Theme Park In France: Who is Celebrating Halloween?

Theme Park In France: Who is Celebrating Halloween?

Celebrate Halloween At these French Theme Parks.

The beautiful days and cool nights of October and November are perfect for exploring French Theme Parks.

Each year thousands of families and friends attend Halloween-themed events. Not only giving visitors a chance to discover or rediscover the best parks from another angle but also enjoy a fun night with friends or family.

The parks in France go all out: decorated with pumpkins, ghosts, and spooky things. They often have themed experiences with Halloween and Fall parades, haunted houses, and creepy characters. Attractions and rides are themed or retheme for the season perfect for all ages.

Here are some of the most popular Theme Parks in France.

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Halloween In France At Parc Asterix 

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The second largest theme park near Paris is Parc Asterix. Gears up each year for a Halloween masterpiece, designed for both adults and children.

The attractions are organized by Absolutely Terrifying, Moderately Frignting, and Slightly Scary. 

Peur Sur Parc boasts 7 scary late nights from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. on October 14, 21, 28 – 29, 30 – 31, and November 4.  Be sure to Check the calendar as the park is only open on certain days. 

An Immersive Halloween Experience At Disneyland Paris

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The Halloween Festival is aimed more towards children. Big kids young and old can enjoy the closest thing to an American Halloween.

As Disneyland Paris is open all year, the Festivals focus on the Disney villains and mischief makers. Enjoy a special day at Disney designed to bring Halloween to life.

The Halloween Festival runs from 1st October to 5th November 2023 with the Nocturn Halloween on the 31st of October – when the park stays open until midnight.


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In the heart of South West France is Walygator, directly between Toulouse and Bordeaux the Park is going all out for the Spooky season. Halloween is an event designed to scare and thrill in equal measure. With a cast of characters and attractions themed for the season, Walloween is for everyone.  

Walloween runs from 14th October until 5th November, with the evenings of 28th and 31st October offering you spooking nights to enjoy the attractions and rides at night. Don’t forget to double-check the Calendar.

Walibi Rhone – Alpes

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The big Theme Parks are wonderful places to enjoy school holidays in France because they are a great place to enjoy Halloween.

Several other smaller parks might not be a feast for the senses but are geared towards younger families, people who are not completely for the excess of Halloween but enjoy a Fall-themed adventure.

For A Slower Halloween Visit Parc Saint Paul

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An hour and a half from Paris and 8 km from Beauvais (RyanAir). The park caters to smaller children with minimum height requirements of around 1 meter.

Ok Corral

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For the first weekend in October, OK Corral transforms into the colors of fall.

In the South of France nestled in a National Park (Sainte-Baume Natural Regional Park), between Marseille and Toulon, perfect for a fun day out while exploring the South of France.

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Enjoy your time exploring France, and be sure to explore the surrounding areas. So many adventures and treasures await.

France in the fall is a wonderful place the leaves are turning and places are slowing down after the summer. This makes October and November a great time to come for vacation, discover France this year, and enjoy Halloween while you’re here.

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