Edinburgh adventure park announces Halloween events with spooky days and firework evenings – Edinburgh Live

An Edinburgh adventure park has announced their Halloween series of events, with “spooky” days out for all the family and “dazzling fireworks” displays from October 14.
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An Edinburgh adventure park is bringing back their Halloween events, with "fun for all the family" this October.
Conifox Adventure Park, on the outskirts of Kirkliston, will be kicking off spooky season from October 14. Families can pick up a pumpkin to take home, enjoy themed photo backdrops, and enjoy "spectacular" fireworks displays.
There's even prizes up for grabs for the wee ones, and "enchanted creatures" hidden around the park. Also on the grounds is a funfair with axe-throwing, marshmallow toasting and face-painting.
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Ahead of the events, Conifox said: "The Halloween Fireworks kick off from Friday 20 October where the spectacular show-stopping display will leave attendees seeing stars in the beautiful autumn night skies.
"Those who like their Halloween events on the spooky side will love The Witches Labyrinth and the Dark Forest Maze, and the whole family will be entertained by the amazing flame-throwing talents of Labyrinth Circus or the Rave’N Dance Disco.
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"Professors Snotbutt and Crinklebottom will be giving lessons in the Broomstick Flying School and the Pumpkin Patch will also be open in the evenings, with pumpkins included in the ticket price.
"Kids and adults alike can take a whirl on Taylor’s of Edinburgh Funfair, try their hand at axe-throwing, marshmallow toasting or get their faces painted as a range of spooky characters for an extra cost."
Halloween fireworks are on at the park on Fridays and Saturdays from October 20 – 28, with Halloween Days on Fridays and Saturdays between October 14 – 29.
Tickets are on sale now ad can be booked here.

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Originally posted 2023-09-11 21:01:07. Republished by Blog Post Promoter