Cumbria – 26-31 October
Owls swoop and ghouls loom at this haunted keep in the midst of the Lake District. Step into the Ghostly Grotto and prepare for a scare at the Monster Cabaret.
Bristol – 27 October
Can you unravel the mystery at Bristol Museum and Art Gallery? Get together for a hair-raising night, collecting clues to solve the murder.
Northumberland – 21-29 October
Listen to fearsome storytellers and walk a haunted trail, discovering the dark and gruesome history of Warkworth Castle, one of northern England’s eeriest medieval fortresses.
Cheshire – 21-29 October
The Old Hall at Tatton Park is thought to be one of the most haunted buildings in England. Unearth ghostly creatures in the Secret Garden, play ‘I Spy’ in the Mansion and get lost in the twists and turns of the Mystery Maze.
Isle of Wight – 21-29 October
Follow Victorian ghost hunters through the shadowy graveyard of this island castle, and try your hand at creepy crafts. Each day there is a prize for the most frightening Halloween costume, so be sure to dress to scare.
6. Creepy Crathes Castle
Aberdeenshire – 28-31 October
Explore the haunted rooms of this sixteenth century castle on a guided ghost tour which comes with a warning; this is not for the faint-hearted. For those less keen on being given the heebie-jeebies, there is also an outdoor woodland screening of the family friendly film ‘Casper’
County Down – 21-22 October
Discover a ghostly trail winding through the misty greenery of Rowallane Gardens, transform yourself into a monster with scary face painting and carve a creepy pumpkin to ward off the evil spirits.
Gwynedd – 21-31 October
Can you solve the mystery of Rook Wood before it’s too late? Take part in the family friendly mystery trail, create creepy Halloween crafts and listen to spooky storytellers.
Aberystwyth, 27-29 October
This haunted train ride leaves Aberystwyth at 6pm for a trip around the valley to Devil's Bridge, returning at 9:30pm. Fancy dress is encouraged, with a prize given to the best children's costume. Tickets cost £28 for adults and £13 for kids, including a Halloween feast, entertainment during the journey, and a children's goodie bag.
London, 19 October - 4 November, daily
The Tea Break Theatre company have special performances of Bram Stoker's Dracula, especially for grown-ups at Halloween. It's an immersive experience performed around the house, and costs £16 for adults and £14 for concessions.
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