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Due to security reasons, we will conduct bag and body searches.

Not allowed are:
  • Flammable and toxic gas
  • Explosive items
  • Weapons and weapon-like items such as pointed and sharp items
  • Illegal substances
  • Bottles of any kind
  • Professional camera equipment

Brought along food and drink are not allowed.

Entry is allowed for visitors aged 16+. Visitors aged under 16, even if accompanied by a guardian, are not permitted to enter the event.

The Not Alone Experience is for visitors aged 18+.

Traumatica is generally suitable for all fans of horror events aged 16 and 18 respectively. The event is not suitable for pregnant women and people with cardiovascular issues.

Animals are not permitted.

Horror Nights – Traumaitca is an evening event in a defined area of Europa-Park. The number of visitors is very limited due to limited capacity. An online reservation is mandatory due to the Covid pandemic. Especially the dates at the end of October are sold out quickly. There is no ticket sale on site.

Spontaneous trips in the evening are therefore not recommended.

To the ticket shop

At Horror Nights – Traumatica, visitors are walking through a dark area of the park which is packed with masked and made-up, scary live actors.

The main attraction are 5 scary mazes as well as an immersive story world which features shock-effects as well as sounds and light effects. Groups of visitors are being sent through several themes and mazes which they have to walk through on their own on foot. They will however never be touched by our actors. The same applies for the visitors, who shall never touch any actors.

During the Not-Alone Experience, you will walk through two of the horror mazes alone, exclusively after the houses have closed for the public, and will have to solve a task. Equipped with just a small source of light, you will go on your way, and you might not be alone. Depending on the evening, this might take until 2am. The experience itself will take between 15 and 40 minutes, depending on the speed of your walk.

Due to the current situation, unfortunately we cannot plan with a Vampire’s Club.

Unfortunately, there won’t be an ice show at the Horror Nights – Traumatica this year.

Due to the size of the event, we cannot guarantee that all attractions (mazes and scare zones) can be visited. In order to be sure to see all attractions, we recommend the Shoxterpass.

In order to increase the chance of seeing all attractions without a Shoxterpass, there is an overview of all waiting times in the evening. These can be seen on a number of screens throughout the event.

No, Traumatica is built in stages. You can visit and enjoy the event without any knowledge of the story.

It is true though, that the more you know about the story, the deep you can dive into Traumatica and discover more specials/actors/teasers/Easter eggs.

There are food and souvenir shops on site.

The Yougstar-Coaster Pegasus as well as Casandra’s Curse are open for event guests.

Doors to the Horror Nights – Traumaitca area open at 7.30pm. Gates to the area open from 6.45pm. Last admission to the horror mazes is at 11pm. We recommend arriving in good time due to the mandatory bag and covid checks.

The event is mainly outdoors. Some waiting areas are covered, but not all of them.

Guests in fancy dress or with painted faces have no access to the event.

The entrance to Horror Nights – Traumatica is via a separate entrance, not Europa-Park’s main entrance. Visitors park at the regular Europa-Park carpark. A parking ticket must be booked when booking entry tickets and costs €7.

Follow the signs to Horror Nights – Traumatica to the right after the foot tunnel. The path leads via a cycling path to a separate entrance. Hotel guests can take the EP-Express to the Greek themed area from 7.15pm. A separate entrance is located there.

If you would like to be part of Horror Nights – Traumatica, please send an email to and introduce yourself. You must be at least 18 years old and speak fluent German or English.

For a quick and smooth arrival, we kindly ask you to bring the following with you:

  1. Medical face mask
  2. Ticket and, if applicable, the confirmation of your ticket exchange
  3. Photo ID
  4. Proof of authorisation

We ask you explicitly to please ensure that you have all the documents mentioned before in place for your arrival. If they are not complete, admission may not be possible despite a valid ticket. These checks take place on site, with mandatory comparison with a photo ID.

The appropriate proof of authorisation depends on which Coronavirus stage applies in the county of Baden-Württemberg on the day of your visit. On our website, under ’Current Information’, we have detailed explanations of the appropriate proof of authorisation required for the respective stages.

Please read this updated information carefully. Due to the current high volume of inquiries, there may be longer response times from our Guest Services.

Due to the current mask requirement, it is mandatory to wear a medical face mask on the entire site. This applies to all indoor and outdoor areas. The mask may only be removed for the consumption of food and drinks. Please note that wearing a wrapped scarf or handkerchief is not permitted. Medical masks such as surgery masks or FFP2 & 3 masks are accepted. If it is not possible for you to wear a medical mask, for example, due to medical reasons, we regrettably cannot allow entry, out of consideration for other visitors. Unfortunately, we are unable to make an exception in these circumstances. You can find more information about medical masks on our ‘Current Information’ website.

To the current information

Additional regulations may apply at any time and are linked to current regulations.

Subject to change.