Halloween is on the way and there’s plenty to keep everyone amused at English Heritage locations!
There are lots of events. Many properties will have a new adventure trail inspired by Cressida Cowell’s best selling Wizards of Once series.
Many sites will be holding a new adventure quest
inspired by Cressida Cowell’s series The Wizards of Once.
You can go on spooky woodland walks after dark(that’s for families, kids must be 5 to 12) and there are lots of events for families. But there are also adults only evening events after dark enabling you to tour spooky historical places.
There are gruesome tales to hear, creepy castles to visit including Berry Pomeroy castle, reputed to be one of the spookiest castles, after dark events (those are for 16+ only) with tales of ghosts and supernatural sightings and the horrors of history!
Discover all about Halloween!
But not only that, English Heritage has got lots of things to discover about Halloween at home such as the history of Halloween. How did Halloween start? Why do we carve pumpkins? How do you carve a Halloween turnip or make a spooky Halloween lantern?
Visit a creepy castle such as Berry Pomeroy!
Halloween activities to do at home
You can make and decorate your own mask with their online guide. There are Halloween recipes so get baking with a creepy theme! And there's the English Heritage online shop, too, with lots to choose from if you’re looking for a gift for someone who adores Halloween or spooky stories or creepy histories!
By the way, there's 15% off Gift and Annual Memberships if you use the code EH2021 - it's valid until 31 December 2021! Join here or give a membership today!