The scariest event in Norfolk is back for its 14th year and is full of terrifying haunts.

Here is all you need to know ahead of PrimEvil 2023.

Where does it take place and what are the dates and timings?

PrimEvil will run from October 13 to November 4, with the event starting at 6pm and last entry at 9pm. 

The haunts, bar and food outlets will close at around 11pm.

It takes place at ROARR! Dinosaur Adventure in Lenwade and the postcode is NR9 5JE.

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What can I expect and what is new for 2023?

There are endless corridors and a host of nasties in Mayhem Manor, terror lurks in the woods with Route 666, a church full of tunnels at The Crypt and dark corridors filled with lost souls in the Circus of Terror.

New for 2023 is Werehouse 51 where there has been a leak in aisle 1 by toxic laboratory storage and strange noises come from quarantine.

Are there live actors?

Yes, there will be a series of "spine-tingling haunts", filled with live actors dressed up and in character to frighten you throughout the night.

Are there any age restrictions?

Children between the ages of 12 and 17 must be accompanied by an adult at all times while in the park and when going through the haunts. 

What food and drink is available?

There will be a selection of food vendors at the event including Fat Teds, Fat Cow, Swash Nosh, Deans Beans and Candy Cables.

Snack Shack, Dippy’s Pizza & Fries and Nautilus Fish & Chips will be serving hot and cold food, drinks and snacks on-site.

Only alcohol purchased at the park is permitted.

Where can I park at the event?

There is plenty of free parking at ROARR! Dinosaur Adventure.

Is PrimEvil wheelchair accessible?

If you require extra assistance, a free Essential Companion ticket is available.

The only haunt accessible by wheelchair is Route 666 and there are disabled toilets around the park.

Are dogs allowed?

No dogs are able to attend PrimEvil as even trained guide dogs may be stressed by the nature of the event.

Where can I buy tickets and how much are they?

Tickets can be bought online via the website, no later than midnight on the day before your visit.

Tickets for all haunts cost £35. Annual pass holders to ROARR! and students can buy tickets for £29.75 and fast track costs £45.

Tickets will be removed from online sale daily at 3pm and they are non-transferrable to other days.

Tickets can be purchased at the gate subject to availability and cost £4 more than online.