Spooky Warwickshire Events for Halloween
Looking for things to do in Warwickshire this Halloween? We have you covered. Here is a selection of suitably spooky goings-on, for all ages…
On select dates between 20th October – 4th November, you can visit Warwick Castle for a frighteningly good time. Boasting wondrous witches, exclusive Horrible Histories shenanigans and fearsome attractions, this is one event you can take the whole family to. Choose your own level of scare – from Scaredy Squire to Daring Duke or a Brave Knight, you can enjoy Dead Centre Stage and The Witches Tower right through to Escape Rooms, Fire Jousts and Seances and Dungeons. How brave do you feel this Halloween? Ticket prices vary.
Let your little ones’ imagination run wild as they transform willow and hazel sticks into spooky lanterns. Materials will be provided but be sure to wear old clothes due to the messy nature of the task! Suitable for children age 5 and above all you need to do is head to Kingsbury Water Park on the 1st November. Participation costs £4 per child. It’s a delightful spot for an autumnal walk afterwards, too.
Warwick Castle has made the list twice – and for good reason. Fright Nights returns with a series of special ghost walks and a midnight seance in a truly haunted location. This isn’t for the faint hearted! Expect a costumed Ghost Tour of Warwick Castle, access to ghost hunting equipment, experiments and much more. With over 1000 years of history the castle is the perfect place to spend Halloween. Prices start at £30 with various dates available. If you are brave enough you can even sleep over…
On 27th October your little ones can enjoy for this annual event in a family friendly atmosphere. The Yard will be decorated, and everyone can come along in costume. Carve a pumpkin or two and use it to decorate your home in time for the 31st. Debbie and Andy Chowdry will be on hand to help with carving – there will even be face painting. Guided tours, a mouse trail, films and refreshments all feature. Entry is free.
Few other Warwick hotels have such history or heritage as Wroxall Abbey. Why not attend one of the above spooky events, and then brave our property on All Hallows Eve?