Last chance to grab tickets to world’s longest outdoor horror attraction as new dates are added

Scare City Experience has got a new lease on life for 2022, and has taken over the abandoned Camelot Theme Park.

Emily Sergeant Emily Sergeant - 11th October 2022

New dates have been added for the sellout success that is the world’s longest outdoor horror attraction, and this is your last chance to grab tickets.

After having terrified the North West masses for the past two years in a row now, the hugely-popular Scare City has returned once again for 2022, but not quite as we remember – as this year, it’s got a new lease on life as a walkthrough scare attraction.


Scare City Experience has taken over the iconic Chorley-based abandoned theme park Camelot.

The Medieval-themed park was a go-to destination nearly 30 years, before it closed back in 2012, and had sadly remained out-of-use and largely derelict ever since.

That was, until events company Park N Party brought the attraction’s abandoned rides and empty footpaths back to life last year for Camelot Rises – and now, Scare City Experience has moved into the legendary site with a “blood-soaked ordeal”.


For those who’ve got the guts to enter, a trek through “nightmarish zones” awaits.

Thanks to event sponsors Swizzels Matlow, brave souls can experience the fear of the unknown by taking on a 2km walk through different zones of terror at what is the world’s longest outdoor horror experience.


Giving you “more blood for your buck” than ever before, there’s 12 distinct scare zones at this year’s event – including the Swizzels Blood Curdling Camelot Castle, the Whirlwind Woods, the Medieval Murder Zone, and more.

Terrifying live actors will deliver two-hours worth of frightening fun, so you’ll need to make sure you keep your wits about you.

Scare City is back for 2022 and has taken over the abandoned Camelot Theme Park / Credit: Park N Party

Event organisers have warned – and promised – that Scare City Experience is “not for the faint of heart”, and is only for those seeking “a festival of fear where glee and gore go hand-in-hand”.


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After the terrifying event was first announced, the original run sold out in rapid time, which is why Park N Party has now launched a handful of new dates on 26 October, and 4, 5 and 6 November – with tickets now on sale.

For those who’ve got the guts to enter, a trek through “nightmarish zones” awaits / Credit: Paul Currie

Tickets for Scare City Experience will set you back just £20 per person, or £40 for the VIP Experience – and you can grab yours here.

Featured Image – Jason Roberts (via Park N Party)