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Pumpkin Hollow at Hatton


Spooky Pumpkin Hollow. Photo courtesy of Hatton Country World.


It will be Halloween before you know it. And there’s a brand-new scary experience for adults at Hatton Country World this October. Pumpkin Hollow will take place over five nights on 7, 14, 21, 28 and 31 October from 6pm – 10pm.


Visitors to this spooky evening will have to weave through the creepy cabins where live actors will be lurking as they make their way to the Pumpkin field to pick their choice of pumpkins in the dark to take home.


In addition, adults can also watch a choice of classic horror films at the Drive-in Cinema experience, which can be added on or booked as a separate activity. There will be two movie screenings shown on each date during the 5 nights, one at 6:30pm and one at 9:30pm. The films will include Saw, Friday 13th, Hocus Pocus, Scream, Rocky Horror, Beetle Juice, The Addams Family, Nightmare on Elm Street, Ghostbusters, and Final Destination.




Pumpkin Hollow Drive in Cinema. Photo courtesy of Hatton Country World.


There will also be live music as well as the Bewitching Bar selling alcoholic drinks and street food selling fish and chips plus other snacks including toasted marshmallows. Although children are admitted, this event is primarily aimed at adults, and it is not recommended to bring young children along to this event. Those of a nervous disposition are advised to take the alternative route to the Pumpkin field bypassing the creepy cabins.


Johnnie Arkwright, owner of Hatton Country World, said, “We’re delighted to host this brand new and alternative ‘Autumn Night Out’ where you can pick and buy pumpkins by moonlight, watch a classic horror movie, listen to live music, and enjoy a drink and street food with friends. This is Halloween on a whole different level, whatever you have planned this spooky season, this should be top of your list!”


Pumpkin picking. Photo courtesy of Hatton Country World.


There will be plenty of opportunities around Pumpkin Hollow to take selfies and capture unforgettable memories and frightful moments.


Tickets are available online priced at just £5 each or £6 on the gate. Once the pumpkins have been picked, the till team will use size rings to determine the price which will range from 50p to £10. Tickets for the Drive-in Cinema are £29.95 per car with no access to Pumpkin Hollow or £39.95 per car which includes 4 passes to Pumpkin Hollow. Wellington boots are highly recommended, along with waterproofs and warm clothing.


Dogs are welcome but must be kept on a lead and are not allowed on the Creepy Cabin walk through but must use the alternative path to the Pumpkin Field.


Hatton Adventure World is open every day throughout the year (excluding Christmas Day and Boxing Day) from 10am to 5.30pm. For more information, please visit the website at www.hattonworld.com/adventure-world or telephone 01926 843411.


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