Halloween at the National Forest Maize Maze!


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Halloween at the National Forest Maize Maze!

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Postern House Farm, Tatenhill
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How would you like to try a different experience at the National Forest Maize Maze? We are open for 4 frighteningly good nights at the end of October to make your Halloween celebrations a real scream!


The Field of Screams As you walk around the maze,
Be careful where you tread,
For creatures of the night roam here,
Amongst the living dead!

Bring a torch to take a walk on the wild side...

Phobia Trail

Beginning with a tractor and trailor ride, the Phobia Trail takes you on a journey to explore your worst nightmares and fears.

Also..Pumpkin Carving, Fancy Dress competitions, Giant inflatables, entertainers, food and much more!

Open 3.30pm - 10.30pm.
Main scares not suitable for young children.

Telephone: 01283 533 933
Contact name: Tom Robinson

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