Camp and Furnace is hosting SCARE PROJECTS this Halloween season. SCARE PROJECTS comes to Liverpool after winning last year’s ‘Best New UK Scare Attraction’ from ScareTOUR/ScareCON.
The 11 day long project (24 October – 3 November) has something for all of the family, with day time events for little ones and an evening Scaremaze attraction, The Asylum, for the over 14s. They warn that it’s not for the faint hearted so beware!
Legend has it that Camp and Furnace has recently discovered a very old, but very active, asylum behind some sealed walls. The popular venue has managed to keep this secret from the public until now. The inmates will now be exposed to visitors of The Asylum. The spooky tour will take you around numerous installations that will be sure to “send thrilling shivers of fun down your spine.”
Evening: 14+ Scaremaze Attraction (Not for the faint hearted)
24th October – 3rd November
3 x sessions per day
6pm-8pm (Last entry strictly 6.30pm)
8pm-10pm (Last entry strictly 8.30pm)
10pm-12pm (Last entry strictly 10.30pm
For a more family friendly event, SCARE PROJECTS are holding Candy Cavern in association with Kids Cavern and Mini Madams. The family Halloween attraction will take place throughout half term (26 October – 3 November). Expect lots of games, a Halloween Themed Mini Cinema, Thriller Disco, Mask Making, Slime Making, Spooky Arts and Crafts, an Immersive Theatre Show, Dancing, Spooky Stories, Face Painting and much more! Fancy dress is of course very much encouraged and there will be plenty of food and drink available at Camp and Furnace.
26th October – 3rd November (During Half Term)
3 x 2hr Sessions per day
You can purchase your tickets at
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