Safety at Spook-Fest!

Posted by on October 14th 2020

Safety at Spook-Fest!

What measures have we put in place?

We are excited that Spook-Fest has returned for another year of Halloween fun and we are ensuring that everyone's day out is just as safe as it is spook-tacular! Let's take a look at each attraction and what's in place to protect the health and safety of both our guests and employees in line with the latest government guidelines. 


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Witches of the Wilderness

Reduced visitor capacity at each witch camp
The introduction of an additional witch camp to reduce wait time 
Face masks and coverings are encouraged, but not mandatory as the attraction is outside 
Our witch team will be wearing face masks out of respect for their own, and your safety 
Performers will remain at least 3m away from the audience at all times 
Treats will be available to collect at the end of the attraction

Scarecrow Scare Maze

Que line markers to ensure social distancing is maintained 
A maximum of 6 people will be allowed to enter the maze at any one time 
We politely request that a face mask or covering should be worn in both the queue line and inside the maze 
All live actors within the maze will be wearing a face mask or covering
All touch points throughout the maze will be sanitised regularly 
One way system 
 

Piazza Stage Shows (Scare Bear Show and Tik & Tok's Terrifying Tricks) 

Seating will be socially distanced and sanitised thoroughly between shows 
We kindly ask that those enjoying the entertainment remain seated and refrain from approaching the stage 
Any volunteers chosen to go on stage is required to wear a face mask

Pop up street theatre  

We kindly ask guests to keep a safe distance from themselves and pop up street performers 
Photos, videos are selfies are welcomed, as long as a safe distance is maintained
Pop up entertainment will take place in spacious areas of the Theme Park to prevent the gathering of crowds

Collecting your pumpkin

We politely ask that guests only touch the pumpkin they wish to take home with them 
Team members will be on hand to answer your questions but will not be able to handle pumpkins of the behalf of guests

Don't forget that we have a range of measures in place park wide since our reopening in July. Click here to view all of our health & safety measures. 

We can't wait to see you all soon for a spook-tacular day out! 

Please note: The Creaky Hotel is undergoing refurbishment and will not be open for check-in's this year. Plus, due to current social distancing regulations regarding crowds and gatherings, there will be no firework displays.

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