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Kids go free to Knowsley Safari this Halloween half term

KNOWSLEY Safari is offering free kids places for their Halloween adventure this half term, between October 21 and November 5.

Ghosts, ghouls, and spooky character actors will be aplenty as Knowsley Safari’s Tiger Trail is transformed into the grounds of a haunted mansion.

Visitors to Knowsley Safari across the half term holidays can follow the illuminated, multi-sensory Halloween trail complete with  character actors who will be telling spooky stories and running themed games to entertain the kids along the way. 

The trail will end with an 8x8m real hedge maze where visitors can encounter even more spooky delights around every twist and turn as they race to the heart of the maze before they plan their escape.

Stephanie Costello, Events Manager, Knowsley Safari says: “Halloween is always an exciting time for Knowsley Safari and this year we’re super-sizing our guest experience with the addition of our giant authentic maze.   

“We’ve designed the whole Tiger Trail takeover to ensure maximum spooky fun and adventure and we can’t wait to see guests’ reactions to this immersive, monstrous experience!” 

Aside from the Halloween fun along the Tiger Trail, Knowsley Safari’s residents will await visitors along the Foot Safari, home to giraffes, meerkats, and bush dogs.  Visitors can then buckle up and head along the UK’s longest safari drive, where they’ll be welcomed by Bactrian camels, white rhino, baboons, and African lions.   

The Halloween event is included with a paid admission ticket and kids are FREE when accompanied by a full-paying adult.  Tickets start from £22.50 if booking online. 

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