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Spooky Places to Visit for Halloween

Spooky Places to Visit for Halloween

Unfortunately, the summer is now well over and the dark nights are drawing in but, for one last blast before the clocks go back, why not plan a spooky visit for Halloween?  There’s lots to choose from that are suitable for kids or scarier stuff just for the grown-ups!  Why not have a look at our favourites and see if you fancy any of them?

Ghost Train

The Severn Valley ghost train will be leaving Kidderminster on 27th, 28th and 29th October with lots of spooky treats for the kids as you travel through haunted stations along the line!  Click here for more information.

Alton Towers Scarefest

Another one for the family is the Scarefest at Alton Towers and there will be all sorts of scary events taking place, to suit different age groups.  If you think you are brave enough to pay a visit, check out the website and see what lies in store!

Night Ghosts

Definitely one for the grown-ups! Ever fancied going on a ghost hunt?  If so, this could be just your cup of tea!  St John’s House in Warwickshire will be hosting a ghost hunt on 29th October so for all kinds of ghostly goings-on, click here and see if this will be scary enough!

Haunted Rooms

Maybe you are looking for something a little nearer?  If so, Haunted Rooms has details of Ghost Hunts in haunted places all around the UK and Ireland.  From battlefields to prisons, pubs to graveyards – there’s something here to scare the bravest of brave adults!  If you dare, take a peek via this link.

Spooky London

London has plenty to offer everyone this Halloween, so if you’re going to be in the capital click here for inspiration.  Lots of attractions will have special activities for children during the school half-term and even the animals at London Zoo will be getting in on the act!

Whether you decide to have a Halloween party at home or join in a bigger event, don’t forget to let us know what you’ve been up to and to send us pics of your spooky outfits.

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