ARGH! Scary But Safe Adventures for the Kids this Halloween!

Phileas Fogg Horrible Mysteries

For children, Halloween is the one day in the year when they can dress up as a ghoul and receive free sweets. However, for parents knowing who they can safely trick or treat can be a source of worry.

To ensure children can enjoy the occasion, and ease the minds of parents, Phileas Fogg’s World of Adventures in Brighton is hosting three special, family friendly, Halloween activities through its series of four-dimensional themed sets.

Trick – have a frightening tour of dark and smoky Victorian London. The 30-minute experience is a spooky, gruesome and ghoulish walk through the capital’s streets. Suitable for children from eight years old it costs £12.50 per person.

Treat – Travel from Japan, on-board a ship, take a stint in jail,visit the wild west, travel through a vortex and end in the royal thrown room finding treats along the way. Suitable for children age three up, the experience lasts 40 minutes and costs £12.50 per person.

Phileas Fogg Horrible Mysteries

Horrible Mysteries – Board a train and take a trip through Venice, Egypt, the jungle and on to India. On the trip people will touch and smell the world of mysteries and learn fun grue some facts from a plague doctor in Venice through to a mummification in an Egyptian tomb. The attraction is suitable for children from five years old, lasts 40 minutes and costs £9.95 per person.

Can’t decide which one to do then you can choose to do all 3 experiences on a combo ticket for just £24.95

Debbie Owen, Managing Director of Phileas Fogg, said: “We are offering three Halloween experiences for families to enjoy safely. From the slightly scary – to some gory facts – there’s fun for everyone with plenty of sweets topping the encounters off!”

All day time activities will take place between 12th October and 3rd November and can be booked online at

Starts October 12th Crowhusrt Road, Hollingbury, Brighton BN1 8AF

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