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October Half Term Fun at Lowry Outlet, Manchester

PUBLISHED: 15:08 03 October 2017 | UPDATED: 15:08 03 October 2017

Spooktacular at Lowry Outlet, Manchester

Spooktacular at Lowry Outlet, Manchester

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Don’t miss all the FREE fiendish fun and games from Saturday 21st October until Sunday 29th October

Spooktacular at Lowry Outlet, Manchester Spooktacular at Lowry Outlet, Manchester

The Forest graveyard

Dare you enter the haunted graveyard, only the bravest souls will survive.

Tunnel of Ghosts

Are you brave enough to enter the tunnel of Ghosts? Can you defeat the haunted ghosts and his ghastly game.

Spooktacular at Lowry Outlet, Manchester Spooktacular at Lowry Outlet, Manchester

Mr Skeleton’s sitting room

Meet Mr Skeleton and hear his bone jangling tales of woe and even play some ghostly games.

Frightmare Room

Will your eyes deceive you? What’s real, what’s not?

Spooktcaular trail

Are you brave enough to follow the map and find all of the spooky sillouets located in our store windows? Complete the trail and you will be entered into a prize draw to win a family pass to watch Elf the Musical at Lowry Theatre.

Opening Hours

Monday- Friday - 11am-5pm; Saturday - 11am-6pm; Sunday - 11am-5pm

Visit www.lowryoutlet.co.uk to find out more

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