A FORTNIGHT-LONG Hollywood-inspired Halloween party is set to take place at Blair Drummond Safari Park later this month.

The tourist attraction has teamed up with a Hollywood designer to create a spooky exhibition for the Halloween season.

A number of Alice in Wonderland-inspired Fright Rooms will be the biggest installation at the park during the event.

Visitors will be immersed in a world of special effects and spooky illusions which will make pulses race.

The rooms have been created with the support of a designer in the US who has previously worked on movies such as Hellraiser.

Organisers warn that these Hollywood inspired fright rooms are no place for the faint-hearted.

Led by the park’s own Dangerous Dave there will also be a chance to get nice and gooey at a spooky slime making workshop, go on an outdoor adventure to hunt monsters, follow the trick or treat trail, or paint your own animal pet rock to take home and hide.

There will even be a pumpkin patch and the chance to get up close to some of the weird and wonderful creatures and deadly creepy crawlies at the park.

Marketing manager at the park, Liz Gunn, said: “There is huge demand for a big day out at Halloween and the Safari Park is the ideal place to create something really special.

“Autumn is a beautiful time to visit the Safari Park, and we’ve added to the experience this year with a range of indoor activities such as slime making and animal encounters.”

Blair Drummond Safari Park’s HalloWild runs from 13-28 October and tickets are available now online at £16.25 for adults and £13.25 for concessions.