What’s the best thing about Halloween? Is it the costumes? The decorations? Or maybe the spooky food? The annual scare-fest is a great opportunity to let your hair down, release your inner child and have some fun, so here are some of the best things on offer in Cornwall to excite the senses and keep the whole family entertained.
1. Halloween creative workshops at Trebah Gardens
Take a tour around these stunning gardens near Falmouth, with stunning coastal backdrop, before dropping in to one of the Halloween crafting workshops, from 11:00-14:00 on Thursday 29 and Friday 30 October.
2. Enjoy a packed day of fun at HallowEden Project
Cornwall’s must-see attraction offers plenty of spooktacular fun and games, including wand-making, potion crafting and scary story-telling throughout October half-term.
3. Kids’ club at Monkey Tree Holiday Park
With pumpkin carving, fancy dress trick or treat with Funky Monkey, making papier mache eyeballs, scavenger hunt and spooky games, the kids will be spoilt for choice at Monkey Tree this October half-term.
4. National Maritime Museum’s Freak or Unique
Loads of hands-on exhibitions, fun activities and creative crafts for all ages, as well as some extra special themed events for the Halloween half-term.
5. Monkey Tree’s Horror House
Back by popular demand, the terrifying Horror House is returning to Monkey Tree Holiday Park for October half-term. Not suitable for pregnant women, very young children, those with a heart condition or those with a nervous disposition, this year’s horror house is guaranteed to shock and scare. You have been warned. Open from 18:00 on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
PS See more of what’s on in Cornwall this October half-term right here.