There’s a whole host of Halloween events this October half-term in Dorset. We’ve prepared a list of the spookiest!
Corfe Castle 22-30 October
Hear the tales of professional storyteller Granny Cousins at 11am and 1pm everyday throughout the half-term. Have a go at the fearsome Zip Wire Challenge at 10am to 3pm and witness the mighty Warwolf II, their castle trebuchet in action, launching at 11.30am and 2pm.
Studland Beach 22nd October + 8 other dates
There’s going to be multiple Halloweeny events this half-term at Studland Bay, from explorations of the dunes and shoreline to seasonal crafts. In addition, there are more opportunities to get crafty on Sunday, October the 23rd with Woodland Walk and Draw. Children and adults can enjoy walking, drawing, geocaching and even charcoal making.
10:30 – 15:30. Beach-side Halloween Trail and seasonal crafts £2.00.
Halloween week – Freaky Streets
Hunt for the Freaky Streets characters from 22nd-30th October!
Follow the trail’s clues to collect the correct answers from creepy characters on walls and buildings in Weymouth’s streets and be in with the chance of winning PRIZES!
Pick up a a trail from the Weymouth BID Office, 15 St Alban Street or download a form online from 22nd October.
Drop your completed form to the BID Office by the 31st October to be in with the change of winning!
Scary, atmospheric fun this half term at Lulworth Castle.
There are a whole host of activities to keep you and your little ones entertained this Halloween…. Visit the fairytale Lulworth Castle and wander through the Spooky Basement. Be entranced by Merlin’s Magic Shows and get creative at the Craft Table.. Explore the Park and woods with your Quiz Book on their special Spooky Trails, stopping at Hansel & Gretel’s Gingerbread House on adventure.
Open Daily from Weds 26 Oct – Sat 29 Oct. From 10.30 to 5.00. Last entry one hour before closing. Free Parking.
You can buy tickets online here and use the pre-booked queue. Or you can buy tickets on the door.
Sea Life Center
Weymouth Sea Life Adventure Park will be turning the spotlight on scary critters of the deep this Halloween.
Meet creepy spider crabs, batfish, ghost knifefish and other appropriately named creatures!
The Park’s special package of fright-fest’ entertainment running from Saturday 22nd to Sunday 30th October will also highlight the horrors that pollution, over-fishing and other human follies are inflicting on the marine world.
There will be lots of fishy fun too, of course…including a novel pumpkin hunt, spooky fact finding, lantern making, scary crafts and fancy dress all included in admission.
Separate tickets apply for the Enchanted Cabin Experience secure your place at the cauldron, book now.