Farmaggedon is back for 2021 and the Halloween horror experience is scarier than ever

All your favourite interactive horror houses return along with new additions the Fear-Go-Round, Scaryoke and the Maze of Death.

Now in its 15th season, Farmaggedon is an award-winning interactive horror experience, themed with roaming zombies and creatures of the night.

The park contains interactive scare attractions, a zombie paintball experience and a whole host of gruesome entertainments from live bands to magicians and specialist performers.

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New for 2021 is the Fear-Go-Round, Scaryoke and the Maze of Death.

As well as the new attractions on offer, all your favourite interactive horror houses return including The Beast of Terror, Contagion and The Meat Locker.

Visitors will also be granted the chance to visit Freak Street, the House of Rock and The Zombie Arms, where evil spirits are served in a glass!

Farmaggedon is the brainchild of Mark Edwards, whose inspiration came from the immense popularity of the American Halloween market. 

In 2006 Mark took the idea and moulded it to fit the UK industry and launched Farmaggedon a year later at Farmer Teds in Ormskirk.

Each area has been built, designed and themed by Mark and his workforce, but what really makes this venue come alive are the packs of zombies and other creatures which roam all around the venue making the hairs on the back of your neck stand bolt upright.

Edwards said: “At Farmaggedon, we are constantly evolving to improve what we offer to our visitors. The team and I can’t wait to unleash hell on our willing victims in 2021.

“Farmaggedon continues to grow from strength to strength, and we are all very proud of what we have achieved over these last 15 seasons.

“All of us at Farmaggedon are dedicated to giving our audiences the very best terrifying night out, we are so excited to be back and we will continue to provide your nightmares for a long time to come.”

Due to the nature of this year’s event, Farmaggedon deems the attraction not suitable for anyone under the age of 16, even when accompanied by a responsible adult.