Looking for a zombie hunt, zombie walk, zombie meet, zombie paintball, zombiecon, zombiefest and other zombie events near you in Scotland? Scroll down this page and you will see the
aall of thoses in Scotland, sorted by county.
ALWAYS call before you go
to confirm the info, they don't always report changes to me!
Zombie paintball, zombie walks, zombie-cons and other zombie-related fun are all fairly new, so they don't yet exist in all parts of each state. Help us find them; if you know of one we missed and want to add it or correct the
information, please let me know!
Updates for August 2018
August: Zombie events are most commonly held in September and October, but there are some at all times of the year. Zombie Paintball is about to start at some paintball venues maize mazes, pumpkin patches and farms. They usually start opening in mid August.
Zombie events, by county
Click on Resources above, if you need a county map
Aberdeen City and Shire (Grampian)
Argyll and The Isles
Ayrshire and Arran
Dumfries and Galloway
Dundee and Angus
Edinburgh and The Lothians
Greater Glasgow, Lanarkshire, The Clyde Valley
Horrorween - Free zombie event
Street, Perth, UK. Email:
email@example.com. Massively popular event entered
around a Zombie Infected Maze, hosted within Perth City Centre.
Halloween 2017 in Perth city centre, now dubbed Horrorween, is
scarier than usual, due to the outbreak of a zombie virus. Perth
residents are being ordered to attend the quarantine zone
outside City Hall to be tested for the Z virus. The quarantine
zone is manned and operated by the Zombie Outbreak Response Team
Castle Horrors Zombie Horrorween event starts at
6pm and ends at 9pm. The experience is only open from 6pm until
9pm, so don’t be late or you’ll miss the apocalypse altogether.
How long is the zombie experience? The Zombie apocalypse
experience will last as long as it takes to get from one side of
the maze to the other, but shouldn’t be much longer than 10
mins, filled with lots of poop your pants moments. Can I buy
tickets at the door? The Simple Answer is no, because it’s FREE.
Stirling, Loch Lomond, The Trossachs & The Forth Valley
The Scottish Borders