Halloween horror attraction set to scare families in West Norfolk
A new scare attraction is heading to West Norfolk for Halloween this year.
Nightmares in Norfolk will be located off the A17 in Walpole Cross Keys and is aimed at those aged 13 and above.
The independent attraction has been described as “the most realistic and intense horror attraction in Norfolk” on the business’ website.
Ben McCarthy, the owner, said: “I think it’s the first experience of this kind in this area and it’s a highly themed and fun experience, based on the most famous horror movies.
“Featuring Friday The 13th, Halloween and Texas Chainsaw Massacre, I think people will love it if you’re a horror fan like ourselves.
“As for Covid-19, we are fortunate enough to have an outdoor environment where we can put in place the correct Covid guidelines and regulations including hand sanitizer and booked time slots.
“Our staff will be wearing the correct protection, we want it to be a safe but fun experience.”
The experience will be an outdoor attraction and will run from October 29-31.
The attraction will be open from 7pm to 10.30pm on Halloween and 6.4pm to 10pm on the other days.
A social media page for the business states: “Step into the live action of horror mazes of Norfolk’s most terrifying scare attraction.
“Can you find your way to escape a deadly challenge as you and your crew will have to face fear first to escape?”
Tickets are available via the business website where visitors can book a day and time slot for their visit.
This website can be found by searching https://www.nightmareinnorfolk.com/
The website page has been created by Charlie Roaf, who studied at the College of West Anglia and who has teamed up with Mr McCarthy for the venture.