There’s lots of spooktacular Halloween events to choose from in the North East, read on for just a few ….
Dare you try Halloween at the Hall – After Dark? Explore the basement of Seaton Delaval Hall – with night time jump scares and tales of creepy characters.
Families can venture on ghastly ghost and fang-tastic bat trails at Alnwick Castle, one of England’s most haunted castles. With spooky stories and fun activities that the whole family can enjoy.
Visit the Discovery Museum in Newcastle for creepy crafts and spooky silent disco!
Experience the world’s largest play structure Lilidorei at Alnwick Gardens become Spookydorei!
Grab your broomsticks for a brilliant day out at Belsay Hall. Enrol into Witch and Wizard School, where you can learn to fly a broomstick and cast spells, but watch out for the Witch!
Tyneside Cinema is renowned for its epic adult-only Halloween Movie All Nighter. You’ll encounter 4 themed screens and 17 films running from dusk ‘til dawn on 28th October.
Follow the trail of weird and wonderful ‘Scarycrows’ around the Ford & Etal Estate awarding them scores as you go. Or why not try their family friendly pumpkin pinch-pot making classes.
Explore the creepy clues scattered around Warkworth Castle and listen to spooky stories in the eerie setting of this ancient castle.
Do you dare to join an evening tour of the Castle Keep at Newcastle Castle, one of Newcastle’s scariest buildings? Explore the dark halls and passages inhabited in the days of old.
Join the spooky keeper for Boo in the Zoo at Northumberland College where you will get a close encounter with some of their invertebrates and reptiles. Don’t forget the pumpkin carving and marshmallow toasting too!
There are more than a few ghosts roaming the grounds of Pockerley Old Hall – do you dare to visit the oldest original building in Beamish after dark?
Where better to escape to after your frightful experiences than to your cosy cottage at Burradon Farm?! Relax and chill out in one of our ghoul-free cottages this Halloween!