- Seven days of hauntingly good fun for all the family
- Enjoy spookily good kids’ Halloween-themed activities
- Test your nerve on Dreamland’s new rides
20th September 2018: Get Spooked is back at Dreamland Margate this October half-term, with seven days of frightfully good fun by the sea for families to enjoy at the award-winning amusement park. Get Spooked in a slippery slime factory, put your craft skills to use in a Halloween-themed costume workshop, get jumpy in a spooky games arena or lost in a puzzle hedge maze.
There will also be a character appearance from children’s TV superhero favourites, PJ Masks on Wednesday 24 October.
Get Spooked takes place between 12-4pm on:
- Saturday 20 October
- Sunday 21 October
- Wednesday 24 October
- Thursday 25 October
- Friday 26 October
- Saturday 27 October
- Sunday 28 October
Please note the amusement park will be closed on Monday 22 and Tuesday 23 October. Indoor areas including the vintage arcade, roller disco and children’s soft play area, the Octopus’s Garden, will be open daily.
As well as a host of fun and entertainment, there are Dreamland’s new rides to enjoy, as well as the much-loved Dreamland Ark, where animal lovers can enjoy a special creepy crawlies experience as they climb aboard to meet spiders, reptiles and much more.
Jess du Preez, Event Producer at Dreamland comments: “Families looking for fun this half-term should head to Dreamland to enjoy a whole host of Halloween-themed activities. Those brave enough can try out our thrilling new rides too, so visitors can experience an action-packed day out! There’s seven days of family fun at Get Spooked, or seven nights of fear at our scare festival, Screamland, for those who dare!”
More information can be found at www.dreamland.co.uk
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One of the oldest surviving amusement parks in the UK, Dreamland Margate is a world-class visitor attraction offering all the fun of a festival for the whole family. Located opposite the golden sands of rejuvenated Margate, visitors to Dreamland can enjoy vintage, family and thrill rides, pop-up entertainment, live music and art installations, alongside eclectic bars and street food.
Since re-opening in 2017 after significant investment, Dreamland has continued to deliver fun experiences with a twist of the unexpected, from hosting 15,000 people at the Demon Dayz music festival featuring Gorillaz to opening a range of exciting new rides throughout the 2018 season. Dreamland was also voted Runner-Up for Best Family Theme Park at the 2017 Family Traveller Awards. With fast road and rail links, you can visit Dreamland Margate in less than 90 minutes from London.