Hallowe'en at Brockhampton Estate

The house in a sepia tone, looking spooky!

With over 600 years of history and a spooky ruined chapel, what better way to spend the Hallowe'en half term than at Brockhampton Estate?

Over the half term we’ve incorporated the Hallowe'en festivities into the grounds of Brockhampton. Join us on Tuesday 30 October for Broomstick making outside the manor. Back by popular demand, Really Rural will be in the gardens with natural materials ready to teach you how to make your very own witch’s broomstick.

There's lots of autumn fun to be had at Brockhampton!
A young boy lay down on a pile of leaves
There's lots of autumn fun to be had at Brockhampton!

For those who prefer to keep their feet firmly on the ground, we have a Spooky Halloween family trail which runs from Saturday 27 October to Sunday 4 November. Follow the trail to discover the meaning of Hallowe'en and learn how it has been celebrated throughout time. 

Following a trail at Brockhampton Estate
Following a trail at Brockhampton Estate
Following a trail at Brockhampton Estate