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A Brand New Immersive Spooky Event Featuring Thrilling Rides Is Coming To Glasgow This October

Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd Alice Lorenzato-Lloyd - Staff Writer

A Brand New Immersive Spooky Event Featuring Thrilling Rides Is Coming To Glasgow This October

There will literally be twists and turns.

Autumn is gradually creeping its way in and you know it only means one thing. Halloween! To get us in the spooky mood is a brand new immersive event arriving in Glasgow from October 7 to October 31 and the organisers have unveiled a frightful line-up of rides.

Spooktacular will take place at Silverburn shopping centre, Pollok in the lead up to Halloween and will feature the likes of an epic rollercoaster, thrill rides for thrill seekers, a festival wheel with the best view of Glasgow, ‘little pumpkin’ rides and a scare maze. There will be up to 17 rides for you to choose from, all of which are included with a wristband.

Situated in the green car park at Silverburn, Spooktacular is sure to be frightfully good fun. Guests can expect thrills, spills and chills with attractions including enchanting circus performances, a terrifyingly towering roller coaster, a spooky silent disco and much more.

Rides for thrill seekers include the Crazy Mouse Coaster which will have your head in a spin, the terrifying drops and 180-degree spins are sure to set heart beats racing. You can swing amongst the ghosts, ghouls and stars on our Wave Swinger, as you glide through the air suspended above the ground.

Credit: Spooktacular

Or experience panoramic views as your whip around our Top of the World Starflyer at a death defying 60m heights. And as darkness falls across the land, the Spooktacular Ghost Train is sure to give you a fright. For those who fancy less of a fright, can enjoy the dodgems, carousel, waltzers and teacups.

Spooktacular tickets get you unlimited access to all rides for the duration of your four hour session alongside being able to explore the Scare Maze, food and drink village, photo opportunities, games and attractions. Tickets start from £12 for ‘Little Pumpkins’ and £15 for ‘Gross Grown-ups’ and you can purchase them here.

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