Cobwebbed corridors, creepy crawlies, and ghostly secrets.
These are just some of the spooky treats Drusillas Park in Alfriston will be offering to visitors this Halloween.
Shriek Week will run during half term from October 26 until November 3.
Spooky adventures up for grabs include a trip through Haunted Heights where you can play ‘Hide and Shriek.’
Or you can venture into Eden’s Eye where an ancient mummy is on the loose in a twisting terror maze.
And the fun does not stop there.
On October 30 crime solving Scooby-Doo will be at the zoo to meet budding detectives.
There will also be creepy crawly encounters in the Discovery Centre throughout the week.
There will also be the usual animal magic.
The zoo will be open to visitors as usual and so you can also visit the park’s animals.
Drusillas Park is open daily from 10am.
For more information about the Halloween events or to find out more about the zoo, please telephone 01323 874100 or visit the zoo’s website at www.drusillas.co.uk