Dare to join us for Hallowe'en fun

Enjoy Hallowe'en with us and experience spine-chilling thrills at houses and castles across England, Wales and Northern Ireland with terrifying tales to tell.

From eerie trails and spooky story-telling to fearsome face painting and frightening fancy dress, there’s something to give the whole family the jitters.

Here’s a spooktacular selection of Hallowe'en events on offer at our places:

    Jumping jack-o'-lanterns and Terrifying tales

    Lyme Park, Cheshire
    Terrifying tales in the cage, 2 November, 12pm, 1.30pm and 2.30pm

    Get in touch with your inner goblin this Halloween at Lyme Park. Are you brave enough to follow the spooky trail around Crow Wood and seek out creepy crawlies and spooky crows? There’s also the chance to try out lantern carving in the Timber Yard (age 6+) or have knee knocking, spine chilling fun in the medieval cage, with tales told by a professional storyteller.

    Normal admission charges apply, ticket charge £4 per child for lantern carving and £2 per child for terrifying tales.
    Booking is essential for the terrifying tales event, please book tickets through the website or by calling 0844 249 1895.

    Hallowe'en trails

    Enjoy Hallowe'en with us on one of our eerie trails:

    Crow wood spooky trail, Lyme Park, Cheshire, 21 October-3 November, 11am-3pm
    Hallowe'en half term trails, Attingham Park, Shropshire, 26 October-3 November,10am-4pm
    Spooky pumpkin trail, Dunster Castle, Somerset, 26 October-3 November,11am-3pm
    Witches and wizards potion trail, Lacocky Abbey, Fox Talbot Museum and Village, Wiltshire, 26 October-3 November,10.30am-5.30pm
    Scary Hallowe'en trail, Sheringham Park, Norfolk, 26 October-3 November, 10am-4.15pm
    Pumpkin trail, Stowe, Buckinghamshire, 26 October-3 November, 10am-6pm
    Half-term children's Hallowe'en trails, Treasurer's House, North Yorkshire, 26 October-3 November, 11am-4.30pm (closed Fridays)