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  • Writer's pictureKelly

Blogtober day 8 ~ Halloween events for families in the UK

Updated: Feb 19, 2020

2019 sees the return of some Fang – tastic events, we always try to find something that all of us will enjoy and in the past that has been a certain open air museum in the North East. But we are always on the lookout for something different. We have put together a list of what we think are the best Halloween family friendly events.


  1. Beamish Open Air Museum – Halloween evenings. Tickets for this event always sells out quickly. TICKETS STILL AVAILABLE FOR WED 23RD ONLY. ‘Experience a spooktacular evening of tricks and treats as Beamish is transformed into The Un-living Museum of the North.’

  1. Frightwater valley ‘ From family-friendly scares to truly terrifying encounters there’s something for Halloween fans of all ages at Frightwater Valley!’

  1. York maze HalloTWEEN (10 – 15) Daytime only. ‘ Venture into a new dimension of spine tingling fun as we open 3 of our infamous scare houses during the daytime for all fearless 10-15 year olds and adults of a more nervous disposition… ‘

  1. Scarefest Alton Towers ‘ Whether you’re looking for family spooks full of fun, or unexpected spine-tingling frights – there’s a perfect scare-level for everyone!’

  1. Alnwick Garden Ghoulish Garden (daytime) ‘ Join us this Halloween for a family fun filled Ghoulish Garden. There are spooky trails, creepy crafts and frights galore. ‘

  1. Blair Drummond Safari Park Hallowild ‘ The Tomb! An indoor haunted walk-through with 3D special effects Safari tent with Halloween activities, magic shows and slime-making Pumpkin patch  (pumpkins are £3 each) Outdoor trick-or-treat trail Full admission to the Safari Park’ 

  1. Drayton Manor More Treat than Trick ‘ fang-tastic fun family activities and eerie entertainment this October half term’

  1. Chessington Howl’o’ween ‘ hair-raising fun for all the family, untangle the web of lies with the launch of our brand new attraction, Spyders, plus the return of award-winning Creepy Caves Unearthed – Chessington’s scariest attraction yet.’

  1. Legoland Windsor – Brick Or Treat ‘Fun Halloween activities to dig your fangs into, including build your own LEGO® or DUPLO® pumpkins in our giant pumpkin patch, a costume competition in Miniland’

  1. Tanfield Ghost Train – Perfect for the younger ones. Dare you take a trip on the Tanfield Ghost Train?

Do you do anything special for Halloween?



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