Our list of the spooktacular events for the family this Halloween
Pumpkin Carving at Home Farm
On 20 October, join the team on the Home Farm at the Wimpole Estate for some Halloween fun. Pick a pumpkin and learn some tricks to make your jack o’ lantern look a treat! Pumpkins cost £4 each, visit the website to book a slot.
The team at Wicken Fen invite you to dust off your broomsticks and join them for an entire weekend of fun, with no need to book ahead. This Fenland fear fest promises crafts and games galore to get you and your little monsters into the spooky spirit. It’s £5.50 per child.
Halloween at Denny Abbey
The Farmland Museum at Denny Abbey encourages you to come dressed to scare for an all-pumpkins-blazing kind of day, packed with Halloween activities. There is no extra admission fee for this popular family event, so mark your calendars for Sunday 28th.
Halloween Week at Shepreth
Half term week promises to be full of creepy creatures at Shepreth Wildlife Park. Tackle your darkest fears in the bat cave and watch the park rangers feed the wolves, before a magical owl display tops off the mystical goings-on!
The Halloween Express at Audley End
Jump on the ghost train at Audley End miniature railway for a spooky journey through the woods. The Wicked Witches invite you to mix up some potions with them for this enchanting afternoon and a goody bag for monsters of all ages. The train runs from 10am-4.40pm and booking is required.