A big wheel is coming to the Trafford Centre and glowing orange for Halloween.
The cabins on the 'Hallo-wheel' will be transformed into scary, themed spaces for families wanting 'a unique Halloween experience'.
And while it's staying family-friendly for little monsters, on the night of Halloween itself, some rather hair-raising horrors await.
Groups, couples or those with older children are being promised 'a big wheel ride like no other', with the chance to take to the sky in an eerie witches’ lair, share a pod with a friendly clown, or have a spin with creepy-crawly spiders.
The creepy characters, including the ‘friendly’ clown, an escaped convict, an ominous doll and menacing witch, will be creeping into carriages with customers between 6pm and 10pm.
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The ‘Hallo-wheel’ themed-pods will be available to ride from 11am on October 26, with the added Halloween character experience taking place on October 31.
Earlier in the day, between 11am and 5pm, there'll be face painting and a spooky singing witch to entertain younger ones.
Alison Niven, centre director at intu Trafford Centre, said: “Dare you ride our Hallo-wheel this Halloween? For both little ghouls and full-on fright-seekers, this one-of-a-kind eerie experience isn’t to be missed.”
The wheel, which will be outside the Great Hall and cost £7.50 for adults, £6 for children, or £22 for a family ticket, is among a host of other Halloween events taking place at the centre.
It'll be open 11am to 10pm Monday to Friday, 11am to 9pm on Saturday and 11am to 7pm on Sunday.
Its Trick or Treat family event will run from October 24 to 31, where little ones are invited to pick up their free Halloween bucket from the customer services desk and scour the centre for treats. Simply sign up to the centre's Family Club here to join in the fun.
And the Upside Down House, which has also arrived outside the centre, will be getting a spooky makeover from October 20.
As if it isn't already spooky enough, the topsy turvy home will be dressed for the occasion inviting ghosts and ghouls to defy gravity.
For a full list of events taking place at the Trafford Centre, see the website. And you can see what else is happening across Manchester this October half term in our mammoth round-up here.