Brighton // Drusilla’s Shriek Week

If you are looking for something ghoulish to do with the kids this half term then the team at Drusilla’s have put together a spectacular week of tricks and treats for the little ones to enjoy this half term!

Running from Saturday 21st to Sunday 29th October 2017 Shriek Week is full of terrors, spooks and witches! 

Dress up and come along to enjoy some ghouls delights and spooky surroundings!


Here are just some of the things going on during Shriek Week!

Haunted Heights

Venture through the creepy cobwebbed corridors of Haunted Heights into the terror-tory of sin sisters, Hocus & Pocus as they play hide and shriek with the unsuspecting public!

Haunted Heights towers high above the skyline of Drusillas but deep at the heart of the derelict castle lies a ghostly secret. Thrill seekers are invited to knock on the trap door and discover the spook-tacular surprise within. Will you dare to get into the spirit of things?

Mummy Mayhem

Halloween Mummy_1.jpgMissing from the tomb of Eden’s Eye, an ancient Mummy has been seen wandering through the shadowy pathways of the twisted terror maze. Enter through the old temple ruins and unravel the mystery within…but take heed you don’t come to a dead end!

Creepy Crawly Encounters

Scuttle along to the Discovery Centre for some creepy crawly encounters throughout the week and meet some amazing mini monsters.The Discovery Centre, open between 10.30am and 4.30pm, will be swarming with weird insects, slimy molluscs, scary spiders and experts from the zoo team will be available to answer your questions.

Scooby Doo at Drusillas Park SussexScooby-Doo – Wednesday 25th October

Crime solving Scooby-Doo will be coming to meet budding detectives at various intervals throughout the day. Come and investigate with the cowardly hero but don’t forget the Scooby snacks!

The Parlour

Fang-tastically frightening tattoos and face painting is available in the Parlour transforming little angels into witches, black cats and monsters.

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1 Comment

  1. October 22, 2017 / 10:08 am

    I’ve never been to Drusilla’s Park but I’ve often wondered about it. Don’t have any young kids to take there at the moment though.

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