Posted on Friday, October 27, 2017
With thanks to the Coventry Telegraph, this year our region is offering you the chance to enjoy Halloween even more with a range of great events suitable for families, couples and people of all ages.
If you fancy being scared silly, then there is opportunity to do so, but if you want to give your little one a memorable Halloween which is family orientated, you can also do that.
Below, we run through some of the best events Warwickshire - from Warwick to Kenilworth, via Nuneaton and Bedworth. Enjoy!
The Haunted Castle at Warwick Castle
The Haunted Castle at Warwick Castle this half-term sees family-friendly fun during the day, and a very different experience after dark.
With six new attractions just for Halloween week, including the first ever horseback fire jousting seen at the Castle and two truly terrifying live-actor events, there’s nowhere more fabulously fiendish than The Haunted Castle.
When? October 28 until November 1
Little horrors will be scared silly by terrifying Tudor tales, and enjoy getting hands-on with creepy crafts and spooky activities.
Come to the castle dressed in your most spooktacular costume for their daily kids’ fancy dress competition!
Judging takes place at 3pm daily with a prize for the best costume and medals for all those who take part.
When? October 26 - October 30
Find out all about the nocturnal animals that come alive at night.
Make a Halloween decoration and an owl mask, and see some of the natural history specimens from Warwickshire Museum..
All for absolutely FREE, and the event takes place between 2.30pm and 4pm.
When? October 26
See Stoneleigh Abbey like never before, on the spookiest night of the year.
Come and join the spookhunters for a night of séances and ghost hunting in the west wing of Stoneleigh Abbey, with over 900 years of history and many tales of ghosts and foul deeds in the house.
8pm until midnight, just £30 per person.
When? October 31
A terrifying treat just for Halloween!
Join Kenilworth Castle on an eerie evening tour for an after-hours journey back into Warwickshire’s wicked past.
Meet a selection of spine-tingling storytellers and discover tales of ghostly apparitions, dastardly deeds, and ghoulish goings-on.
Costs £13 per adult, and £6 per child.
When? October 29 - October 31
Join in the spooky family fun at Bagot’s Castle this Halloween, where there will be plenty of games and surprises.
Youngsters can search for bats and spiders and take part in apple bobbing as the castle ruins are lit up with carved pumpkins.
Entry is £10 for a family of four.
When? From 4pm to 7pm on October 31. Last entry at 6pm.
Bedworth United Football Club are hosting a ghouly event at The Bedworth Oval this Halloween with a party just for children - adults go free! Everyone is welcome, entertainment included and fancy-dress attire encouraged.
Entry is £3 per child.
When? Sunday 29th October. Party starts at 5pm