Experience an eerily beautiful Halloween with Europa Park from 24th Sep – 6th Nov 2016!
Enjoy the perfect mix of seasonal spookiness and Halloween horror as hundreds of thousands of pumpkins, apples, corn plants, and bales of straw turn Europa-Park into an impressive Autumn landscape within which creepy creatures and ghastly ghosts await you!
Halloween at Germany’s largest amusement park is an absolute must!
A blanket of over 180,000 pumpkins covers the park landscape, whilst 3,000 bales of straw, spider trees, and ghostly illuminations ensure an extraordinarily spooky atmosphere.
In Grimms’ Enchanted Forest hoards of pumpkin imps await you and for the fourth year running we’ll be creating the popular Autumn mural – made entirely from apples!
The most elaborate display of Halloween decorations in Germany sets the perfect scene for Europa-Park’s Autumn show highlights.
Young visitors can experience a little eeriness at the Euromaus Halloween Show and the whole family can meet monsters and chilling creatures of the night in the Halloween Parade!
The biggest pumpkin in the world invites brave visitors to ride at breakneck speeds on the Pumpkin Coaster – and don’t forget to get your spooky snapshot from the photo point sponsored by Kühne.
Visitors can also immerse themselves in the 4D movie ‘The Time Carousel’, featuring Euromaus and friends, at the 4D Magic Cinema.
Perhaps a ride on the misty and mysterious Griezelkopjes, the tea cups in the Dutch themed area, sounds more like your ‘cup of tea’! Or maybe experience the Feria Swing in a totally new way – namely backwards!
Europa-Park’s award winning Horror Nights will celebrate its 10th anniversary from 23rd Sep – 5th November 2016.
This special evening event has been attracting thousands of visitors each year to Germany’s largest theme park. Six horror houses will scare and shock visitors with never-seen-before effects and elaborate scenery whilst zombies, killer clowns, and vampires will turn visitors into the stars of their very own horror films!
For more info and tickets visit www.horror-nights.de.