How much does it cost?
Standard Tickets are £20 per person
VIP Tickets are £40 per person
What does the VIP ticket include?
VIP Tickets include a drink (choice of alcoholic or not) at our in-trail bar, access to the VIP seating area and a Scare City Experience branded gift!
Are tickets transferable or refundable?
Tickets are non-refundable, they may be transferred to an alternative date/time subject to availability and giving 14 days' notice.
When should I arrive?
Arriving 30 minutes before your allocated entry time will give you time to park and attend registration. You must arrive at registration together with everyone booked in your group. Your ticket will only be valid for you and your group as long as you are together when entering the scare trail. Please do not attend registration separately.
What if I am running late?
We ask all visitors to arrive at least 30 minutes before their allocated entry time. Allocated time slots must be strictly observed to ensure the visitor flow and capacities are observed. If you arrive later than your allocated time slot we will endeavour to adjust your entry time (subject to availability).
How long is the experience?
Please allow at least 2 hours for your visit.
Arriving 30 minutes before your allocated entry time will give you time to park and attend registration. The scare trail is over 2 kilometres long, it will take approximately 90 minutes including some time for optional refreshments at the halfway point.
What if it rains?
The Scare City experience is an outdoor event with some indoor elements. The show will go on regardless of the weather so wrap up warm, bring an umbrella and be prepared for an amazing night!
Are food and drink available?
Yes! There will be food, soft drinks and alcoholic beverages available to purchase at both the Scare Village and mid-way through the experience. Alcohol sales will be strictly controlled, and a challenge 25 policy will be in place.
Are the actors allowed to make physical contact with me?
No, the event is contact free. We can't however rule out some extremely close encounters with our scare park inhabitants, be warned! Likewise, visitors are not permitted to make physical contact with the actors, any occurrence may result in removal from the venue.
Is there an age restriction?
All visitors must be 16 years and over. Children under 16 years will not gain entry to the event, (even if accompanied by a responsible adult). Visitors may be asked for photographic I.D to prove their age.
What about coronavirus?
The event is largely outdoor. Facemasks and clear covid tests are not required for entry. However, toilet facilities will be cleaned regularly with sanitiser available. Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell.
Are there any other entry restrictions?
The Scare City Experience is a live-action, immersive scare event. You will experience intense audio & lighting, extreme low visibility, strobe lights, fog, damp or wet conditions and a physically demanding environment. It is not recommended for people with limited mobility, light-sensitive reactions, heart or respiratory conditions, back/muscle/skeletal conditions or if you are pregnant.
The Scare City Experience is set in an abandoned theme park. Due to the existing topography of the venue, the scare trail consists of undulating surfaces, steps and narrow passageways. Whilst the trail itself is not accessible to wheelchairs or persons with limited mobility including frames and crutches. Everyone is welcome to join us in the main Scare Village (at the entrance) which is free to access and will feature screens with content and music, food and drink concessions, merchandise, and accessible toilet facilities.
Do I need to sign a disclaimer?
Yes, this will be issued on arrival and must be completed before entering the scare trail.
Are pets allowed?
No, pets are not allowed in any area of the event space. Assistance dogs are permitted in the fully accessible Scare Village.