The most talked about Halloween scream park is back for 2021; bigger, louder, and scarier than ever. Yorkshires Premier Halloween event is opening once again through selected dates this October, so grab your tickets now for the fright of your life!

Visiting Doncaster Fear Factory this Halloween season will transport you into a nightmare world of a dystopian future where horrors await you around every corner. For years we have been destroying Mother Earth, this scare season, she is fighting back.

Step into Eden, once a community of peace loving, likeminded people intent on living off grid and saving the planet but things have taken a very sinister turn. No longer a place of tranquil beauty, Eden has been ravaged into an apocalyptic fear fest. Make your way through the dark forest and be prepared to be hunted down by creatures beyond your worse night terrors.

If you survive Eden, then take a step inside Y.A.N.A, a super-secret government facility where mind bending experiments have taken place. What happened inside those dark foreboding walls is coming to get you!

Finally, if you have the nerve, get ready to go deep underground inside the Chasm. A subterranean void inhabited by creatures that have laid dormant for millennia but are now very definitely awake and on the hunt for blood.

If that wasn’t enough, Doncaster Fear Factory also has 2 scare zones for you to make your way through, food & drink and roaming characters to keep you entertained for hours on end. We also have a special over 18’s event where a live DJ will have you dancing into the early hours of Halloween itself. Grab your mates, pluck up the courage, and book your tickets now to the greatest Halloween extravaganza Yorkshire has to offer.
What are your opening times?
The park opens as 5pm and closes by 11pm. Our scare attractions open at 5:30pm, however, it is recommended to experience our attractions when it is dark outside.
When booking you will choose your date and half hour entry timeslot, you must enter the park during your selected timeslot, but once inside you can stay as long as you want, up until the park closes.

How much do tickets cost?
Our pre-book pricing varies, please select Book Now above and select your date/time to see the ticket prices.

Is there an age limit?
We have a mimumum age limit of 13, however, parental discretion is advised. Additionally, any guest under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an appropriate adult, aged 18 or over, at all times during their visit including within the scare attractions. Photographic ID may be required.
Saturday 30th October is our After Dark event which is strictly 18 and over, challenge 25 applies.

Will the actors touch me?
The residents of Eden and the Dominions facilities may touch you, but will not harm you. You MUST NOT touch them!

Can I take photos/videos?
No cameras are allowed inside the scare attractions and mobile phones must be switched off. You are however free to take as many photos as you like when not inside a scare attraction experience.

I am disabled, can I visit?
Wheelchair users may visit our hub and scare zones, however our scare maze attractions are unsuitable for wheelchairs to navigate. Anyone with physical disabilites causing a limited mobility may also find it hard to navigate certain areas of our scare maze attractions . As part of the experience there are low ceilings, crawl tunnels, confined spaces, uneven surfaces, loud noises, dark areas, flashing/flickering lighting, strobe lighting, and atmospheric effects.

I have a medical condition, can I visit?
You should be physically fit, free of any physical ailments and must not enter if you suffer any of the follwing conditions: bad back, broken bones, claustrophobia, epilepsy, vertigo, panic attacks, anxiety, nervous disposition, or anger issues. As part of the experience there are low ceilings, crawl tunnels, confined spaces, uneven surfaces, loud noises, dark areas, flashing/flickering lighting, strobe lighting, and atmospheric effects.

I am pregnant, can I visit?
Due to the physical and psychological elements of the event, you must not enter if you are pregnant.

Can I smoke/vape in the scare park?
Due to the location of the venue smoking and vaping is strictly prohibited inside the scare park, including the entrance area.

Can I wear a costume?
Costumes are allowed, however full face masks, weapons including imitation or props are prohibited. Guests must not impersonate actors, characters or staff, and must not engage with other guests in any manor as to scare, offend or intimidate.

Is there food and drink available?
Yes, once inside the event make your way to our hub area where you will find a variety of food and drink available. Alternatively why not head to Thornhurst Manor before your visit and sample our full menu! Challenge 25 applies. Note: anyone deemed under the influence of alochol will be denied entry to the event.

Can I bring my own food and drink?
Unfortunately outside food and drink is prohibited at the event. We do however have food and drink available to purchase, see the above question.

Is there parking available?
Yes, we have a free car park available, however we ask our guests to car share where possible. Large veichles and trailers are prohibited.

Is there bus stop nearby?
There is a bus stop on the A19 just a short walk from our event, this stop is on routes: 405, 408, 409 and 412.

What is the closest train station?
The local train station is Adwick-le-Street, however there are no direct buses to our event. Alternatively Doncaster station is located at Doncaster interchange where direct bus routes are available (405/408/409/412).

Do you have accomodation available?
We do not have accomodation on site, however a number of hotels are available in the local area.

COVID-19: What safety precautions are you taking?
As per government guidance we recommend that guests wear masks indoors and social distancing is maintained where possible. We ask that guests do not visit if they have any covid related symptoms and encourage the use of lateral flow test before visiting.
We are constantly reviewing government guidance and will changes to the way we operate where possible.

COVID-19: What if the UK Government applies further restrictions or lockdown?
Depending on the type of restrictions we have a number of options available to us to allow us to operate safely. If, however, there are further periods of lockdown or restrictions that make it impossible for us to open safely for part of our event we will endeavour to transfer all bookings to alernative dates where we are able to open. If our event is cancelled a refund will issued.

Can I transfer my ticket to an another date?
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.

I've changed my mind, can I get a refund?
Tickets are non-refundable and non-transferable.
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