Survive a Zombie Experience in Liverpool March 2020

 St Johns Shopping Centre Zombie Experience in Liverpool. Can you survive a zombie apocalypse?

Zombie Experience Comes to Liverpool in March

On Friday 27th and Saturday 28th March 2020, St Johns Shopping Centre will become overrun with flesh eating zombies. This award winning zombie experience, Zombie Nightmare dares Liverpool couples and groups to come forward and see if you have what it takes to survive and escape.

Cost: £45 per person

Minimum age 14. Guests aged 14 and 15 must be accompanied by a ticket holder aged 18 or over.

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Win Tickets to the Zombie Experience in Liverpool

Unlock Liverpool have been asked to help find four people to save Liverpool. If you think you have what it takes to think on your feet, make split second decisions and escape St John’s Shopping Centre in Liverpool this March, we need you!

Enter the Competition to Win 2 Tickets to Zombie Nightmares Liverpool

We have two sets of two tickets to giveaway. That’s four survivors!

To win two tickets to this incredible Zombie Experience in Liverpool go to our Facebook page now!

1: Like Unlock Liverpool’s Facebook page 

2: Comment on our competition post and tag the person you’d pick to help you fight the zombie Liverpool apocalypse.

3: Wait for the winners to be announced on Friday 13th March 2020

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Zombie Experience Liverpool – Pick Your Team

If zombies were taking over the world, who would you pick to help you survive? The UK’s Best Zombie Experience is coming to Liverpool on March and you’re going to need the best and most street smart people on your team. Groups can be up to 12 people. Smaller groups may be put together to improve your chances of escaping. It’s also much more realistic to be put with strangers than people you already know. Think fast, communicate and work together or risk being eaten alive.

Let me set the scene for you;

It has been over a year since the first zombies walked the earth and the only known cure has suddenly stopped working. The clues left by Dr Carroll on how to make a zombie cure were followed but the cure when analysed is ineffective agains’t zombies. Military forces are now completed defeated and life as we know it will never be the same again. A small team of survivors are trying to find out what went wrong. Did the cure ever work? Is there any glimmer of hope to survive the zombie apocalypse?

Book tickets to the Best Zombie Experience in Liverpool

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What Do You Need to Do: Zombie Experience in Liverpool

Teams of survivors who are brave enough are being sent into the ‘safe zone’ which is now overrun by zombies to see if the cure is even real, and to find out the truth about what went wrong. This time, the safe zone will be St John’s Shopping Centre in Liverpool.

When you arrive, you’ll be greeted by one of the Zombie Nightmare events team who will brief you and provide you with a document to read and sign. When it’s your turn to try and escape, the entire group will enter the experience. The Zombie Experience guides will take you deep into the Zombie Nightmare and then the game begins.

It’s your job to work together, find out the truth and escape the zombies and survive to tell the tale.

You have 60 minutes inside St Johns Shopping Centre, which has been placed on lockdown. Find your way around the shopping centre including loading bays, back of house service corridors, car parks and the main precinct itself.

If you can, PLEASE save us all! ?

Remember: You cannot kill the zombies, they’re already dead!!!

What Will Happen During this Zombie Experience in Liverpool

This award winning scare attraction involves escape room style clues, actors and actresses, moments of deep suspense and theatrical interactions and ultimately running for your life! Guests will need to be in a good physical condition in order to escape and run for your life. Make sure to wear comfortable and suitable footwear.

This Liverpool Zombie Experiences includes:

  • Flashing lights
  • Moments of moderate darkness or low lighting
  • Loud noises
  • Strong horror themes
  • Confined spaces

It is unfortunately not wheelchair accessible and is not recommended for anyone with heart conditions or black conditions. It is also not suitable for those who suffer from epilepsy or claustrophobia. Guests may be required to crouch or crawl during the experience.

* Zombies will not touch you and you should not touch the zombies either.

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