Enjoy Family Fun, Freaky Films & Spooky Afternoon Teas this Halloween



The leaves are changing. The nights are drawing in. There's a seasonable chill in the air once again. This can only mean one thing... Halloween is on its way.

The spookiest time of year is but weeks away now, as we head swiftly into autumn. While things might be a little different this year, there's still all sorts of exciting things you can get up to, if celebrating Halloween is on your agenda.

Why not whip out the face paint, don your favourite creepy costume and book yourself a treat? We've got something for everyone! Whether that means enjoying toe-curlingly terrifying films, sitting down for a themed afternoon tea with friends and family, or heading out with the little monsters in your clan for a day out as a family.

The Luna Drive In Cinema Presents Halloween

Are you afraid of the dark and things that go bump in the night? Or are you brave enough to handle the ultimate spooky Drive-In Experience this Halloween? The Luna Drive In Cinema will be taking Drive In back to its horror roots with a season of both terrifying and not-so-scary movies for Halloween at Allianz Park in North London and Thorpe Park, Surrey throughout October!

See blood-thirsty serial killers in Saw and A Nighmare On Elm Street, terrifying haunted houses in The Conjuring, Hereditary, and The Shining and cult favourites The Blair Witch Project, and Shaun of the Dead - to name just a few! Or if you're looking for something family-friendly and suitable for all ages, catch Hocus Pocus, The Addams Family, Goosebumps and Ghostbusters on the big screen. Come dressed up as your favourite wicked witch or wild werewolf to be in with a chance of winning a special prize – all treats and no tricks!

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Halloween at Waddesdon Manor

This October half-term head to Waddesdon Manor in Buckinghamshire for a spooky Halloween adventure for the whole family. Discover creatures of the night along a terrifying trail, get crafty and carve a pumpkin or sink your fangs into some ghoulish treats with a spooky afternoon tea. On your visit you can also explore the gardens, meet exotic birds in the Aviary and run wild in the Woodland Playground.

All visitors must book in advance. We recommend you book your Halloween activities, shuttle bus tickets or premium parking space with your grounds admission online.

Charges for activities and spooky afternoon teas apply.

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Halloween Events at English Heritage Sites

Grab your broomsticks for a ghoulishly great day out! There's a whole range of Halloween events taking place at English Heritage sites across the country this October. Kids and families can head to historic places this Halloween half term. See spooky storytelling, take part in creepy crafts and trick or treat themed trails at a number of castles, abbeys and houses.

Come nightfall... are you brave enough? Dare to explore some of the country's eeriest castles and discover the darker side of history.

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The Village Screen's Halloween Special

This October, The Village Screen is popping up at the spectacular Peak Cavern cave for a Halloween special. Cinema-goers can enjoy street food by local legends in the car park area before meandering through the village of Castleton and taking their seats inside the cave for the DJ and a film of their choice.

See classic films - both family friendly, and for the fearless - Beetlejuice, IT (2017), Addams Family Values, US and Hocus Pocus, all in a stunning location like no other!

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Sarah is the Digital Marketing Manager at See Tickets, and a Journalism graduate from the University of Portsmouth. Life-long music lover, cat fanatic, and advocate for the physical format, you'll often find her front and centre at gigs and festivals across the UK and beyond.

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