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Location: Blackpool
Description: Pasaje Del Terror is an interactive walk-through horror attraction with branches in thirty different cities in Spain, including Madrid, Barcelona, Bilbao, Seville, Malaga, Salou, Santander, etc. as well as some of the major cities of the world, such as Rome, Lisbon, Blackpool, Buenos Aires, Bariloche, Cancun, San Salvador and Tokyo. The attraction is loosely based on the now-defunct attraction Terror on Church Street, a haunted attraction in Orlando, Florida where guests were invited to tour a horror maze filled with famous horror film icons. The longest running horror show in the UK!

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2.7/5.0 Our rating

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- 06th Apr, 2014
Terrible, we got in at a discounted price as there was 10 of us. Rushed through it and very dark.The attraction is the same as it was many years ago. No improvements. No decent dialog. No value for money.

Visit attraction again: No
- 23rd Oct, 2013
Abit alright but kinda smelly. The price to get in is abit funny. Overall I would say it's a Craig David out of ten

Visit attraction again: Yes
- 22nd Oct, 2013
I'd heard about this place about a year or so ago and it's been on my "to do" list ever since. I wasn't disappointed! The only other attraction that I've been to like this is The Tombs in London which were quite disappointing as that was just a very long walk in semi dark sets with the odd actor here and there. Pasaje Del Terror is a different beast all together! The outside looks good and helps set the scene well, with a good video warning that helps build tension and the Policeman character set the scene well once we had gone inside and down a swirling staircase. This is the first taste of the quality of the sets inside. It's clear from the start that alot of time, love and money has gone into this place as everything is very highly detailed and very atmospheric. You also go around in a small group which also helps ramp up the tension as you're never too far away from an actor jumping out or interacting with the sets around them. Also, unlike The Tombs, you're not forced to hold onto the person infront, although you are told it's a "good thing to do for saftey" I chose not to, but the guy behind me insisted on holding my bag, which was actually quite funny as it kept him close so I could hear his reactions on the way around. He almost went into meltdown when he saw the clown section for example lol! Along the way, the sets change and you meet a good variation in characters, some of which were instantly recognisable and I thought a fun addition. Nothing outstays it's welcome either, with a fresh set every minute or so (sometimes quicker). My only point is that at 7, it's a bit expensive for the 10 minutes or so that you get. But, it's a very high quality 10 minutes or so and I'd highly recomend the Pasaje to anyone who likes this sort of thing. I'd deffo go again, but it looses one point for the cost. 5/5 for quality though!

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- 22nd Aug, 2013
rushed through not worth the monet tbh

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- 16th Jul, 2013
Some good parts but mundane for the majority. Best part is having beer at the end, but that's pricey!

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- 12th Apr, 2013
Its average. Next time my tram stop will be at Blackpool north and I will pay extra for Blackpool dungeons, not worth 6 at all.

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- 30th Mar, 2013
Went in pasaje del terror today and was very impressed in the changes they have made i liked the first scene where you get told the rules really well done to the changes and was very scared :D

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- 23rd Mar, 2013
Ok im actually sat in pleasure beach as we speak now, just experienced pasaje del terror and very displeased. It was much better a few years ago (2003) when we visited then. I don't think i would pay that price again.

Visit attraction again: No
- 05th Mar, 2013
Went on this on my birthday 16 of feb because i wanted to go on this since i was 4 i am 12 now my dad decided i should go in it and i had a panic attack in the entrance but when i went in it was amazing and scary when freddy popped out in front of me ! would defenitly go in this again !

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- 27th Feb, 2013
As the weekends of blackpool are now up an running me and my friends visited pleasure beach blackpool on the 16/02/13 it was a great day out. We were stopped just outside the pasaje of terror by a tall boy in a black suit and white face who introduced himself to us as jack. He gave us some information on the pasaje of terror and with a good deal he and another equally dressed and white faced foe offered we decided to go through the attraction. We waited in the que for some time before going through during this time we were chatting wita guy he asked if i had a mobile number and that i was "a babe" as he said. I thought this was very unprofessional and not good customer service he sounded more like a bar staff. Anyway we were then taken down some stairs by the other boy who was a little more stern in his approach and delivered a great character giving us the rules not to run or touch anyone inside. He then shown us to a door and our journey began. This was a very frightening but very good show although i nearly cried when the exorcist chases us around a flying bed and if theres one thing i hate its the clowns after watching IT :( the actors were very intense and made the freaky surroundings a very scary environment. It was a great experience and would defo do this again in the future!

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