Halloween Events in the Cotswolds
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There are some very spooky Halloween events taking place across the Cotswolds this October…
October 23 – November 1
With four scare attractions and a host of live entertainment, the Frightmare Halloween Festival at Over Farm in Gloucester is one of the spookiest events taking place in the Cotswolds this October. Everyone who arrives in fancy dress will be given a gift and there is also a cash prize for the best carved pumpkin.
October 19 – November 4
Skeleton mazes, ghoulish ghost trains and creepy crawlies – what more could you ask for during creepy Halloween celebrations? And for the truly fearless, there are after-dark Ghoulish Torchlight Tours. Good luck!
Deswall Court Halloween PartyOctober 31
In the deepest, darkest Herefordshire countryside, Deswall Court will be holding a spine-chilling, fancy dress party where guests can expect a seasonal menu with Halloween flair from BBC chef Valentine Warner. The event is adults only and tickets must be purchased beforehand.
October 24 – November 1
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There is a super sinister itinerary of events taking place at the mysterious Blenheim Palace this autumn. From ghost trains and pumpkin trails, to spooky storytelling and seasonal themed crafts, miniature ghoulish guests have plenty to enjoy this Halloween.
Halloween Spooktacular at the Boathouse
October 26 – 31
Pittville Park is witnessing ghostly goings on this October as Halloween Spooktacular is now in full swing. There will be scary bones treasure hunting, ghoulish ghost story telling and the Niggles Magic Show. All ages are welcome and there will something for everyone to enjoy.
October 21 – November 1
Take the eerie trail around the farm and overcome the various spooky challenges, tasks and puzzles ahead of you. There are prizes for all who take part and hot chocolates and refreshments at the end. Make sure you pack your walking boots and expect mud!
All aboard the steam and scream train for your chance to meet the ‘wicked witch of Winchcombe,’ take part in a Halloween quiz and visit the ‘Imaginarium’. Make sure you wear your spookiest costumes as there will be a prize for the best dressed.
October 26 – 31
In the run up to Halloween, there will be blood curdling magic shows, ghoulish ghost tours and marvellous magic shows. On the big day itself guests can expect Horrid Henry’s History Shows, face-painting and spectacular carved pumpkin displays across the Castle grounds.