Howl’O’ween 2020 Lineup Revealed
September 10th 2020
Howl’O’ween 2020 Lineup Revealed. Chessington World of Adventures Resort has today updated its website to reveal this year’s Howl’O’ween lineup. Originally thought to be running a much more scaled-back event this season, due to the pandemic. Chessington has revealed there will be two new spooky attractions this season, as well as a few other surprises!
Creepy Caves: Resurgence
The award-winning scare attraction returns for another year, with a terrifying new ‘root’ for 2020. Brave Creepy Caves: Resurgence and journey deeper into the dark caverns. Experience the twisted next chapter of what lies beneath. But be warned, only the most fearless adventurers should enter! Additional entry ticket required – £5 per person and pre-booking recommended.
The Forgotten Forest
In a change to the lineup for 2020, replacing Trick or Treat Woods is The Forgotten Forest. With no live actors, this walkthrough attraction is new for this year. It is expected to take place through the grotto woods adjacent to the Room On The Broom attraction.
NEW for 2020, an enchanting adventure for your little pumpkins. Wander through the extraordinary world of the Forgotten Forest this Halloween and discover its quirky inhabitants hidden deep within the magical woods.
Attractions Come To Life!
Chessington’s spooky characters are breaking free this year and will be wreaking havoc around the rides! Bringing a select few attractions to life. Including around the Vampire, Tomb Blaster, Rattlesnake and in both the Rainforest and Sea Life centre! This is an exciting change to the lineup. Allowing more guests the opportunity to experience the frights and thrills of Howl’O’ween!
Rides In The Dark
As is usual at Halloween events, we get our rides in the dark! Take a ride through the colourfully lit trees around the Vampire. Or maybe you’ll find yourself spinning in a darkened frenzy on Dragon’s Fury! There’s so much to enjoy at Howl’O’ween! This year’s event looking to be a ‘fangtastic’ lineup given the current global pandemic.