Don't miss your chance to join in the frightening fun this year at Preston Park Museum and Grounds’ Halloween Spooky Walk.
Tickets are selling fast for the annual event which takes place on Thursday, October 31 – with the early walk for those under-fives almost sold out.
WHAT CAN I EXPECT AT THIS YEAR’S SPOOKY WALK?
The infamous Doctor Montgomery is working in secret to invent a cure on an unexplained viral outbreak which has spread across Stockton-on-Tees.
Councillor Jim Beall, Cabinet Member for Health, Leisure and Culture, said: “This year’s theme is a weird science spooktacular. Visitors to the park will be asked to explore the nooks and crannies of Doctor Montgomery’s laboratory as he conducts his wild and wonderful experiments.
“Beware, unexplained noises and terrifying rumours may keep even the most intrepid investigators away!”
WHERE DO I GET TICKETS?
Tickets are available now from Preston Park Museum reception (open Tuesday to Sunday) and Rediscover Stockton Shop, Stockton High Street.
Tickets are available for the following times:
3pm – 4.30pm: Suitable for children under five and those of a more sensitive nature
6pm – 7pm: For the really scary version!
7pm – 8pm: For the really scary version!
HOW MUCH ARE TICKETS?
Tickets are £4.50 per person (under fives are free but still require a ticket) and must be booked in advance. Return coach travel to the event is included with your ticket.
HOW DO I GET TO THE EVENT?
Vehicle access to Preston Park for this event is only available via the special event Ghost Coaches which are included in the cost of your ticket.
There is strictly no parking available on site within Preston Park grounds or the surrounding residential areas so it is advisable to use the Ghost Coaches to travel to and from the Halloween Spooky Walk. Pick up points are:
Myton Road, Ingleby Barwick (next to Tesco Superstore), TS17 0WA
Stockton High Street (outside the Swallow Hotel), TS18 1AQ
Yarm High Street (outside Yarm Town Hall), TS15 9AH
Billingham Town Centre (Stand D near ASDA), TS23 2DD
WHERE CAN I FIND OUT MORE?
Visit the website at www.stockton.gov.uk/halloweenwalk