Halloween Events across the UK – The spookiest places to spend your Halloween!
Too ghoul for a haunted house? We have you covered…
With less than one week until Halloween, we wanted to help you make the most of this haunting holiday!
26th October 2017
Halloween Afternoon Tea
Royal Lancaster London
If you love Halloween but not necessarily getting chased by a clown in a haunted house, try having Halloween themed tea! Inspired by 1960s horror films, all of the treats are in black and white hues… Let us know if they taste as good as it looks!
27th October 2017
Scare Kingdom Scream Park
Scare Kingdom Scream Park returns for its ninth year of fear with a brand new spate of scare attractions and experiences for daring families and thrill-seeking adrenaline junkies. If you’re over the age of 18 and feeling courageous, enter the Psychomanteum Resurrection attraction.
28th October 2017
Join the annual Halloween fright night at Blists Hill Victorian Town. Wander the streets, shops and houses which will be transformed into eerie places filled with ghosts, ghouls and monsters.
29th October 2017
Go to Manchester’s two-day free festival and enjoy a haunted maze, trick or treat trail, creepy carnival, gothic catwalk show and a pop-up cinema! Choose from Hotel Transylvania, Hocus Pocus, Ghostbusters, The Witches and The Addams Family.
30th October 2017
Over Farm’s Frightmare
If the thought of zombies, ghosts and creepy clowns lurking in a dark farm ready to pounce doesn’t freak you out, then Over Farm’s Frightmare is your perfect attraction.
31st October 2017
Said to be the scariest castle in the UK, are you brave enough? Expect the unexpected as you step into the Little Castle to unearth spine tingling stories of its paranormal past. Built on an ancient burial ground, Bolsover is one of England's most haunted sites with unexplained happenings, dark secrets and ghostly goings on.
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