Monday, 24 October 2016

Review: Halloween at Chessington World of Adventures

Want to get in the mood for Halloween?
Want to entertain your little ones during half term?
Want to have a fuss-free family day out
which will be equally fun for children and adults?

Look no more;
Chessington World of Adventures, 
the famous London adventure park, 
is ready to make this Halloween truly spectacular 
for children of all ages.

Besides, where else can one see giraffes and rhinos
alongside pumpkins and spooky scarecrows?

A Mum in London

Howl'o'ween at Chessington World of Adventures

Upon setting foot at Chessington World of Adventures, 
you can't help but get into a Halloween mood;
pumpkins, graveyards, and spider webs are everywhere,
performers dressed up as skeletons roam around,
and spooky music makes the whole experience 'out of this world'.

There are two main Howl'o'ween attractions:
the Trick-or-Treat wood,
which is suitable for children of all ages,
and the Curse of the Lost Tomb,
which is for children over 8 years.

We visited the Trick-or-Treat haunted woods
where fawns, fairies, and goblins guided us through the forest;
with the help of secret poems and magic dust we found the exit
where a much-anticipated {organic} treat awaited the children.

Needless to say, the children were delighted.

A Mum in London

For more spooky fun,
visit the Hocus Pocus Hall
{suitable for children of all ages},
and the spooky animal shows.

There is also the Hairy & Scary Show
and a fancy dress competition for children going on,
so make sure to wear your scariest costumes. 

Plus, during half-term and up until Halloween,
Chessington World of Adventures is open late every night until 8pm,
so you can make the most out of your day there.

A Mum in London

Chessington's Best Rides and Attractions

With more than 40 rides and attractions, 
a magnificent zoo with 1000 animals 
and a fantastic Sea Life Centre,
the task of prioritising what one will see and do
at Chessington World of Adventures can be a bit daunting.

To make it a bit easier for you,
here are our favourite rides and attractions there.

Kid's favourite: the Amazu one,
a fantastic treetop adventure
where we got to climb and play amongst monkeys.

Baby's favourite: the trail of the kings,
where he met tigers, lions and gorillas.

Dad's favourite: the Dragon Falls
and the thrill of plunging through the falls
on a little boat in the most amazingly exotic setting.

Mum's favourite: the Zufari is absolutely brilliant;
we boarded a muddy expedition jeep
and got to see rhinos, giraffes and zebras from really close.

In a nutshell: a fantastic theme park and zoo
for a really successful family day out.

Howl'o'ween at Chessington, until 31 October 2016, open daily from 10am to 8pm
Tickets from £27.60, late entry from 4pm £20

Disclosure: We received complimentary tickets. 
All views and wording my own.

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