Thrill-seekers looking for the ultimate horror experience this Halloween need look no further.

We've rounded up all the of the best scare attractions to get you in a ghoulish mood, some close to home and some a little further afield.

But be warned: While many are ideal for all the family, some you might want to leave the kids at home for.

Also, some of these experiences may use strobe lighting so check with organisers in advance if you have any health conditions that may be affected.

Crocky Horror Show, Cotton Abbotts, Waverton, Chester, CH3 7PH

The Crocky Trail in Waverton will be home to the annual Crocky Horror Show and 2016’s show is bigger and better.

Prepare for a positively chilling experience including a new and terrifying attraction ‘The Catacombs!!’ Returning for another year will be the popular but spooky Crocky Dungeon, Titanic, The Haunted Trail and The Flusher.

The organisers at Crocky Trail promise an evening packed with frights and delights suitable for the whole family. Visit the website to find out which attractions are age sensitive.

Open from Thursday, October 27 to Saturday, November 5. Tickets from £9. Gates open from 6.00pm, no admittance after 7.45pm.

ScreamAcres

ScreamAcres - GreenAcres Animal Park in Mancot, Deeside

Come face to face with your worst fears at ScreamAcres this October in the dark, desolate North Wales countryside. You can run but you can't hide!

Strictly over 14s only. Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult.

Book online at www.screamacres.co.uk or call 01244 531147. Tickets £15.

Spooky World Stretton Road, Warrington, WA4 4NW

By day you can have fun on the farm at Apple Jacks Adventure Park, with Halloween-themed activities and fun for the family.

But by night throughout October, the place is transformed into a terrifying scare park.

Spooky World in Warrington offers an intense horror experience

Boasting some of the best special effects in the UK, Spooky World is offering a brand new 4D experience and costumes like you have never seen before! It may just look like a farm but, once you cross that bridge, it’s a living hell.

Open from Saturday, October 8 and runs until Monday, October 31.

Admission costs £23 and the event is strictly for children aged 12 and over. Guests under the age of 12 will not be admitted. Guests under the age of 16 must be accompanied by an adult at all times.

Click HERE to book.

Rosies Nightclub, Northgate Street, Chester

For one night only Rosies nightclub is once again running its extremely popular Terror Tour.

The Chester club will be completely transformed into a walk-around experience, complete with special light and sound effects.

Promoters at Get Onit Events have teamed up with the University of Chester’s drama society and 25 actors will be coming together to fill the tour with all sorts of scary characters and scenes sure to scare and shock all those brave enough to enter.

Visitors will be taken on a journey through movie scenes past and present, where they will meet actors performing as some of the big screen’s most infamous characters, including Jason Voorhees from the Friday the 13th series, The Grudge and many more.

Open from 9.30pm on Monday, October 31, running until 12.30am. For further information, visit www.facebook.com/events/195499090881934/

The Terror Tour is an extreme experience so you are not advised to enter if you are nervous or of a weak disposition.

Entry is £5 which includes the tour and entry to the rest of the club which will be open all night.

Speke Hall Circus of Horrors, Liverpool

Speke Hall Haunted Hall: Circus of Horrors where guests are shown around the grounds of Speke Hall to try and help solve the mystery of a missing girl and uncover the truth behind the Circus of Horrors.

It is an interactive, immersive experience that includes lighting effects,smoke, loud and sudden noises and spooky characters.

This is not suitable for children under 14. Anyone under 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

To book tickets priced £15 call 0344 249 1895 or book online on the website here.

Alton Towers Scarefest, Staffordshire, ST10 4DB

Explore the dark side of the theme park as its Halloween frightfest returns.

This year, visitors can take a trip down the old Altonville Mines to discover the chilling legend of the Skin Snatchers, escape from hordes of zombies in the Dark Apocalypse zone and dodge a travelling side-show of circus rejects.

Also back again this year are post-apocalyptic sewer maze Sub Species: The End Games and Terror of the Towers, a monastery haunted by demonic monks.

Open from October 21-31, tickets £20. To book visit website: altontowers.com

Farmaggedon, Farmer Ted’s Farm Park, Flatmans Lane, Ormskirk, L39 7HW

The region's first scare attraction is celebrating 10 years of terror and this year they've shown no mercy to their guests.

With a new interactive zombie paintball game, you can take a trailer ride through the fields at Farmaggedon.

Farmaggedon 2016. Photo by Zack Downey of ZEDPhotography

The event is running all through October. Prices vary depending on dates and what type of ticket you buy. Customers can choose between standard scare houses tickets or upgrade to a combo ticket which includes zombie paintball.

For more details visit: www.farmaggedon.co.uk

Know of any other good fright nights nearby? Let us know in the comments below or tweet us @ChesterChron