Visit the home of Halloween
Where: London Dungeon
It’s the city’s most spine-chilling attraction and this Halloween, you can travel through over 1,000 years of the capital’s darkest history at London Dungeon. Plus, this is one of our 2 for 1 London offers, so you can enjoy spooktacular savings on us.
If London Dungeon is too scary for the kids, another one of our 2 for 1 London offers is at Battersea Park Children’s Zoo, where your little ones can say boo to their favourite animals and take part in a pumpkin quiz trail.
Face your fears at the UK’s scariest attraction
Where: London Bridge Experience & Tombs
Be very afraid – the vaults of the world’s most haunted bridge are ready for you to explore. In a history lesson meets horror show, you can see, hear and smell what London Bridge was like through the ages. Don’t forget the Tombs, where you’ll find walls dripping in blood, confined spaces to squeeze through and much, much more…..
Dabble with the dark arts
Dabble in the dark arts
When: Sunday 1st October – Sunday 12th November
Where: Warner Bros. Studio Tour London – The Making of Harry Potter
Call yourself a Potterhead? Then you won’t want to miss a Dark Arts and Halloween themed event at The Warner Bros Studio Tour. Discover the secrets behind the enchanted floating pumpkins and have a Halloween feast in – yes, you guessed it – the Great Hall! Later, you can learn wand combat moves and take part in an exciting live duel with Death Eaters.
Take the little monsters to Cadbury World
When: Saturday 21st – 29th October
Where: Cadbury World, Bournville
Do your little monsters simply love Halloween? Then, there’s no question about it. You all need to hop on the coach to Cadbury World for its Halloween Spooktacular. Whether you monster mash, scream, or sing along, Cadbury Word has scary amounts of family fun in store. Plus – think of all the chocolate! Need we say more?
There’s even more spooky fun in store at Birmingham’s Botanical Gardens, where your kiddies can scare you silly with freaky face painting, spooky story walks and creepy arts and crafts.
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Dance under the moonlight
When: Saturday 28th October
Where: High Line Late Lounge, Resorts World, Birmingham
If you hear Halloween and automatically think ‘fancy dress,’ then Resorts World’s High Line Late Lounge has you covered. At the bar’s Day of the Dead Halloween Party, you can dress to impress with its DOTD themed costume code, show off your best Thriller dance moves in the transformed venue and enjoy a terrifyingly tasty tipple on arrival too.
If that doesn’t spook you enough, head to The Old Crown in Digbeth. It’s the oldest pub in the heart of the city centre – so why not see if you can make friends with the spirits?
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Raise a glass to the return of Stranger Things
When: Friday 27th October, 11pm
Where: The Zombie Shack, New Wakefield Street
That’s right, Netflix’s most binge-worthy sci-fi meets horror is back just in time for Halloween, and if that isn’t reason enough to party, we don’t know what is! Head to Manchester’s Zombie Shack for a Stranger Things party with zombie cocktails, eggo waffles, 80’s classics and your favourite songs from the series.
Dress up for spooky cinema screenings
When: Friday 27th – Saturday 28th October
Where: Manchester Victoria Baths
Is it even Halloween if you haven’t rewatched those 80s and 90s classics for the thousandth time? Exactly, and that’s why this Halloween, we’d recommend a visit to Manchester’s Grade II listed Victoria Baths for its Halloween Cinema Weekend. Perfect for families, just bring a blanket, snuggle up and watch Beetlejuice, Hocus Pocus and The Addams Family.
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Zombie out in the name of charity
When: Sunday 22nd October
Where: Starting at Ghoulies Haunted House, Dale Street
Liverpool’s annual Zombie Walk is back with a bite this October, in aid of The Brain Charity. Simply arrive at 11am and you’ll be transformed into a fully fledged member of the undead by a group of professional makeup artists. You’ll then take to the streets – so be prepared to scare!
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Party on at the night of the living dead
When: Saturday 28th October
Where: Club Mission, Leeds
Halloween heavyweights, this one’s for you – Inzombifest, Leeds’ largest and longest party, is back and bigger than ever. At the 10 hour music festival, you can bury yourself in bloodcurdling bass and horrifying house sounds from 17 incredible acts including Karen Harding and Tom Zanetti & K.O Kane.
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Have a night at the museum
When: Sunday 29th – Tuesday 31st October
Where: St Fagans Museum of Natural History
You’ve seen the film but now, your kids can have their very own night at the museum at St Fagan’s Natural History Museum in Cardiff. Its buildings have a dark side but don’t get spooked – it’s all fun and games, really! With lantern making, spell writing and pumpkin carving too, you’re guaranteed a frightfully good night of family fun!
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Celebrate Pumpkin Week
When: Saturday 21st – Sunday 29th October
Where: Hatton Adventure World, Warwick
Want to give your kids a traditional Halloween? Then Hatton Adventure World’s Pumpkin Week is the one for you. From pumpkin picking and entering a carving competition, to watching a mystifying Halloween show and going on a bewitching trailer ride, it’s full of tricks and (mostly) treats for all the family to enjoy.
Celebrate the Day of the Dead at the zoo
When: 21st – 29th October
Where: Bristol Zoo
Inspired by the Mexican ‘Day of the Dead’ celebration, Bristol Zoo’s Halloween Half Term is packed full of activities for your little monsters like listening to spooky stories, meeting creepy creatures, and even taking part in a Halloween Parade. The best bit? It’s just £5 entry for kids all week. Bargain!
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Tear up the floor in festival frights
When: Saturday 28th October
Where: Brighton Racecourse
Festival season is back with a vengeance and has taken the form of Brighton’s Fright Festival. This October, you and over 5,000 others can expect a fair share of bump and bass in the night with a sizzling set from J Hus and Pendulum. But keep your eyes out for the live scare actors…
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However you’re planning to celebrate Halloween remember, you can save on the spooktacular fun with our frighteningly affordable fares. So go on, boooooo-k now!