Halloween Fright Night Plog

Fright Night Walibi Holland

With Halloween approaching everyone is getting their house (or themselves) decked out with pumpkins, bats and other creepy things. My boyfriend Chris and I decided to get into the Halloween mood by going to Fright Night in Walibi Holland. And I thought it would be fun to take you guys along for the ride (or should I say fright?!) through a plog!

On our way to Walibi
A terrified Dutchie and an ecstatic American driving towards their doom destination.

As you can see it wasn’t dark yet when we arrived so we decided to start things of with what is normally viewed as a fairly non-scary ride. I dare to argue this.

Next up we had had to make our way through the first ‘scare-zone’. These are areas of the park where actors dressed up in scary costumes try to frighten you. Our camera got pretty scared and decided to die, or so did the little coward of a battery. Our braver smartphones had to take over.

Frigh Night
The little green monsters weren’t to impressive without it being dark, but fun nevertheless.

Zombie scare zone Zombie Walibi
The zombie scare zone was pretty impressive. There were even little children that were clutching plushies walking around scaring people! We also went into one of the four Hounted Houses (for which you had to pay an additional fee). Unfortunately it’s not allowed to take photos in here. Dutch blogger Mascha got special permission and in the vlog she made you can see – even if you don’t speak Dutch – how scary going in there was!

I hope you enjoyed this plog! Have you ever been to a fright night in a theme park? If so, did you like it?

With Love,

Elise Mooijman



  1. xmmke
    27/10/2014 / 22:13

    Ben er gisteren ook heen geweest en damnn het was inderdaad eng!

  2. dramaqueen9222
    26/10/2014 / 17:43

    Aah hier zou ik ook nog wel heen willen, maar mijn vriend vind al dat spooky-gedoe helemaal niets. Too bad! X

  3. 25/10/2014 / 13:02

    Did not know there was one in Holland as well, pretty cool. Those poor little scared kids – it looks really creepy and certainly in total darkness!

  4. artisticstateofmind
    25/10/2014 / 12:27

    I have never been to Halloween Fright Night in Walibi… I would like to go someday… But I am a bit scared that they touch my hand… Because I can’t handle a single touch on it!

    • 25/10/2014 / 12:39

      It is really fun! At least in Walibi Holland I don’t think the actors are supposed to (or even allowed) to physically touch you unless you ask for it (for a picture or something!)

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