Late-Night Terror at Arnos Vale, Bristol
The Morbid Curiosity tour in Bristol’s Arnos Vale Cemetery is a truly frightening way to spend Halloween. The tour involves a guided tour of the cemetery’s gravestones and tells the stories of some of the souls who are buried there. Is there a scarier way to spend Halloween than in a graveyard listening to ghost-stories? This is a classic, spooky way to enjoy the most ghoulish night of the year. But make sure to book your spot early because the tour is very popular and is known to sell out.
Ghouls Galore at Birmingham’s Bone-chilling Live Scarefest
The stunning grounds of The Botanical Gardens, Birmingham, become a whole lot creepier late at night. The bushes, trees and shrubs come alive with Halloween spirit but the word is that there is something else to it. The Garden of Ghouls teeming with terrifying beasts and scary monsters. The spook trail features live actors who are guaranteed to make you jump out of your skin. What better way to begin a Halloween adventure? But this is not for the faint of heart. If you have younger children, you might want to consider the pre-7pm trail if you want to spare the nightmares. Either way, it is one of the best Halloween events in the city and you’d be a ghoul to miss it!
Hocus Pocus in Leeds
Leeds’ Kirkstall Abbey makes for a spooky setting at any time of the year but on Halloween it takes it to the next level. For a family-oriented thing to do this Halloween, look no further than the Abbey’s screening of the Halloween classic film: Hocus Pocus. Make sure to wrap up warm and settle in for the evening with fellow Halloween fanatics for some animated fun and a buzzing atmosphere.
Night at the Museum London Edition
This Halloween, many of the capital’s most fascinating museums are opening late into the night. The displays and exhibits will look gloomier and scarier than usual. Make the most of this one-off fright-fest and make Halloween a memorable and educational experience. Legend has it that some exhibits come to life once the sun goes down. Fact or fiction? You’ll have to see for yourself!