Manchester’s biggest new scare attraction is set to arrive at EventCity on Thursday 16th October at 7pm as Scream Park UK is launched.

The Scream Park is set to become a fortress against a zombie apocalypse as the company which brought Winter Wonderland to Manchester now has its eyes set on terrifying the public with a new Scream Park which will run until 2nd November November.

The Scream Park will give visitors 4 hours of terror as EventCity becomes a safe zone, protected by the military, in this live and interactive frightfest as the final battle for Earth commences and the zombie hoards advance. And whilst EventCity becomes a safe zone, the area immediately outside will become enclosed and occupied by free thrill rides, ghost trains and attractions, whilst food and drinks stands and games will also be available.

Tammy Silcock of Kingpin Events, the organiser of Winter Wonderland and Scream Park UK said, “We are really excited to announce SCREAMPARK UK which will be completely different from other Halloween events in the North West. Customers will feel like they are in the middle of a real life situation, the event is completely immersive, interactive and fun. Theme park rides and scare attractions also feature to give that extra wow factor. Scream Park UK is a military and zombie themed event and we strongly advise customers to STAY AWAY IF YOU ARE OF A NERVOUS OR WEAK DISPOSITION. This is not for the faint hearted. The event will be held both indoors and outdoors on a massive scale so dress for the weather.”

Tickets for Scream Park UK at EventCity are on sale now priced at £20. Sessions will run daily from 16th October to 2nd November from 7pm-11pm. Visitors must be 15+ or accompanied by a responsible adult. Tickets may be booked at or by calling 0844 815 4866.

All rides and attractions are included in the ticket price (excluding games and food stalls).

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