Are you looking for things to do with your little monsters this Halloween? Check out our guide to the spookiest events in Devon and Cornwall!
From pumpkin carving and face painting to fright nights and parties… there’s so much for visitors young and old to enjoy this Halloween. Take a look at our guide, below.
Join in with some Witch Crafting and some Spooky Fun in the Play Hive; and don’t forget to try some ghoulishly delicious homemade treats in the cafe. Your little ones will love a visit to this popular attraction…
This Halloween at The Milky Way families are invited to enrol in their very special School For Witches and Wizards – and to dress for the occasion, of course! From Saturday 20th October to Sunday 28th October there’ll be lots of extra Halloween activities to enjoy – all designed to be fun rather than scary! Plus their Witches and Wizards school will also be open from 30th October to 1st November.
Head into North Devon for some Halloween fun and laughter at the BIG Sheep – without scary nightmares. Explore the haunted house and take a tour of our spooky farm on the haunted hayride. Carve your own pumpkin to take home while stocks last, then try your hand at the witches flying school. If you’re really brave why not have a go on their arachnophobia ride?
The Eden Project is at again with another spooktacular line-up of spine-tingling Halloween events. This year you’re invited into a beautiful and mysterious world of mythical beasts! Explore the Beastly Bazaar, enter the Dangerous Animal Zone and discover secret trails and lairs! Most activities are included in the price of your admission ticket.
Camel Creek Adventure Park near Wadebridge will be hosting an abundance of ghoulish activities throughout October Half Term as guests prepare to be tricked and treated. Bursting with ghoulish events and packed with treats; Halloween at Camel Creek is looking spooktacular for the whole family.
Head to Bodmin Jail for an afternoon of fun and frolics for all the family – fancy dress encouraged! Included in your Admission fee is a bat hunt, face painting, a guided tour of the jail the chance to meet the creepy crawlies, reptiles and owls and our cinema room will also be showing kids’ films. Toffee Apples and Apple Bobbing will be available on the day, and the Gift Shop will be open until 6pm.
The mill complex will be decorated for Halloween; staff and volunteers will be in fancy dress; there will be a children’s trail with treats. We’ll be milling on the Thursday and Sundays, plus there might possibly be some scary baking going on!