Autumn half-term happenings at Attingham Park

Pumpkin carving at Attingham Park

Head on down to Attingham this October half-term for autumn fun with a Hallowe'en twist. Explore Attingham as the leaves fall and rich reds, greens, ambers and yellows can be seen across the park this half-term, from Saturday 27 October to Sunday 4 November.

Saturday 27 October - Sunday 4 November: Visit Attingham's Woollen Woods

Experience Hall-'wool'-e'en in a completely different light this year and visit our first  Attingham Woollen Woods as crafted creatures take over a section of the Mile Walk. Or even better- help us create the trail by sending in some of your own fibre creations (guidance on this and ideas of what to craft will be uploaded shortly). For more information visit the What's on event listing for Woollen Woods here.

Woollen Woods will remain in place until Friday 30 November but  location and variety of creatures may change within this time.

Monday 29 and Tuesday 30 October: Pumpkin carving

Try your hand at making a traditional decoration to welcome or scare off those Hallowe’en visitors; what will you carve? A face, a shape, or something more spooky? Booking is essential for pumpkin carving which will be taking place on Monday 29 and Tuesday 30 October from 11am to 3pm, at timed intervals from 10.30am to 3pm and costs £5 per pumpkin (including LED tea-light candle). You can book your ticket online here.

Standard admission charges will also apply for non-members of the National Trust, for these events. For more information on all our events taking place throughout the year visit our What's On page here.