Hear about the creepy critters that come out to play at night as Ham House explores Halloween and harvest this October half term. For the bravest among us there's spooky fireside stories in the afternoons and family ghost tours in the evenings.
Put your pumpkin carving skills to the test at Morden Hall Park this October half term. When you've finished your marvelous and monstrous masterpiece, take on the scarecrow trail and a harvest hay bale maze.
Wander the walled gardens of Fenton House this October half-term and search of pumpkin pals hidden among the orchard and formal gardens. Settle around for spooky storytelling and arts and crafts activity.
Halloween is in full swing in the South East this half-term with ghoulish and ghastly activities for the whole family to enjoy. With autumn providing the backdrop, you can also appreciate the wonders of the natural world as our houses, parks and garden embrace this spectacular season with a host of family-friendly events.
From the UK's largest horse-chestnut tree at Hughenden in Buckinghamshire, to adventures among red squirrels on the Mottistone Estate, on the Isle of Wight, autumn wouldn't be complete without a traditional game of conkers for your little ones.