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Halloween adventures near you

Discover this ultimate list of Halloween adventures throughout the UK.

Attractions that are listed below are open, but it is really important to visit them online or telephone to get all the latest details before visiting.

Almost all the attractions must be booked in advance. Numbers are limited to keep everyone safe.

North West

Cheshire

Dunham Massey Ice Cream – Pick your own pumpkin from the field, no need to book, just turn up and pay for the pumpkins you pick, wear wellies or walking boots as the field will be muddy. All activities are outdoors, but social distancing guidelines will still be maintained, with sanitising points on hand and contactless payment available and encouraged. Opening times are 10am until 4pm on weekends in October plus half term week Monday 26th to Friday 30th October and Saturday 31st October. For information see https://www.dunhampumpkinpatch.co.uk

Tatton Park – This October half term enjoy fun day out at the Farm with the whole family and join in the Halloween hunt for dragon eggs. Digby the Dragon has lost his precious eggs, can you help him find them all? Make sure to keep track of the amount so you can collect your reward at the end.  Why not come and complete the trail dressed in your favourite freaky outfit and see if you can spot any of the Farm staff dressed up as well.  Take a spooky selfie with Digby in the woodland, then collect your chocolate egg reward at the Farm exit (subject to availability).

The activities are taking place for half term between 24th October and 1st November 2020. http://www.tattonpark.org.uk/home.aspx

Greater Manchester

Dunham Massey Ice Cream – Pick your own pumpkin from the field, no need to book, just turn up and pay for the pumpkins you pick , wear wellies or walking boots as the field will be muddy. All activities are outdoors, but social distancing guidelines will still be maintained, with sanitising points on hand and contactless payment available and encouraged. Opening times are 10am until 4pm on weekends in October plus half term week Monday 26th to Friday 30th October and Saturday 31st October. For information see https://www.dunhampumpkinpatch.co.uk

Bramall Hall – Explore the magnificent Tudor manor house set within beautiful rolling parkland and gardens. There’s lots to discover both inside and out with formal ornamental gardens and areas of ancient woodland. Opening times for half term are Thursday, Friday and Sunday afternoon, visitors will need to pre-book tickets online. https://www.stockport.gov.uk/topic/bramall-hall

Merseyside

Formby Beach – take the opportunity during half term to get out into the outdoors. If the weather is fine what could be better than a few hours on the beach. Take a picnic and games to play or explore on one of the walking trails. Car parks can be found at Lifeboat Road and Victoria Road. See the website for new car parking guidelines from 5th October 2020. https://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/formby

Liverpool city centre has an enviable cluster of amazing museums that all ages will love. There is one to suit every interest, be it science, art, history or the natural world with a wealth of information to inspire the family and keep the kids engaged over half term week. The choice includes The Museum of Liverpool, World Museum, Merseyside Maritime Museum, Walker Art Gallery, Slavery Museum and Tate Liverpool. All the museums have free entry but advance tickets are required from the website at https://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/visit

Lancashire

Farmer Ted’s – the Shaun the Sheep themed adventure farm will be having lots of Halloween fun for families at weekends from 3rd October and for the whole week of half term from 24th to 31st October. There will be lots of spooky activities for your little terrors to enjoy. Free pumpkins to carve, dead scary sunflower maze, scary straw bale art, fancy dress competition and ghastly ghost stories. Book tickets in advance from https://www.farmerteds.com

Brockholes – enjoy the fresh air in October half term while you can with a visit to the floating visitor. Take the walking trails, a stroll by the River Ribble or enjoy the many lakes on site, which have all been specially designed to attract all kinds of wildlife for you to see. There’s also a fantastic natural adventure play area with a climbing forest and a zip wire, while the Guild Wheel cycle way runs through the centre of the reserve. Opening times are 10am-4pm, Wednesday-Sunday during October and the full week for half term. https://www.brockholes.org/visit

Cumbria & The Lake District

Brockhole on Windermere – A Pumpkin Passport allows entry into 13 (unlucky for some!) special Halloween activities and is ideal for everyone aged 7 years and above. Activities include Haunted Forest, Giant Pumpkin Trail, Graveyard Golf, Mini Tractor Pumpkin Farmer, Woodland Faerie Trail and more. A devilishly good day out offering fantastic fiendish fun for all ages from 21st to 31st October. https://www.brockhole.co.uk

Muncaster Castle – book tickets for the half term Halloween event on Saturday 24th until Saturday 31st October at one of Britain’s most haunted castles! The Seriously Spooky event will be running for the full week for you to enjoy lots of fun filled daily activities, including the “Sledgehammer House of Horrors” themed show running each day, try Plague medicine workshops, lantern and drumming workshops and fabulous fire shows. Be entertained by the Witch Warbler trails around the gardens, the eerie Enchanted trail and even a Juggling Jester! Enjoy spending time in the Halloween themed gardens and be ready to be spooked! See the website for details and booking https://www.muncaster.co.uk/halloween2020

Yorkshire

Kirklees Light Railway – Jump aboard the Halloween Ghost Train experience this October at Kirklees Light Railway! Will you be brave enough to take a ride? These ‘fangtastic’ evening services are not for the weak at heart! Try them, if you dare! The Ghost Train experience will last approximately 1 hour and will be running on the evenings of Thursday 29th, Friday 30th and Saturday 31st October 2020. Numbers are strictly limited to allow for social distancing so advance booking is essential and available. Fancy dress is fiendishly encouraged! See the website for full details https://letsgowiththechildren.co.uk/events/halloween-ghost-train-kirklees-light-railway-2-2/

Lightwater Valley Theme Park – grab an awesome Halloween celebration this half term from Saturday 24th October until Saturday 31st October 2020. Families can take a trip to the freaky fairground and jump aboard 30 rides and attractions designed for young families to enjoy frights and thrills. Hop aboard the Ladybird rollercoaster, take a trip on the Lightwater Valley Express or make a splash on the Wet ‘n’ Wild River Rapids. Younger visitors will love taking a trip down Trick or Treat Street for the chance to get some sweet treats and practise their aim on the Ghoul Shoot targets. Venture into the Abandoned Theatre and walk through spooky scenes of wicked witches and friendly ghosts. Whilst enjoying thrills and chills on the family fun rides be sure to keep an eye out for the thirteen hidden ghosts lurking around the park and meet and greet some creepy characters. All tickets are £14.50 in advance. https://www.lightwatervalley.co.uk

Eureka! The National Children’s Museum! – Bubble, bubble, there’s toil and trouble at Eureka! this October as witches and have flown in to use the children’s museum for their official Halloween recruitment drive! Grab your capes and hats, broomsticks and wands and fly over to Eureka! for an enchanting Halloween half-term day out. Spooky fancy dress encouraged! Pre-booked tickets only and all activities are included in the price of admission. Open from 24th October to 1st November for half term week. https://www.eureka.org.uk

Stockeld Park – It’s time for The Halloween Adventure at Stockeld Park for a spooktacular schedule of freaky fun for all ages at the magical woodland and The Enchanted Forest. Plan your adventure during half term holiday from 24th October until 1st November, book early so you don’t miss out! The Halloween event will feature exciting adventures in The Enchanted Forest, The Magical Maze, Woodsands Cove and Tangle Tree Climb. Choose your date for a fearsome family day out this half term and book in advance from the website. https://stockeldpark.co.uk

The Deep – Half Term is an ideal time to enjoy an exciting day out at one of the UK’s most important aquariums. With over 5000 animals, including spectacular sharks and rays, the UK’s only Green sawfish, hundreds of tropical fish, loggerhead sea turtles and a colony of Gentoo penguins, there’s something for everyone.

The new one-way system in place will allow you to take a close and personal look at all the amazing sea life that reside at The Deep in Hull, East Yorkshire . Find further information and book advance tickets at https://www.thedeep.co.uk

Yorkshire Wildlife Park – Experience spooky goings on from Saturday 24th until Wednesday 28th October 2020 at the wildlife park in South Yorkshire. Take a walk through the enormous Mushroom Forest and visit an evil Queens Castle, if you dare! Experience the magical realm of unicorns, roam the colourful Rainbow Woods and take a trip to the Evil Dungeon if you’re brave enough! Advance tickets are on sale now at https://www.yorkshirewildlifepark.com/events/fantastical-enchanted-tales/

North East

Tyne and Wear

Life Science Centre – half term week would be the perfect time to see the exhibition Brick Dinos which will transport you to a time millions of years ago, when dinosaurs roamed the planet. Artist Warren Elsmore and his team worked with a palaeontologist to carefully recreate some of the largest beasts to ever walk the Earth in miniature LEGO® brick form. Look out for the 4-metre-long masiakasaurus and the pterosaur (pterodactyl) with an impressive 2.4-metre wingspan! The Dino Experience also includes some LEGO® brick fun, build a dinosaur using a limited number of pieces if you can. Checkout the wall of models built by local professional LEGO®artist Steve Mayes to inspire you with the endless possibilities. The exhibition will be on until 3rd January 2021. Advance booking is necessary to control visitor numbers. See full information about your visit on the website at https://www.life.org.uk

Northumberland

Whitehouse Farm – is being transformed for an awesome Halloween Spooktacular event! If you’re brave enough to visit with all the family and discover fangtastic treats!! When you are looking for a place to go for this half term choose a date between 24th October and 1st November 2020. Enter the fancy dress competition and you could win a gift voucher for best costume! Every day in the Ghostly Grim Grotto attend Magic Merlin’s Spooktacular Show, Magic Steve has a brand new Magic Show, Monster Mash Dance Off and Fancy Dress Competition. Enter the biggest Pumpkin Patch yet to pick your pumpkin to take home and carve. Have a hoot with the Owls and Birds of Prey and get close to a variety of Beastie’s in the Petting Barn. Tickets are available from the website in advance only. https://www.whitehousefarmcentre.co.uk

Belsay Hall – this English Heritage property will be offering frightening fun this week with a spooky trail around the grounds, follow the trail to solve creepy clues and gather round to listen to spooky stories. There’s a frighteningly fun fancy dress competition every day – just come in your scariest outfits to be in with a chance of winning. Entry to the event is included in the standard admission price and tickets must be booked in advance on the website. Opening Saturday 24th to 1st November at 11am until 5pm, places are limited so early booking is a good idea to avoid disappointment. https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/whats-on/belsay-hall—spooky-belsay-hall-24-oct—1-nov-2020/

East Midlands

Derbyshire

Crich Tramway Village – a perfect destination for a half term day out, enjoy the outdoors when you walk along the cobbled streets, take a ride in a heritage tram, go indoors as you wish and embrace the life of a bygone era when you explore the exhibitions and period buildings. Face coverings are required for tram rides and the indoor museum and shops. Opening times during October are Tuesday to Thursday 10am – 4.30pm and Saturday and Sunday, 10am – 5.30pm. Find full information and advance tickets at https://www.tramway.co.uk

Nottinghamshire

National Justice Museum – book your tickets online for the Kid’s Ghost Hunter Tour on selected days between 23rd October to 31st October for some half term hoots and fearsome fun. Catch the pesky ghosts this at the Nottingham city centre museum when it becomes a hive of paranormal activity. Are you brave enough to help the over-worked Ghost Hunter catch the pesky ghosts which are causing mayhem throughout the museum? Tickets in advance at £6.95 per person and the tour is recommended ages 5-10 years lasting approximately 1 hour. https://www.nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk/event/kids-ghost-hunter-tours/

Lincolnshire

Pink Pig Farm – Start planning kids activities for this coming October half term holiday, Pink Pig Farm are having their Pumpkin Festival event from Saturday 24th October to Sunday 1st November. Head down to the farm and pick your own pumpkin from the ‘pumpkin patch’. Push a cute wheelbarrow to take your pumpkin back to the carving tables and carve a way (with help of course). Then visit Windle the witch to make a magic potion and race some real life maggots!! Run around the farm collecting clues to win a chocolate frog. Advance Tickets are available on the website at https://www.pinkpigfarm.co.uk

Northamptionshire

West Lodge Farm Park – try the Pumpkin Patch Experience from Saturday 17th October until Saturday 31st October, tickets are selling fast for the spooky activities so book your creepy day out without delay. Collect your Pumpkin Passport on arrival. Choose a pumpkin from the Pumpkin patch, head to the carving barn where you can sketch out a scary face. One of the Perfect Pumpkin Carvers will carve out your face ready for you to take home complete with tea light! Then head straight to wand making and visit Daisy the Witch’s House! Plus there’s loads of spooky activities to keep you entertained. Walk (or run) through the Spooky walkway, book on to one of the spooky tractor rides and watch a ghost story in the display barn. https://westlodgeruralcentre.co.uk/events/

Leicestershire

Twycross Zoo – Plan ahead and fill the half term school holidays with great things to do with the kids. Save a day for a visit to Twycross Zoo, choose from the dates Saturday 24th until Sunday 1st November. There will be family fun around the zoo that will be suitable for all ages. The activities include the Singing Pumpkins, Witchly Come Dancing, Finders Keepers spooky trail, Broomstick Training, Scary Tales, Witches Show, Ghosts of Madagascar and a Trick or Treat Trail. Lots to keep your little monsters occupied! All activities are free with your entry ticket but time slots must be booked. Check the website for all details and book your tickets in advance. https://twycrosszoo.org/events/

West Midlands

Herefordshire

Spooky Goodrich Castle – A fun day out near Ross-on-Wye for young ghouls and their families from 24th October to 1st November. Solve the creepy clues as you follow the trail around the atmospheric castle and listen to scary stories. Arrive in Halloween costume ready to join in the daily fancy dress competition. https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/goodrich-castle/

Shropshire

Pumpkinfest at Park Hall the Countryside Experience – Dress up and head to Park Hall near Oswestry. From 17th October until 1st November, there will be a spooky scarecrow trail and haunted farm area to explore, daily fancy dress competitions and pumpkins to take home as well as all the usual activities. https://www.parkhallfarm.co.uk/

Staffordshire

Halloween Spook-tacular at the National Forest Adventure Farm – Broomstick training for young witches and wizards, pumpkin picking, Mummy Maze Hunt, outdoor adventure play, animals and more! Start planning your hair-raising day out near Burton upon Trent on selected dates from 10th October to 1st November. https://www.adventurefarm.co.uk/

Scarefest at Alton Towers Resort – Experience your favourite rides in the dark, check in at the CBeebies Land Monster Ball, dance with The Alton Ancestors and pluck up your courage for The Alton Towers Dungeon! Available from 9th to 11th October and 16th October to 1st November, this annual event has thrills and frights for all ages. https://www.altontowers.com/

Warwickshire

Rocket-Fuelled Half Term at the British Motor Museum – Join in the Where’s Wally? Spooky Museum Search and win a spooky bookmark for Halloween! Visitors can also enjoy a rocket-themed science show and take a family tour during October half term. Check the website for the timetable of activities so you don’t miss anything. https://www.britishmotormuseum.co.uk/

The Haunted Castle at Warwick Castle – The witches, wizards and ghosts of Warwick Castle are inviting families to visit Warwick from 24th October to 1st November. A great Halloween adventure awaits with eerie tales, Horrible Histories Maze, trail through the Haunted Hollows, spellbinding live shows and spooky characters. https://www.warwick-castle.com/

West Midlands

Freddo’s Haunted Mansion Show at Cadbury World – Can you help Freddo uncover the mystery ghost? Treat the family to a day out in Birmingham, learn all about chocolate, from its origins in the Aztec jungle to how it is made today, and enjoy this new spooktacular live stage show from 17th October to 1st November. https://www.cadburyworld.co.uk/

Hocus Pocus: Halloween Boat Trips with Dudley Canal & Tunnel Trust – Board a magical boat taking passengers into an underground kingdom, the home of strange creatures, wizards and witches! Add to the atmosphere by arriving in Halloween costume. Book tickets early to avoid disappointment. Trips run on 29th, 30th and 31st October. https://www.dudleycanaltrust.org.uk/

Worcestershire

Ghost Trains at the Severn Valley Railway – The perfect Halloween treat, Ghost Trains will leave Kidderminster Station on 29th, 30th and 31st October and pass through haunted stations on the way to Arley, home of the living dead. Beware, the eerie goings-on may not only be outside the windows… https://www.svr.co.uk/

Spooky Spectacular at the West Midland Safari Park – With illuminated themed scarecrows and lots of pumpkins decorating the park, families can look forward to a great Halloween atmosphere from 10th October to 1st November. Have a go at the new scratchcard trail The Mystery of the Pumpkin Thief and earn yourself a sweet treat. https://www.wmsp.co.uk

East of England

Cambridgeshire

A Spooktacular Halloween Weekend at Cambridge Science Centre – Book a session in advance between the 31st October and the 1st November, for some ghoulish slime making, some screamingly-good Halloween demonstrations and a mix of other spooky activities! http://www.cambridgesciencecentre.org/

Scarewell at Sacrewell! – Are you brave enough to go on the Spooky Mill Walk, hunt the Spooks in the Maze of Mystery and visit the Witches Dell down by the Mill Pond? There’s chocolate making and pumpkin carving as well. Held from the 24th October to the 1st November. https://www.sacrewell.org.uk/

Essex

Halloween Special at Audley End Miniature Railway – Hop onboard the Halloween Train for a one way journey to the witches’ house in the woods! Once off the train there’s more fun with William the woodland Wizard, Herbert the talking house and the great adventure play area. Held from the 24th October to the 1st November.  https://www.audley-end-railway.co.uk/

HalloweenFest at Barleylands – Celebrate Halloween during half term, from the 24th November to the 1st October, at this lovely farm park! Take part in activities such as pumpkin painting, broomstick making, spells and potions storytime, creepy crawlies and more! Advance booking required. https://www.barleylands.co.uk/

Spooky Audley End – Book your tickets for some fabulously spooky fun from the 24th October to the 1st November. Solve the creepy clues along the trail and enter the fun fancy dress competition. Included in the standard admission ticket. Book your tickets in advance. https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/audley-end-house-and-gardens/

Shriek Week at Colchester Zoo – This wonderful zoo will be turning rather spooky during the Halloween and half term week! There’s lots to do, with pumpkin carving, dinosaurs, the Witches Coven and Pirate Chester’s Trail! Held from the 24th October to the 1st November, pre-booking is essential. https://www.colchester-zoo.com/

Norfolk

A-scarium at SEA LIFE Great Yarmouth – From the 17th October to the 1st November your help is needed to find the sea witches’ missing potion ingredients and solve a riddle to earn a special Halloween treat. Just who will you spot lurking in the darkest depths! Advance booking is required. https://www.visitsealife.com/great-yarmouth/

Dippy’s Halloween Days at Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure – Enjoy lots of wonderful Halloween fun at this great Dinosaur Adventure Park. Dippy is busy creating lots of spooky fun for everyone to enjoy, like Halloween trails, eerie mazes, creepy creations and surprises! Held from the 24th October to the 1st November. https://www.roarrdinosauradventure.co.uk/

Eerie Explorers at Pensthorpe Natural Park – Go on the rather eerie trail and discover a grim and gruesome side of nature, from creepy crawlies to sinister sounds. There are also creepy crafts to make and a Sculpture Trail around the reserve to enjoy. Pre-booking is essential for this event which is held from the 22nd October to the 1st November. https://www.pensthorpe.com/

Suffolk

Halloween Half Term Fun at Easton Farm Park – From the 24th October to the 1st November families can go on the Spooky Trail, make a wand and a broomstick and complete the creepy quiz! Leave time to visit all the lovely animals too. You might even be able to give a bunny a hug! https://www.eastonfarmpark.co.uk/

Halloweenies at Kentwell – Join in the fun at this school of sorcery, held from the 24th October to the 1st November. There’s lots of spooky fun, aimed at children aged 3 to 14 years and their families. Why not go in fancy dress to get into the Halloween spirit! Remember to book your tickets in advance. https://www.kentwell.co.uk/

South West

Bristol

Blood-thirsty Pirates at Bristol Aquarium – Underwater ghouls and the Aquarium’s very own blood-thirsty resident pirate will be waiting for visitors from 24th to 1st November! This pirate-themed Halloween celebration for families also offers the chance to discover the history of piracy and the meaning behind the skull and crossbones flag. https://www.bristolaquarium.co.uk/

Gloucestershire

Spooktacular Halloween Fun at Berkeley Castle – Meet Henry VIII along with his two beheaded wives, hear the tales of Grim the Executioner and dodge the gaoler who is hunting new inmates for his dungeon. Find out about Tudor medicine from the healer, or is she really a witch? Join in All Hallows Week activities from 25th to 28th October. https://www.berkeley-castle.com/

Somerset

Halloween at Wookey Hole – Perfect day out for all fans of Halloween this October half term! Admission tickets include a variety of attractions, from the Witch in her Grotto, the terrifying new Ghost Train and Chilling Crazy Mirrors to the show caves, Haunted Pirate Island Adventure Golf and animatronic dinosaurs. https://www.wookey.co.uk/

Halloween Trail at Hestercombe Gardens – What mysterious concoction is Mrs Bampfylde brewing up in her cauldron? Take the kids to Hestercombe Gardens near Taunton on selected dates from 24th October to 1st November and follow the Coplestone and the Peculiar Potions trail in search of special ingredients for the potion. https://www.hestercombe.com/

Where’s Wally? Spooky Museum Search at the Roman Baths – Plan a day out in Bath at the magnificent Roman Baths from 9th October to 1st November and join the hunt for the popular character in the red-and-white-striped shirt. Find the letters hidden beside mini Wally standees and spell out a scary phrase to win your I found Wally bookmark. https://www.romanbaths.co.uk/

Wiltshire

Pumpkins at Roves Farm – Half-term seasonal fun on the farm with PYO pumpkins, daily fancy dress competitions, pumpkin carving, friendly animals, music time, animal racing, outdoor play, autumn I-Spy activity on the nature trail and more! Celebrate Halloween with a family day out near Swindon from 23rd October to 1st November. https://rovesfarm.co.uk/

Cornwall

Spooky Pendennis Castle – Included in your standard admission ticket and held from the 24th October to the 1st November, there’s lots of fiendishly good fun to take part in. There’s also a fancy dress competition each day! Get into the spirit of things and dress up in your scariest Halloween outfit. https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/pendennis-castle/

Devon

Go Batty at Kents Cavern Prehistoric Caves – Calling all little witches, ghouls, wizards and ghosts to take part in the fun at this great venue in Devon. Can you find the pumpkins in the caves and the Bats in the woodland? Held from the 24th October to the 1st November. Book your tickets online. https://www.kents-cavern.co.uk/

Halloween Happenings at World of Country Life – Put on a scary Halloween costume and head off to enjoy all the fun! Go on the Halloween Trail, have a go at pumpkin carving and say happy Halloween to all the lovely animals. There’s a fancy dress competition each day as well! https://www.worldofcountrylife.co.uk/

Dorset

A-scarium at Weymouth SEA LIFE Adventure Park – From the 17th October to the 1st November your help is needed to find the sea witches’ missing potion ingredients and solve a riddle to earn a special Halloween treat. Just who will you spot lurking in the darkest depths! Advance booking is required. https://www.visitsealife.com/weymouth/

Halloween Family Fun at Nothe Fort – Expect some ghoulish goings on at Nothe Fort from the 24th to the 21st October! There’s no need to book but remember your face coverings, which are required for when you take part in some tours and activities. This fun event is suitable for all the family. https://nothefort.org.uk/

South East

Berkshire

Brick or Treat at LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort – Take your little monsters to join Lord Vampyre for a spooktacular day of seasonal activities on selected dates from 15th October until 8th November. Look forward to scary characters, a trail, live shows and over 50 rides in a wonderland filled with pumpkins. https://www.legoland.co.uk/

Hallo’welly’ween at Wellington Country Park – Halloween fun near Reading in October half term. Perfect for ages up to eight years and their families, Wellington Country Park’s season finale features a variety of activities including a slightly spooky train ride, haunted crafts and a witches hunt. Booking opens on Friday 16th October. https://wellingtoncountrypark.co.uk/

Oxfordshire

Spooky Science Family Open Days at Science Oxford Centre – Trainee wizards and their grown ups will have a great time with secret experiments and spooky science activities such as making flying frights above the air table! Outside will be a pumpkin trail through the forbidden forest. Book a session on 27th, 28th, 29th or 31st October. https://scienceoxford.com/

Hampshire

Gruesome Garden Trail at Exbury Gardens – Have lots of fun as you head to the Rock Garden which has been turned into a spooky graveyard! Suitable for all ages, look out for witches, ghosts and monsters! Included in the price of admission. Held from the 26th October to the 1st November. https://www.exbury.co.uk/

It’s Frightfully Fun at Longdown Activity Farm – With so much to see and do, children will be spoiled for choice during the week of the 24th to the 31st October. Extra special activities will be held on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. Look out for guest appearances from Crazy M! https://longdownfarm.co.uk/

Kent

Halloween Half Term Fun at The Hop Farm Family Park – Dress up in your best Halloween fancy dress and enjoy a spook-tastic feast of fun for the half term holidays. There are also children’s rides, a wonderful animal farm and more! Book your tickets for the 24th of October to the 1st of November. https://thehopfarm.co.uk/

Halloween App Trail at Leeds Castle – Get out into the lovely fresh air and explore the grounds of this beautiful castle while you scan codes and complete the Halloween themed activity trail! Included in your price of admission. Held from the 24th October to the 1st of November. Advance booking is essential. https://www.leeds-castle.com/

Sussex

Halloween Happy Hauntings at Fishers Adventure Farm Park – From the 24th October to the 1st November all the family can enjoy a fangtasticly spooky day out! Be prepared for a monstrous week of treats, tricks and fun, if you dare! Remember to book your tickets online and well in advance. https://fishersfarmpark.co.uk/

Surrey

Wizards and Witches Week at Bocketts Farm Park – Enjoy a fully packed programme of fun and freaky activities, including a Spooky Quiz Trail, Science and Slime Shows and even a creepy Reptile Roadshow! There’s lots of fun for everyone. Online booking is essential due to limited visitor capacity. Held from the 24th October to the 1st November. https://www.bockettsfarm.co.uk/

Halloween Spooktacular at Birdworld – This beautiful bird park will be themed with witches, ghosts, ghouls and more, to celebrate Halloween on the wild side! Enjoy a great day out from the 21st October to the 1st of November. Spend time with the incredible array of birds and animals on site. https://birdworld.co.uk/

Isle of Wight

Frights and Sprites at Blackgang Chine – Take part in all the spooky Halloween and half term activities, with a live performance, a disco, ghostly characters and lots of Gremlins! Held on the following dates – October 19th to the 23rd and the 26th to the 31st. https://blackgangchine.com

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