Anyone planning to check in at Nottingham’s ‘Horror Hotel’ for a spooky Halloween treat can travel to the heart of the city’s scare fest by taking the tram.
Once again, one of the tramway’s busiest stops has been renamed ‘Old Market Scare’ and has undergone a seasonal makeover to match the city centre’s Halloween celebrations running from Friday, October 25, until Wednesday, October 31.
Rebekah Smith, NET Marketing Manager, commented: “We’re delighted to once again support this unique event that offers fun for all the family.”
“By taking the tram, visitors can enjoy a hassle-free journey to the heart of the action without the fear of trying to find a parking space or getting stuck in traffic.”
Visitors to the event can also save money by taking advantage of NET’s popular £5 Group Ticket, which is running through the half-term holiday and offers two adults and up to three children a day of unlimited tram travel.
The ticket is now also available via NETGO!, the tram’s brand new FREE app, which is available to download here, as well as at tram stop ticket machines.
After taking the tram to ‘Old Market Scare’, visitors will be able check into the Horror Hotel - a live action scare maze – and enjoy a wealth of other spooktacular attractions including those involving witches and enormous pumpkins.
Visitors are also encouraged to wear their spookiest costumes and entry to Old Market Scare is free, but charges will apply for rides and activities.
Halloween night itself will come alive with ghostly action, including live music and a series of giant skeletons, who will take to the streets from 6:00pm.