Thorpe Park Resort in Surrey has announced the world’s first rollercoaster themed around the global TV phenomenon The Walking Dead.
The exclusive immersive and terrifying experience comes complete with state of the art special effects, a replica of the iconic watch tower, and will be the ultimate test of riders’ mettle.
The Walking Dead: The Ride is the latest new attraction for the Surrey based theme park and will open in Easter 2018.
As the UK’s first and only multi-sensory and multi-part rollercoaster, the experience invites thrill seekers to flee The Walking Dead in a relentless and terrifying ride for survival.
Travelling through the deepest, darkest tunnels, it will feature extensive and realistic theming to bring some of the most compelling and gruesome scenes from all seasons of The Walking Dead to life.
The rollercoaster is at the centre of THORPE PARK Resort’s Year of The Walking Dead unmissable series of events. The annual line-up includes:
The Walking Dead Living Nightmare Extreme (the live action maze at its most terrifying) available only for May Half Term (25th May – 3rd June)
Summer late night opening until 10pm (Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 26th July – 1st September)
Zombie Hunt – an extreme battle for survival in woodland on the outskirts of THORPE PARK Resort for the six weeks of summer (21st July – 3rd September)
Fright Nights – the hugely popular season returns to Thorpe Park Resort with a The Walking Dead theme (5th October – 31st October)
Further details of each of the events will be revealed nearer the time.
To celebrate The Year of The Walking Dead Thorpe Park Resort in Surrey is offering its annual pass holders a special discounted deal to celebrate its new 2018 season.
For just £49, visitors can pay for 12 months entry which allows them to return repeatedly throughout the year, saving them £6 on the adult on the day walk up price.
A visit to the Chertsey based resort, which is a firm favourite with thrill seekers from across London and the South East, would normally cost £55 on a peak day.
The pass for £49 however, allows visitors access to the resort for a year from the date of purchase. The 2018 season runs from 23rd March until 31st October.