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Top 7 FRIGHT NIGHTS Hacks

  • Tuesday October 10th 2017
  • Jordan

Billy doll from SAW laying on SAW rollercoaster track

FRIGHT NIGHTS has well and truly returned and a dark cloud has appeared over the Island as we’re invaded by the global television phenomenon The Walking Dead. So, grab your survivor kit because us Islanders need to stick together if we’re going to survive the night. After 16 years of being in the FRIGHT NIGHTS game, we know the ins and outs of how to get the most screams out of your visit with us. So have a read through, familiarise yourself with the basics and GOOD LUCK!

 

Prepare for FEAR

Book your tickets and print them at home before you arrive to the Island Like No Other and beat the ticket queue! We like to think of it as a free fast track for admissions – let’s be honest who doesn’t want to be one of the first in a ride queue line.

 

Arrive early

We understand 12 hours is a long day, but trust us - when the mazes open at 3PM you’ll be surprised by how quickly the time has gone! We advise to come as early as you can so you can make the most out of your thrills. The park will open at 10AM with the carpark opening at 9AM.

 

Strut your stuff

Just because we don’t allow masks that cover your face fully, doesn’t mean we don’t want to see you looking your scariest! Grab the squad, choose your theme. FRIGHT NIGHTS only comes by for a limited time once a year so what better way to show off your squad goals?!

 

The brave go first

Don’t be the one in your group to shy away. Lead your group through our gruesome horror mazes; this is the position for the best scares! Breathe in and out, and shake off those nerves because you are about to experience the most terrifying position in the FRIGHT NIGHTS horror mazes.

 

Time schedule

When planning your day, be aware that the mazes begin to get their scare on at 3PM, meaning that the lines for the rides will begin to decrease and the maze queues will begin to increase. If you can, we recommend attempting to hold back that bravery and make the most of the magical hour from 3PM-4PM and ride hop.

 

It’s only a theme park… it’s only a theme park…

We can guarantee you’re going to have a pretty terrifying time within the mazes, but don’t worry - you got this!  If it does push you to the edge however, just take a breather and whisper to yourself: it’s only a theme park, it’s only a theme park…

 

Cheeky secret

No one wants to get lost in the crowd heading out! Even though the park closes at 10PM, a lot of our more scared guest tend to start leaving around 9PM. Which means that those of you brave enough to remain on the Island after dark will be able to take advantage of the shorter queues towards the end of the night. Which can mean only one thing – re-rides in the dark!

 

Until next time Islanders,

Jordan

Official THORPE PARK Resort Blogger

Latest information regarding Coronavirus

Further to recent updates from the Government on the response to the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak, we have taken the very difficult decision to close Thorpe Park Resort until further notice.

Have a short break booked when the Resort is closed?
Following the latest Government guidelines (issued on 10th May), and given the continued uncertainty about when we will be able to reopen, we are now asking guests with short breaks booked between 1st June up to and including 3rd July to move your booking free of charge (subject to availability). Please visit the Manage My Booking site to rearrange your booking.

Have a Park ticket pre-booked when the Resort is closed?
If you have booked a ticket to visit Thorpe Park Resort during the closure period your ticket will be valid for use on any date during the 2020 season (excluding FRIGHT NIGHTS and pre-advertised closed dates as outlined on our website). Further information for guests with pre-booked and promotional tickets will be published on our website prior to opening.

We are determined to be here for you, your friends and your family offering otherworldly thrills and helping you create fantastic memories as we have done for decades and will continue to do for many more.

We’ll be sharing our full plans soon. In the meantime, please keep smiling, clapping and supporting each other. See you soon!

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