Who's ready for some half term and Halloween fun around Devon and Exmoor? There's plenty to keep you busy nearby and further afield.
There's lots going on this October half term at Castle Drogo, including a trail around the garden.
Calling all budding witches and wizards for spooky fun this Halloween. Craft activities, story telling and a ghostly garden trail are all on offer at Overbeck's.
As the leaves turn on the trees and the conkers begin to fall there are lots of fun things for families to do at Coleton Fishacre, from den building to cooking on a campfire at half term.
We dare you to go on the trail around the garden and parkland to see if you can spot all of the spooky pumpkin faces - will you find them all?
On 22, 24, 29 and 31 October, you can enter into the house between 12.30pm to 3pm to experience some chilling tales from creepy characters. Will you meet Mr Hyde or Frankenstein himself?
Compton Castle has some mysterious new residents this half term, and we need some monster hunters to help us track them down.
Why not go on a woodland adventure in North Devon this half term? Here are some fun outdoor activities which celebrate this wonderful time of year.
The rangers have all turned to skeletons! Find out what they’re up to on the Halloween trail, join an after-dark walk to Whitelady waterfall with fire torches or get hands on with a practical potions class.
This autumn families can catch falling leaves in the garden, play tennis, complete spotter trails in the house and garden and much more.
Wrap up warm and see the autumn colours on some of our favourite walks in Devon.
Autumn is a fantastic season to get out and about in Devon so here's a list of autumn highlights to help you plan.
Stretch your legs and enjoy the changing colours of North Devon this autumn