©Tuckers Haunted House 2020
Tuckers Haunted House

FREE Halloween Display

Tucker’s Haunted House

October is spooky time in Erskine Park, especially on Saturday 31st. So you don’t miss out because of COVID restrictions, we will run our FREE display every night (weather permitting) after dark until 9.30pm in October. (maybe later on weekends. watch our Facebook page for updates.)
We are a Registered COVID Safe attraction

FREE Halloween Display - Trick or Treat

We have an exciting new kid friendly Halloween display in 2020 featuring all the wonderful stuff from last year and lot’s more. See the Fire Breathing Dragon and Flying ghosts plus enjoy the 25 minute show from the Boo Crew, Singing Pumpkins and the Wicked Witch on the big screen. There may also be some scary characters around on Friday and Saturday nights in October, especially Saturday 31st. (Be aware there maybe crowds) PLEASE NOTE: SUBJECT TO WEATHER Check our Facebook page for daily announcements.

We are a registered COVIDSafe attraction

To ensure the safety of everyone, we ask that you follow the NSW Government COVID19 safety guidelines. If you are feeling unwell do not attend and call your doctor. Find a COVID testing clinic here When you visit please maintain a safe distance of at least 1.5m between other families. Regularly wash or sanitise your hands. You may consider wearing a face mask. Whilst at our attraction, stay with your family group and follow directions given by our staff You can find more information from the NSW Government about how to keep healthy by clicking button below

Halloween - History

Halloween is celebrated all over the world including Australia. Halloween has it’s origins in ancient Celtic festival of Samhain in the 8th century. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1 as a time to honour all saints. Soon, All Saints Day incorporated some of the traditions of Samhain. The evening before was known as All Hallows Eve, and later Halloween. Over time, Halloween evolved into a day of activities like trick-or-treating, carving jack-o-lanterns, festive gatherings, donning costumes and eating treats.* Halloween today is a fun time for kids and adults alike. Where people dress up in costumes, decorate their homes, have parties and attend “haunt” attractions like ours. Some of the best in the USA but they can be found all over the world. Stockholm Sweden Holds an annual Halloween grand parade, where the whole city dresses up in full ghastly spirit. They even have a theme park “Grona Lund” that transforms for Halloween with four haunted houses including Motel Hell and the Ghost Ship. England UK They have been celebrating All Hallows eve for centuries in the UK. Today you can visit haunted castles, Do Ghost tours, or visit one of the many Halloween haunted attractions like Scarefest at Alton Towers, Frightnights at Thorpe Park, Zombie Apocalypse run and Spooky World. Everytown, USA The Americans do it bigger and better than everyone when it comes to scary Halloween. There are literally hundreds of professional haunted attractions, some running all year round, and thousands more home haunts all over the USA. Some of the best include Field Of Screams - Colorado Universal Studios Horror nights - Florida Headless Horseman - New York

PHOBIAS & FEARS EXPERIENCE is a paid

attraction

Treat the family to some scary fun in the PHOBIAS & FEARS Experience. Ride a Haunted House simulator and then walk through your nightmares. Not suitable for small children. People under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Click the button below for more details and tickets ****** SOLD OUT ALL SESSIONS *****
* Some information sourced from history.com
©Tuckers Haunted House 2020
Tuckers Haunted House

FREE Halloween Display

Tucker’s Haunted House

October is spooky time in Erskine Park, especially on Saturday 31st. So you don’t miss out because of COVID restrictions, we will run our FREE display every night (weather permitting) after dark until 9.30pm in October. (maybe later on weekends. watch our Facebook page for updates.)

FREE Halloween Display - Trick or Treat

We have an exciting new kid friendly Halloween display in 2020 featuring all the wonderful stuff from last year and lot’s more. See the Fire Breathing Dragon and Flying ghosts plus enjoy the 25 minute show from the Boo Crew, Singing Pumpkins and the Wicked Witch on the big screen. There may also be some scary characters around on Friday and Saturday nights in October, especially Saturday 31st. (Be aware there maybe crowds) PLEASE NOTE: SUBJECT TO WEATHER Check our Facebook page for daily announcements.

We are a registered COVIDSafe

attraction

To ensure the safety of everyone, we ask that you follow the NSW Government COVID19 safety guidelines. If you are feeling unwell do not attend and call your doctor. Find a COVID testing clinic here When you visit please maintain a safe distance of at least 1.5m between other families. Regularly wash or sanitise your hands. You may consider wearing a face mask. Whilst at our attraction, stay with your family group and follow directions given by our staff You can find more information from the NSW Government about how to keep healthy by clicking button below

Halloween - History

Halloween is celebrated all over the world including Australia. Halloween has it’s origins in ancient Celtic festival of Samhain in the 8th century. In the eighth century, Pope Gregory III designated November 1 as a time to honour all saints. Soon, All Saints Day incorporated some of the traditions of Samhain. The evening before was known as All Hallows Eve, and later Halloween. Over time, Halloween evolved into a day of activities like trick-or-treating, carving jack-o-lanterns, festive gatherings, donning costumes and eating treats.* Halloween today is a fun time for kids and adults alike. Where people dress up in costumes, decorate their homes, have parties and attend “haunt” attractions like ours. Some of the best in the USA but they can be found all over the world. Stockholm Sweden Holds an annual Halloween grand parade, where the whole city dresses up in full ghastly spirit. They even have a theme park “Grona Lund” that transforms for Halloween with four haunted houses including Motel Hell and the Ghost Ship. England UK They have been celebrating All Hallows eve for centuries in the UK. Today you can visit haunted castles, Do Ghost tours, or visit one of the many Halloween haunted attractions like Scarefest at Alton Towers, Frightnights at Thorpe Park, Zombie Apocalypse run and Spooky World. Everytown, USA The Americans do it bigger and better than everyone when it comes to scary Halloween. There are literally hundreds of professional haunted attractions, some running all year round, and thousands more home haunts all over the USA. Some of the best include Field Of Screams - Colorado Universal Studios Horror nights - Florida Headless Horseman - New York

PHOBIAS & FEARS EXPERIENCE is a paid

attraction

Treat the family to some scary fun in the PHOBIAS & FEARS Experience. Ride a Haunted House simulator and then walk through your nightmares. Not suitable for small children. People under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Click the button below for more details and tickets ****** SOLD OUT ALL SESSIONS *****