Calling all Witches, Wizards, Bats, Cats Rats and things that go bump in the night …
Lets get this party startled!
Top 5 places to visit this Halloween :
Craig y Nos Castle, Penycae,
“A sleepover of the sinister variety, Craig y Nos Castle is known as the most haunted castle in Wales. It is the former estate of acclaimed 19th century opera singer, Adelina Patti - once one of the world’s most famous women.
Serious ghost-hunters can test their stamina at one of the castle’s overnight paranormal investigation events, where scientific tests and spiritual experiments are carried out throughout the night with the use of investigatory equipment. If the ghoulish activity becomes thirsty work, the castle’s Cross Bar offers warming spirits of a different kind. Find out more on the Craig y Nos website."
- Visit Wales
From Wednesday 26th October -
From spiders, bats and witches hats, to toads, ghosts, cats and rats! Enjoy a Halloween-inspired obstacle course and trail in the garden this October half term.
Follow the pumpkins through the garden as you walk, run and jump round the trail. Don't forget to get a spooky family selfie on the Orangery Terrace.
Face your fears and let the furry spiders guide you down the Yew Walk. Release the magic and throw rats into the witches' cauldron.
Fun for all the family and all age groups, this trail is self led and there's no additional charge to take part. Dogs can join you on the trail in the garden from 1 November.
Find out more here
Witch way to the pumpkin patch?” - Powells Farm
Pop on your wellies, Grab a wheelbarrow and Pick Your Own Pumpkin at Powells Farm … a fabulous afternoon out when combined with a visit to the spooky barn and a spooktacular Hot Chocolate or two
Porth Farm Pumpkin Patch, - Caersws
Arts and crafts, pumpkin carving, pumpkin picking, food and photography sessions available on site!
And of course the FANGtastic halloween party
Penbont Tea Rooms - Elan Valley
"Bone appetit!" Halloween never tasted so good,
A spooktacular feast at Penbont Tea Rooms from the 28th to the 1st November.
Halloween themed drinks, sandwitches, and creepy cakes.
Daily Fancy dress competition for Kids and Adults where the Hallow-Queen or King will receive a gourd-geous gift.
Pumpkin carving comp (for adults and children)
Find out more here