Haunted Halloween at Longleat
There’s a host of Halloween-themed thrills and chills taking place at Longleat over the October Half-Term Holidays.
Visitors will be able to enjoy everything from the new ghost train ride and spooky house tours to pumpkin trails, close encounters with giant bats and creepy crawlies and even Halloween-themed fireworks displays.
Prepare to be scared as Longleat celebrates Halloween in style with a ‘Spooktacular Festival’ (Saturday, October 20th – Sunday, November 4th). Among the grisly goings-on there will be the chance to hop on board the Ghost Train for a fearfully fun foray into the frightful forest! Listen to tales of terror and intrigue in the spooky surroundings of Longleat House and join one of the Ghoulish Tours in search of mysterious apparitions in the cellars, attics and creepy corridors! Witches have taken over the Great Hall of Longleat House and have been brewing up trouble. Also keep an eye out for other creepy costume characters on your way around the park! Visitors can follow the giant Pumpkin Trail around the attractions and children can get crafty having a go at carving their very own jack ‘o’ lantern. You can also enjoy a creepily close encounter with Dracula in the infamous Bat Cave. Plus there’s hands-on experiences with a selection of creepy crawlies under the expert supervision of the animal keepers!
Longleat Safari & Adventure Park will also be staging a series of fabulous fireworks extravaganzas!
Fiendish Fireworks (October 26th-27th and November 2nd-3rd) The first weekend features a spine-tingling display to accompany a specially compiled medley of ghoulish and hair-raising tunes. Plus there’s an equally spectacular display set to classic animal themed music to mark the official Bonfire Weekend on 2nd and 3rd November.
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