Halloween Scare Experience 2017

27TH OCTOBER 2017,

Our annual intense scare experience

Fright Nights at Pirate’s Quest: Adults Only, Evening Scare Event

Join Pirate’s Quest, Newquay for an exclusive one night only SCARE experience, on Friday 27th October 2017.

Horror fans are in for a treat as the authentic caves and coves inside Pirate’s Quest will be transformed into gruesome scenes filled with deranged, disturbed, and diseased characters, creating Newquay’s only fully immersive, walk-through SCARE experience.

Using a cast of skilled scare-actors, detailed 360 degree sets, and shocking special effects, the after-hours Halloween experience at Pirate’s Quest is guaranteed to get you screaming!

Visitors will summon their courage as they navigate their way through the dark and dank scenes, and come face to face with terrifying pirates who aren’t afraid to get up close and personal.

So don’t stay in and watch a horror movie, live the experience yourself at Pirate’s Quest!

Due to popular demand in previous years, for the first time ever groups with teens will be able to attend our Twilight Teen Terror Tours, with limited slots running from 6pm on Friday 27th before the main scare event.

With experiences set to get scarier as the night unfolds, ‘un-happy’ hour Teen tours are ideal for groups with fearless teenagers (13+) or adults not brave enough to attend later in the night.

Advanced booking is essential with scare experiences lasting approximately 45 mins.

Fright Nights include atmospheric lighting, loud noises, live performers, and theatrical smoke and water effects. Therefore is not recommended for Expectant Mothers, Epileptics, and those with Heart Disorders or a Nervous Disposition. Unfortunately the Experience is not accessible by wheelchairs.

Timeslots available from 7pm: Friday 27th, 2017.

Advance booking is strongly recommended with experiences lasting approximately 45 mins.

Book online here or call 01637 873379 to avoid horrible disappointment.

This is an ‘Adults Only’ scare event.

Fancy Dress is optional but encouraged.