoo.
Not for the faint-hearted, Twycross Zoo’s visitors will need make their way along a treacherous trail full of terrifying noises and spine-chilling scares, and as darkness falls over the zoo visitors will be left to fend for themselves with nothing but torch-light!
Limited tickets available at selected times from 6pm on Friday 29, Saturday 30 and Sunday 31 October. Food and drink will also be available on site. Entry starts from only £20 per person*, book online at www.twycrosszoo.org/horrors-of-the-wild/
Horrors of the Wild is not suitable for those under 12 years old, but there will be plenty of family friendly Halloween fun as part of their Boo at the Zoo events over half term.