Intrigued by our region’s more sinister history? Find out how to indulge in some spectacularly spooky events this Halloween!
Have a Hell-Fire Halloween
There’s no time like Halloween to see the Hell-Fire Caves at their spooky best. Located in West Wycombe the caves are network of caverns extending over a 500m underground. At Halloween the caves are transformed with a macabre selection of props, lighting and creepy music, not to mention a number of ravaged souls who prowl the passageways. Younger children will enjoy the Witches Workshop – an hour of fun including potion making, werewolf banishing, broomstick races and a tour of the Hell-Fire Caves by their friendly wizard. Braver and older souls can see if they are brave enough for the Fright Nights touring the caves at witching hour. Ghoul lovers be warned – prepare to be scared silly. This is not an experience not for the faint-hearted! The scare-athon is suitable for ages 10 and over and under 16’s must be accompanied by an adult. Click here for more information.
Get creative with a pumpkin at Hughenden Manor where you can showcase your artistic flair and get carving. Running from 22-30th October this National Trust property specialises in providing a fantastic space, inspiration and assistance to make your Halloween pumpkin the envy of the neighbourhood. Cost is £3 per pumpkin carver. Click here for more information Cliveden
Halloween swoops in to Cliveden this half term for all budding witches and wizards. They can start their witch and wizard training in the woods at Cliveden by choosing a wooden wand and learn how to cast a spell. Brave adventurers continue their spellbinding journey further into the woods where the witches and wizards must collect natural things with which to brew their potion. Make sure you’re dressed in your best witch and wizard attire!
This is a drop in session and all children must be accompanied by an adult. Ideal for children aged 4-11. £3 per child. Click her for more information
Prepare yourself for some chilling tales…the cities of Cambridge and Ely will be hosting goultastic guided tours of their most spooky sights this Halloween!