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Something spooky at Robin Hill and Blackgang Chine!

Something spooky at Robin Hill and Blackgang Chine!

Celebrate spooky season at the Island’s largest tourist attractions this October!

New for 2022, Robin Hill will transform the park into an immersive journey from the land of the living to the land of the dead for their first Festival of the Dead, inspired by Día de los Muertos, on select dates from the 7th – 29th October!

Surround yourself with vibrant eruptions of light and colour inspired by the traditional Mexican celebration. Experience brand-new light installations within never seen before walkways to celebrate life in the land of the dead.

Come together with friends and family members to honour passed loved ones as you start your journey from the land of the living and pass through the veil to the other side – where the party never stops!

 

 

Dance the night away at the park’s masquerade ball featuring DJ sets and a LIVE Mariachi band under colourful Papel picado flags with street entertainment and flavours of Mexico; a must-see this October.

The fun doesn’t stop there! Blackgang Chine will see the return of their resident ghost and ghouls as the park’s spooktacular extravaganza, Frights & Sprites, takes over this October half-term for even more screams and treats!

Featuring a NEW Rumpus Mansion LIVE story, spooky discos, fancy dress competitions AND Godwin’s iconic Puppet Show; the park has everything you need for the ultimate family fun day this October!

What are you waiting for?! Put on your witch’s hat, grab your broom and fly on down to Blackgang Chine this half-term!

Want to experience all the fun this October? Grab your Joint Park Tickets now at either robin-hill.com or blackgangchine.com!

 

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