Liverpool’s famous Horrorfest, Farmageddon has returned for its 15-year anniversary.

The scare attraction, located at Farmer Ted’s Adventure Farm in Ormskirk, was forced to cancel last year due to coronavirus, but opened its barn doors to horror fans in preparation for the Halloween season on Friday night.

Actors dressed in Halloween costumes

The attraction, a farm filled with terrifying mazes, haunted houses and zombies has been a favourite of locals and tourists alike since its inception in 2007.

The award-winning event promises to improve on its already award-winning product with the addition of a brand-new interactive experience, Scary-oke: karaoke with a twist.

The creators of the event have also included “scareground rides” for thrill seekers.

Mark Edwards, the managing director of Farmageddon says that the team behind the screams are “very proud of what we have achieved over the last 15 seasons” and promises: “We are constantly evolving to improve what we offer our visitors.”

Mr Edwards, a farmer, created the interactive horror experience 14 years ago when he converted two of his barns into scare houses and teamed up with Richard Cottier, co-creator of the event to bring the excitement to the people of Merseyside and beyond.

The attraction has remained a staple of Merseyside’s Halloween season ever since and has been a favourite among fans.

Farmageddon can be found on Flatman’s Lane in Ormskirk and is within five miles of both Maghull and Formby train stations.

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Read our five must-do things at this year’s Farmageddon

 

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