Germany’s largest theme park is about to get a spooky makeover, with the start of its Halloween event.
From October 2 to November 7, 2021, the park’s 15 European themed areas will be devoted to the scary season. Among the many sights and attractions will be a post-apocalyptic world at ‘Horror Nights – Traumatica.’
The themed areas will come alive with an autumnal glow, with a sea of pumpkins, set aside 15,000 chrysanthemums, 6,000 corn plants and 3,000 bales of hay.
Visitors will encounter many a spooky creature roaming around the park getting up to no good. Mischievous pirates will make the voyage on the ‘Pirates in Batavia’ ride memorable, as guests embark on an adventure from Holland to Batavia.
Visitors can also look forward to a bumpy soapbox race with the ‘Madame Freudenreich Dino-Race VR’ attraction.
300 artists from around the world will also be heading to Europa-Park to join the Halloween entertainment, including ravenous vampires, dancing skeletons and creepy ice-skaters.
Since 1998, Halloween has made up a big part of Europa-Park’s events’ calendar, providing scary and magical fun for all the family.