As October looms Psycho Path Durham brings a haunting like no other to the North East. Off the back of last year’s success, the team behind the seriously scary fright night 700 Acres Ltd are certainly bringing scary back. This time with even more terror.
With murderous madmen, a chainsaw massacre and even killer clowns lined up for this year’s scariest event it’s not one to be missed.
Immerse yourself in an interactive fright night. That will bring fear and terror as Psycho Path once again takes over Lintz Hall Farm in Burnopfield from 11th to 31st October. If you’re looking for an evening of sheer trauma then you’ll certainly want to book your tickets fast. As last year was a complete sell-out. This October sees Psycho Path coming back even bigger and better with new attractions.
With brand new attractions within the Fearground. Which is set to make blood pressures rise and the introduction of iScream. A clown maze and scary freak show. Where visitors will need to survive by getting through the crazy characters and the horrors ahead.
Also introducing Anarchy Arcade this year. Which offers a wide range of entertainment every night including aerial artists, magicians, fire breathers alongside fairground rides and a range of street food and drinks vendors.
As you begin your Psycho Path experience you’ll find yourself bundled into blacked-out vans for a bumpy ride into woodland. Where you’ll face abandoned shipping containers, burning barrels and a whole lot of menacing inhabitants.
Tickets for Psycho Path start at £25 and those aged 13 to 16 must be accompanied by an adult.
Psycho Path for Little Ones
If you’re not so brave. Or if you have little ones Psycho Path has also partnered with Metro Radio and Gateshead College to host the Family Frightfest. This is a separate attraction and includes pumpkin carving, spooky stories, stage shows, a fun scare maze and prizes. It’s suitable for all ages.
The Family Frightfest takes place on 19th, 20th, 26th, 27th and 31st October between 11am and 4:30pm. Tickets are priced at £7 for children, £10 for adults and a family pass (2 adults and 2 children) is priced at £29.
For more information or to buy tickets for the event, visit www.psycho-path.co.uk.