Halloween in Cornwall 2021
If you fancy something a little spookier than trick-or-treat this Halloween we’ve got the perfect hair-raising experiences. Get ready for ghosts, ghouls and bloodcurdling screams!
Flambards - Helston
Families can take to the cobbled streets of Flambards’ Victorian Village this half-term and hunt high and low through the 50 different sets and scenes to complete the spooky pumpkin trail quiz. Successfully completed trails can be exchanged for wickedly wonderful chocolate treats. On your eerie adventure, immerse yourself in perfectly-preserved shops filled with thousands of 19th-century artefacts, as you are transported back in time.
Meanwhile on 27th October don't miss the Flambards Halloween Fireworks Spectacular!
Pendennis Castle - Falmouth
Halloweden - Eden Project
Go on a magical and mysterious journey around the Eden Project this October half-term. See the award-winning Bakehouse Factory's bespoke show, created especially for Eden and based around their fabulous 3m tall owl, taking place daily in the Citrus Grove, plus there's the beautiful owls from the Screech Owl Sanctuary.
Get the whole family involved solving creepy clues in a special puzzle trail, developed in partnership with Eureka Escape, and don't forget to book your spot on the potion making experience and create your perfect potions, made with a touch of magic and sealed for you to take home and treasure.
Monsters of the Deep - Falmouth
This wonderful exhibition takes you down into the dark murky depths of the ocean to discover the monsters that lurk beneath. Are there krakens with tentacles two miles long and giant sharks as big as skyscrapers? What strange beasts did the mariners of old see that inspired the old myths and legends? Are you brave enough to meet the menacing mermaid or the giant sea spider? Plus this Halloween the nights are drawing in and the shadows and silhouettes are taking over.... be afraid, be very afraid..
Paradise Park - Hayle
Looking for kids Halloween fun in Cornwall? Paradise Park’s Spooktacular Creepy Halloween HalfTerm is the perfect place to bring the kids for a fun-filled spooky adventure and wonderful wildlife! Brave a creepy crawly wildlife encounters, learn some eerie fascinating facts on the Halloween Pumpkin Trail, spot the extraordinary Pesquet’s Parrot (also known as Dracula parrot) and much much more... We dare you to get in to the spirit of things and go in Halloween fancy dress!!!
Bodmin Jail - Bodmin
As darkness falls and the jail attraction is at its most creepy, those with a taste for adrenaline can test their nerve with a choice of four devilish twilight experiences - exclusively for adults. The spooky line-up includes everything from ghost tours and scary movies, to all-night paranormal journeys with Bodmin Jail’s very own Paranormal Manager delivering a variety of spiritual techniques. Come daytime families with children can brave the brand-new Dark Walk experience, which combines state-of-the-art technology with Cornwall’s most haunting histories to deliver a truly immersive and interactive Halloween treat.
Halloweek at Camel Creek - Wadebridge
It’s already been a strange year, but things are about to get stranger at Camel Creek as they open for the Half Term with many Spooktacular attractions, interactive experiences and spooky encounters planned for this year, but the question is – will you dare visit?
This year you can expect, brand new scare zones, Trick or Treat, will you dare knock? The Bug Ball, plus much more!
Shipwreck Treasure Museum - Charlestown
Tunnel of Lights: Arctic Adventure will transform more than 100 metres of tunnels beneath the award-winning attraction into a polar themed wonderland, illuminated with thousands of lights, designed to allow imaginations to run wild. The immersive experience will see visitors encounter shipwrecks frozen in time, follow the footsteps of adventurers through a world of ice, discover frozen waterfalls, giant icebergs and ice caves. The tunnels will be filled with an atmospheric arctic soundscape and guests will also encounter a snow fall.