Parc Asterix’ Peur Sur Le Parc’, an anniversary to make even the boldest tremble this Halloween!

In the space of a decade, Peur sur le Parc (Fear in the Park) has become an unmissable event at Parc Asterix during Halloween and the half-term holidays. Once again this year, from 5 October to 3 November 2019, Parc Asterix will undergo a metamorphosis and become a permanent show featuring monsters and terrifying creatures. Themed attractions, scary encounters in the Streets of Paris and La Foire aux 6 Trouilles (6-fright fair); Parc Asterix will be full of terrors, large and small. To celebrate the 10th anniversary of Peur sur le Parc, a massive surprise awaits those who love to be afraid – head for The Catacombs, the new haunted house at Parc Asterix!


This new haunted house is only for the boldest visitors. They are invited on a terrifying expedition into the darkest corner of the catacombs. A gravedigger guides them to a secret entrance in the middle of the cemetery that leads into a large underground chamber. They’ll quickly realise that they are trapped. This new haunted house covers 300m2   where visitors face plenty of nasty surprises! As they try to find the exit, our brave visitors are spared nothing including landslides, mass graves, and corpses. Theatrical smoke, sound effects, wind, special lighting and smells are all part of this unique adventure at Parc Asterix. Advance booking on the website required for this expedition or book directly at the park ticket offices (fee-paying activity: €5 additional fee)


La Maison de la Peur: for lovers of thrills and spills, let yourself be hypnotised by Dr Cérébrus. A psychiatrist and alchemist who dabbles in alchemy takes you on a journey of discovery riddled with vampires, the living dead and other monsters from your worst nightmares.
La Colère d’Anubis: at the Musée du Havre, the inventory of an ancient Egyptian collection has set free some very unhappy ghosts. If you upset them, who knows what they might do. Enter at your peril, but be on your guard…

Mission Perdue: go on an expedition to the stars in search of the crew lost on a strange planet. Encounters of the 3rd kind. 3D Experience.

La Foire aux 6 Trouilles (6-fright fair): in a disused party venue, squatters are on a mission to help visitors experience 6 incredible adventures.

Métamorphosis: A shapeshifting illusion where a man transforms into a creature, causing panic among the park’s visitors.
Théâtre de la Joconde – 10 minutes

The Magna Maléficus show: visitors fall under the spell of the hypnotic powers of Magna Maleficus who inherited his sorcery skills from his father. Spells or curses? Théâtre de Panoramix – 20 minutes

Monster Procession: every evening, monstrous creatures wander the park aboard a giant Viking ship, catching visitors by surprise at dusk.


A system of traffic lights shows the level of scariness in the different zones of the park: “Slightly scary” for the youngest, “Moderately frightening” for all the family and “Absolutely terrifying” for the most daring.

For young Gauls who want to transform themselves, The Workshop of Curiosities offers a make-up workshop.

A plant world can be discovered in the Forêt d’Idéfix. Little ones can follow the trail of a living garden. Vegetation will have pride of place with larger-than-life creatures.

Le Chemin des Sorciers: under the influence of a terrible spell, the Nationale 7 goes crazy and whisks you off on its ancient rattle traps for a ride packed with pitfalls, witches, wizards and pumpkins.
Les Chaudrons Infernaux… bubble, bubble, toil and trouble! Watch out, you’re not alone! Phantoms whirl around you in the darkness. The Pict awaits our Young Gauls in the Village of the Indomitables for an animated story-telling session with plenty of surprises.

At dusk the most evil  creatures set up their quarters in Parc Astérix thanks to:

  • 4 days with extended opening hours on 12, 19, 26 and 29 October (park closes at 10pm).
  • 4 late-night openings on 30, 31 October and 1 and 2 November (park closes at 1am). (Special ticket required)

Exclusive entertainment to discover during the evenings.
The Inferno Fire and Percussion Show: artists take to the stage to play with fire and fireworks, challenging all senses. Visitors can also attend the sound and light show at the OzIris Temple every hour from 6.30pm. A special ticket is required for these evenings.

In our eternal quest to surprise visitors, Le Cirque restaurant will be serving a special themed buffet for Peur sur le Parc. A new experience with an extraordinarily horrifying buffet of themed dishes and drinks: smoking cocktails, brains and hotdogs with “human” fingers, there’s something for all tastes! For our visitors’ enjoyment, the creatures and monsters of Peur sur le Parc will be joining the party at our special late-night openings.


  • On the website: billet futé D-7 ticket: €43 adult and €40 child
  • Full price: €51 adult and €43 child
  • Late-night openings: one price only €39 on the website and €40 at the ticket office on-site
  • Pass Peur: €25 one price only (including the new haunted house: the Catacombs)
  • Pass Rapidus: €30 on the website and €35 at the ticket office on-site

About Parc Astérix

Parc Astérix, a tested and approved potion for over 30 years. 35 km north of Paris, Parc Asterix is a combination of 47 attractions and shows set in 6 worlds (Gaul, the Roman Empire, Ancient Greece, the Vikings, Travel Through Time and Egypt). Parc Astérix is a riotous adventure on board OzIris, the ancient Egyptian attraction, Goudurix, the roller coaster with 7 loop the loops; excitement for Young Gauls in the Forêt d’Idéfix and thrills and spills for all the family on the Pégase Express ride! After a day full of adventures, the Park can also accommodate you in one of its two hotels in the heart of the forest, to prolong your experience! Discover all the news and the Park’s media library at

Parc Astérix, a Compagnie des Alpes leisure destination 

Since it was founded in 1989, Compagnies des Alpes has established itself as the uncontested leisure industry leader. The company is in charge of 11 ski resorts among the most popular in the world (Tignes, Val d’Isère, Les Arcs, La Plagne, Les Menuires, Les 2 Alpes, Méribel, Serre-Chevalier, etc.) and 13 renowned leisure destinations (Parc Astérix, Grévin, Walibi, Futuroscope, etc.), and has continuously grown throughout Europe (France, the Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, etc.) and more recently further afield (Grévin Montréal in 2013, Chaplin’s World by Grévin in April 2016 and engineering  and management support contracts in Russia, Morocco and Japan).

Parc Asterix : Charlotte Wilmots –+ 44 (0) 7867785091 –

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