Spooky Accessible Adventures!

A quick round up of the Halloween treats on offer at some of the accessible venues we’ve visited and enjoyed during the last few months! (Have thrown in a few of our random photos, sorry no spooky shots available).

Halloween week at Ruthin Gaol, Denbighshire

Ruthin Gaol are holding Halloween Week during the Wales half-term (27.10.18-2.11.18). You are invited to wear your spookiest costume and join in with arts, craft and other Halloween activities.

Greenwood Family Park, Snowdonia


Join in with lots of Halloween fun during both the England and Wales half-terms (20.10.18-4.11.18) at Spookwood. So much to enjoy and be terrified about – a Monster Hunt, Halloween Crafts, and spookiest of all ‘The Greatest Undead Show of all’ when the Transylvanian Monsters Carnival take over the Forest Theatre…..

Knowsley SafariĀ 

A great deal at Knowsley Safari Experience with a Half-Term Half-Price deal for kids during both the England and Wales half-terms! Join in with Pumpkin Carving and making Crafty Masks in the Halloween Activity Tent, or watch the Birds of Prey display get the Halloween treatment…..

Terror Mountain – at Silver Mountain Experience, Aberystwyth


This looks like potentially the most terrifying of events available over the Halloween period! A unique 12+ attraction has popped up for Halloween (opening this weekend) built within the Victorian silver mine, which includes 4 live action horror attractions, scary entertainment and much more….For those not seeking to be too terrified, Silver Mountain also have family Halloween activities planned for half-term.

And finally…

Storyhouse Chester – Halloween Party

Join in with Halloween activities on Wednesday 31st October at The Den in Storyhouse Chester, including Spooky Stories, Halloween Crafts and Games, followed by a Costume Parade to spooky music through The Kitchen!


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