Varberg, Sweden - 2013
A haunted mansion, floating ghosts, three fluttering bats, a gloomy forest inhabited by ghosts - Spööökitetsparken is, needless to say, a spooky playground! The scene is set here for a scary adventure, with the kids playing the lead roles - be that Dracula in his mansion or perhaps some passer-by intrigued by this mysterious mansion and its grounds.
The back of the haunted house is in ruins and you can look directly into the grand old hall. The stairs are still intact and lead up to a balcony three meters above the ground. From here, you have the perfect overview of the playground. Where do you want to explore next? If things are getting too scary, you simply slide down the fast slide and find a safer place. Up for a more challenging way in? Then you can clamber up the one side of the house on a rope ladder and sneak in through the window.
The haunted house is designed with crooked, irregular angles and shapes, emphasising the frightening atmosphere. The floor has an incline, making it a challenge to keep your balance on.
The kids can climb up the bats and balance on the wings.
Inside the house, portraits of Swedish kings and queens are painted on the boards, framed in gold, of course.
Climb up and balance on the spider web of rope attached to the big trees.