On Monday 31st October there will be ghastly goings on in Bath! Also known as Allhalloween, All Hallows’ Eve, or All Saints’ Eve, here is our pick of this year’s Halloween events in and around Bath.
Prior Park Landscape Garden
Dare you discover what ghosts and ghouls haunt Prior Park? Join Prior Park Landscape Garden for their annual Hallowe’en trail. There’ll be creepy crawly spiders roaming around the garden – come along dressed in your spookiest fancy dress and spot them all.
29th October 2016 – 10:00am – 4.30pm
30th October 2016 – 10:00am – 4.30pm
Ralph Allen Drive
£1 per child in addition to usual admission charges
Read more: www.nationaltrust.org.uk
Longleat Safari & Adventure Park – Halloween Festival
Dress up in your scariest costume and join in a host of spell binding activities. Jump aboard the ghoulish ghost train for a chilling tale of days gone by but be warned there might be something waiting for you in the woods. Make sure you don’t go into the maze alone this Halloween, a couple of skeletons have been up to no good.
Don’t miss the Nasty but Nice shows, where you can learn lots of fascinating facts about creepy crawlies or why not visit Dracula in his very own Bat Cave? And of course Halloween wouldn’t be complete without a treat. See if you can solve the Trick or Treat Trail Sheet for a tasty reward.
– Ghost Tours
– Scarecrow Trail
– Ghost Train
– Skeleton Maze
– Nasty But Nice Shows
– Dracula’s Bat Cave
– Trick or Treat Trail
– Spooky face painting.
Daily from Friday 28 October 2016 to Sunday 30 October 2016
Longleat Safari & Adventure Park
Included with a valid All in One Day Ticket or Annual Pass
Read more: www.longleat.co.uk
Halloween Fright Fest at Neston Farm Shop and Kitchen
After the success of their fabulously frightening Halloween event last year Neston Farm Shop and Kitchen are looking forward to an even bigger and better one this year.
– Spooky woodland trail
– Frightening facepainting
– Bouncy castle
– Scary treats and games
– Pumpkin carving
– Creepy Crafts
29th October 2016 – 10:00am – 5:00pm
Neston Farm Shop and Kitchen
Read more: http://www.nestonfarmshop.co.uk
Halloween Fright Fest with Bath Ghost Tours
Each tour lasts around 90 mins, walking through eleven different haunted locations throughout the city. Guests are horrified by gruesome stories, terrified by genuine paranormal experiments and involved in torture and even hangings!
For Halloween, there will ghost tours available from Wednesday the 26th – Monday 31th October 2016 inclusive. On the the night of Halloween itself, Monday 31st, there will be 2 tours available, the usual 7.30pm tour, but also a later special 9.30pm tour! Advanced bookings are highly recommended.
Starting outside Bath Abbey main door.
Adult: £8.00 per ticket
Children/Students: £6.00 per ticket
Read more: www.bathghosttours.com