Halloween Treats For Families

Discover our selection of treats you won’t want to miss this Halloween. Fun family activities from face-painting, trick-or-treating, pumpkin carving, spooky trails and more. Read on to find an event near you this Halloween.

halloween at Paradise Wildlife Park

Paradise Wildlife Park, Hertfordshire

Visit Paradise Wildlife Park this October half term for Howl-o-ween! Kick starting from the 21st October with Wolf Night, a whole week’s worth of spooky animal fun until the 31st October. Throughout the half term, try the #fabzoolus Howl-o-ween hunt, explore Wolves Woodland Walk with a free wolf mask, get creative with Pumpkin carving at Pump’King’ of the Jungle station and get up close and personal with creepy crawly animals at the Creepy Critters show. Kids can also join Team Paradise and go crazy with them in their Spooktacular dance and games performances. More…

Halloween at Wellington

Wellington Country Park, Berkshire

The Welly Spooktacular week is back for 2017! Each day there will be spooky shows and activities for kids to get involved in. From watching Big Foot to seeing the Monster’s ‘Mischief and Magic Show’, getting a wickedly wonderful face painting or trying out some pumpkin carving, there will be something for everyone. The activities run from Saturday 21st – Sunday 29th October from 10.30am. Please visit the site for more information and to book your day ticket.  More…

owl at birdworld

Birdworld, Surrey

Feel your hair stand on end and a shiver down your spine as you walk through the creepy corridors of Birdworld’s unique Halloween Grotto. Grotto open from Saturday 21st – Sunday 29th October with no booking required. Then between Monday 23rd to Friday 27th make specially themed arts and crafts, take part in face painting (additional charges apply), follow a spooky activity trail and take a ride on the park’s Halloween Train!

Don’t forget you can use our 25% discount for entrance to Birdworld, the Halloween Grotto is included in admission. More…

child with crafts

Roman Baths, Somerset

An alternative to spooky Halloween fun means fitting in a family outing to the Roman Baths during October half term. The kids will have a great time with two special activities and learn lots along the way too! As part of Museums Week, 21st – 29th October, children can get creative by making a Roman actor’s mask. Not only is it Museums Week over October half term but it’s Museums at Night as well! Take the kids along to take part in fun activities with the Children’s University on 26th October from 6pm to 8pm. There will be plenty to investigate and discover. More…

halloween at pleasurewood hills

Pleasurewood Hills, Suffolk

This Halloween, enjoy spooky family fun at Pleasurewood Hills. Join Woody and friends for a chillingly great time from 21st – 29th October from 10am. Activities and attractions include Woody’s Spooktacular Shows in the Castle Theatre, pumpkin carving, trick or treat and Pleasurewood’s famous fireworks display on Saturday 28th October. Book online now. More…

girl dressed as witch feeding sheep

Kent Life, Kent

A spookfest is guaranteed for all little monsters in October half-term (21st – 31st October) with weird and wonderful goings-on at Kent Life Heritage Farm Park’s Halloween Spooktacular. Brave the creepy crawlies, take a terrifying tractor ride and search for friendly ghouls on the wooden hunt. Show off your artistic skills with pumpkin carving or join in with the daily fancy dress competition. On 25th October, you can explore more spooky sights with Kent Life After Dark, with spine-chilling guided tours by night! Book tickets and find out more…

Halloween at Bewilderwood

BeWILDerwood, Norfolk

Enjoy The Glorious Glowing Lantern Parade from 14th – 29th October and explore the magical woodland, meeting the BeWILDerbats and seeing the spooky decorations in the park. But make sure you stay for dusk, that’s when the real fun begins! Take your beautifully crafted lantern and see BeWILDerwood in a magical light extravaganza! More…

Halloween at Exbury Gardens

Exbury Gardens, Hampshire

Come and Reunite Gilbert the Ghost with his Ancestors of Gardens Past! Hop aboard the spooktacular train and solve the mysterious goings-on round the train track. Solve the witches spell trail, make some creepy crafts in a Haunted Workshop, find all the pumpkins while you explore the gardens and enjoy all the fang-tastic treats in the Tea Rooms. More…

If you were thinking of going to Ripley’s Believe It or Not! London and have booked tickets please click here to see updates on the Piccadilly Circus closure.


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