Frightmare in Gloucester

Gloucestershire's 'scariest Halloween attraction' has a brand-new home in 2022, as Frightmare heads to Gloucester city centre for its annual fear fest.

By Chloe Gorman  |  Published
Prepare to be scared as Frightmare moves to a brand-new Gloucester venue this Halloween 2022.

This spooky season, Gloucestershire's most petrifying Halloween attraction has a new home, as Frightmare takes over an abandoned building in Gloucester city centre.

Brace yourself for two terrifying new scare attractions, promising a longer, even more immersive experience that only the bravest souls can survive. 

Step inside The Hotel, follow its winding corridors and meet its long-term residents, just never mind the strange sights, sounds and smells you might encounter along the way; then head into Hope Springs Wellness Centre, where the doctors, wardens and scientists will keep everyone in line and silence anyone who disagrees; that is until the cyber punks embark on their protest, where their motto is 'join us or die'.

There will also be 'insane stage shows' and a bar within the Frightmare hub, where you can down some Dutch courage before heading into the mazes, or get a stiff drink to calm your nerves afterwards.

Tickets to Frightmare 2.0 cost from £35 each, with options including fast-track entry and merch available too. The event is suitable for anyone aged 12 and over, however anyone aged 15 and under must be accompanied by a paying adult.

Frightmare takes place on selected dates from Friday 14 October 2022 until Saturday 5 November 2022 in an abandoned building known only as Fright Marehouse on Brunswick Street in Gloucester. 




1 Brunswick Road, Gloucester, GL1 1PU


Friday 14 to Sunday 16 October 2022; Thursday 20 to Sunday 23 October 2022; Thursday 27 to Monday 31 October 2022; Friday 4 to Saturday 5 November 2022


Entrance slots are from 6pm to 8.30pm


Monster tickets cost £35 each; Beast tickets with fast-track entrance cost £50 each; and Demon tickets with fast-track entrance, unlimited food and drink and an item of merch cost £80 each.


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