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Indoor Funfair back in Liverpool for October half term


Indoor Funfair is back in Liverpool next month for six days of half term entertainment.Its the biggest event of its kind in the UK and is returning after selling out at Exhibition Centre Liverpool during the summer.

Indoor Funfair back in Liverpool for October half term


"More than fifty thousand people enjoyed Indoor Funfair in August and were expecting tickets to go fast. So, if youre up for some great value, half-term family fun, then book now. . ."
John Lowery, director, Indoor Funfair



Indoor Funfair is back in Liverpool next month for six days of half term entertainment.

It’s the biggest event of its kind in the UK and is returning after selling out at Exhibition Centre Liverpool during the summer.

There’s more than 25 rides and inflatables across 90,000 sq. ft with thrill ride The Megaspin returning to the city after making its debut two years ago.

Tickets are now on sale for Indoor Funfair, which takes place from 26th - 31st October and offers unlimited access to rides during each three hour session.

The huge exhibition centre will be filled with everything from the traditional fairground carousel, dodgems and waltzers to inflatable slides and the UK’s largest travelling funhouse.

John Lowery, director of Indoor Funfair said:

“More than fifty thousand people enjoyed Indoor Funfair in August and we’re expecting tickets to go fast.

“So, if you’re up for some great value, half-term family fun, then book now to make sure you don’t miss out.

“We can’t wait to open our doors again on the Liverpool waterfront and there’s still some special surprises to be announced.”

Faye Dyer, managing director of The ACC Liverpool Group, operator of Exhibition Centre Liverpool, said:

“We’re thrilled Indoor Funfair is coming back as it’s proved to be one of our most successful family events.

“Our fully ventilated venue has all the facilities required to make it a smooth and safe experience for families and we’re looking forward to welcoming everyone.”

Pre-booked tickets cost £10 per session for unlimited access to rides with spectator tickets priced at £3. There is also a special online offer of four riding wristbands for £36. Refreshments and any prize games are not included in the ticket price.

Sessions run daily from 10am-1pm; 2pm-5pm and 6pm-9pm and people are advised to arrive 30 minutes before.

To book tickets, visit https://www.ticketquarter.co.uk/Online/liverpool-indoor-funfair-oct-21, or for more information follow on Facebook or Instagram: @indoorfunfair

 

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