Halloween in Cornwall
There are some spooky events happening this half term for all the family across Cornwall. If you are trying to keep young ones amused, or trying to convince older ones it's not that embarrasing to be seen with you, there is something for everyone this October half term in Cornwall. We've put together the list of events below - but all events in October can be seen on our What's On page.
Bodmin Jail has pulled out all the stops to offer Heritage Trails for young and old. Junior Jailors Heritage Tours are aimed at brave 7+ children whilst there is a grown up verison as well. Find out about all their ghastly plans here.
The Shipwreck Treasure Museum at Charlestown are truning the lights off! But not in a bid to keep the electirc bill down. All the lights are off this Halloween as the museum will be turned into a spooky Lantern trail! Are you brave enough to wander through the dark corridors and listen to the spooky stories along the way? What will you find waiting just around the corner?
This October visitors are invited to explore the Eden Project by twilight - if you dare! You can discover a world of superstitions and traditions at this special time of year – which also sees the return of Eden’s glittering ice rink.
Fang-tastic goings-on will take place every day throughout the half-term holidays, and this year for the first time Eden will be opening late into the evening until 8 pm between Saturday 22 and Friday 28.
Paradise Park are offering £2 off per person with the following voucher code GHOST for online tickets valid during half term. They have lots to keep the little ones entertained with visits throughout the week by Mark's Ark and a fabulous pumpkin trail.
Flambards are offering trails, tricks and treats with a Halloween parade and Firework spectacular. Of course whilst there you can turn your ticket into a return ticket for 7 days so you can take advantage of the whole week of events if you like.
The NMMC are offering various spooky events throughout half term, but also an amazing trail on Halloween itself. From 6pm on 31st you can join them to find the spooky spirits in the museum.
For some family fun this October half term, walk the spooky Halloween trail at Upper Tamar Lake between Saturday 22 and Sunday 30 October.
Gather your little monsters and prepare for a ghoulishly good day out at Pendennis Castle. Follow Dennis, Gnasher and friends to solve creepy clues on the fun family quest around the grounds.
Halloween at the Railway. See what spooky happenings are going on at Helston Railway.
Join South West Lakes’ Environment Rangers at Stithians Lake on Friday 28 October for a family activity day, including autumnal crafts, cooking some sumptuous treats around the campfire and maybe even some spooky twists.
The Cornish Seal Sanctuary are having a Super Sealy Halloween Party from 2pm - 4pm on 28th October.
We hope you have a fabulous October break!