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Nothe of the Living Dead

When? 26 Oct 2018 to 27 Oct 2018
Where? Weymouth

  • Nothe of the Living Dead

Though their presentation may vary, each experience shares a common thread – humankind versus zombie – a theme that Nothe of the Living Dead will continue to entertain our visitors who have the courage to participate in this event.

Set in one of the UK’s most haunted attractions, Dorset’s Nothe Fort will be an immersive zombie experience that sees survivors of the new apocalypse battling their way through a web of tunnels infested with flesh devouring zombies. Along the way, each survivor must overcome a series of challenges that will enable him/her to collect the ‘essential survival kit/vaccine’ required to gain access to the rescue teams waiting at the tunnel’s end. The aim is to deliver a truly immersive cocktail of horror, challenge, exhilaration and fun.

Please note ticket will be available on line from 1st September 2018. Details of prices and time allocations to follow. Please watch this space.

Participant Requirements

Minimum age is 16 (Under 18s must be accompanied by a participating / paying adult)

No maximum age, height or weight restrictions, though participants should be fit and healthy, with good emotional robustness as some activities are fast-paced and scary.
NB: This experience is not suitable for anyone who is pregnant; has a heart, neck or back condition; or suffers from epilepsy or claustrophobia.

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