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Stockeld park

Harrogate Road, Leeds.

LS224AN

01937 586101

office@stockeldpark.co.uk

ATTRACTION INFORMATION :

If you are easily scared - Stay Away!

If you are Pregnant - Stay Away!

If you suffer from heart problems - Stay Away!

This event is for teens, older families & well behaved Adults!

ages 17 or under will need an adult onsite with them.

ages 15 or under will need an adult in each attraction with them.

SEE FAQ's & T&C's FOR FULL DETAILS.

If you are brave we will see you soon.

FAQ's for Victims Visitors

Opening Times & DATES

Stockeld Dark starts at 6pm and runs until 10pm.

DAILY - TUESDAY 29TH OCTOBER TO THURSDAY 31ST OCTOBER 2019.

TICKETS WILL BE SPLIT INTO TIME ZONES, YOU CAN CHOOSE WHICH TIME ZONE YOU WOULD LIKE WHEN PURCHASING online.

YOU MUST ARRIVE ONSITE WITHIN YOUR TIME ZONE AND THEN CHOOSE TO DO THE THE ATTRACTIONS YOU HAVE PAID FOR.

How do we get Tickets?

Booking online in advance is the best way to avoid disappointment. Individual tickets for each attraction will be available on the night (RIP TICKETS) and will be subject to availability.

How much does it cost?

SEE BOOKING PLATFORM

Your ticket allows you to go into each of the

attractions once during your time slot.

SHOOTING DEAD IS AN 'ADD ON' EVENT to your standard ticket.

RIP Tickets on the night?

RIP tickets are the ones you can purchase on the night. These can be used to enter each attraction once and are priced at £8.00.

a full priced ticket must have be purchased. 

How Long Will it Take?

Please allow at least one and a half hours to do all three attractions or slightly less if you are not purchasing shooting dead tickets....

This is allowing time for queueing at certain times.

Your experience may take longer than this or be shorter depending on how busy it is. arrive in plenty of time.

What gear should I wear?

Wrap up warm and be ready for a cold night. You can always take your coat off if needed! Sensible shoes or trainers are always a good idea. some walking to each attractions will be involved....possibly over uneven ground.

Can we dress up?

YES!, why not get into the spirit of Halloween by dressing up, lots of visitors do, especially on Halloween night. Please note that you will be asked to remove face masks of any kind. No weapons or replica weapons of any kind are allowed.

What if it rains?

Stockeld Parks Frightnight takes place whatever the weather - One of the three attractions is indoors but you may need to queue outdoors so dress sensibly.

Our Cafes are indoors.

CHILDREN & AGE RESTRICTIONS

We don’t feel this event is suitable for younger children under the age of 9, but it is up to you to decide. We do not enforce this rating, it is just a guide so that you know what to expect. You know your children better than us, so it is up to you to decide whether it is suitable for them. You have been warned.!

SUITABLE FOR TEENS, OLDER FAMILIES & WELL BEHAVED ADULTS

Children under 15 must be accompanied by an adult over 18 at all times.

This means you must accompany your children into the attractions.

If you don't fancy this then please arrange for another responsible adult over 18 to come with you.

Parts WILL be scary...No refunds will be offered if you decide its not for you on the night.

 ages 17 or under will need an adult onsite with them.

ages 15 or under will need an adult on/in each attraction with them.

What if I have a medical condition?

The attractions can be stressful, and we are trying to shock and scare you. We use strobe lighting in many places. There are narrow corridors to get through. You may need to bend right over, and even crawl in places. Loud noises are used within the attractions. Because of this we don’t feel it is suitable for people with the following conditions: Heart issues. Pregnancy. Epilepsy. Panic attacks. Mobility issues.
But as ever, we leave it up to you to decide! Once again you have been warned.

Disabled Access

We are sorry but we feel that this event is not suitable for people with mobility issues. Most of the attractions have tight twisting corridors to navigate & in some you have to crawl.