Hallowe’en (Thursday, 31 October) will be a very special day at Sewerby Hall and Gardens with fun, frights, a crazy professor, and a chance to make torches and lanterns.
The daytime fun will be in the form of Witch Crafts and Potion Making between 11.30am and 3pm, a chance to mix potions and decorate Hallowe’en biscuits.
The evening of Hallowe’en will see a Halloween Night Time Spooktacular from 4.30pm - 8.30pm, featuring a Rusticus Ghost hunting adventure, Active Coast crafts, and Responsible Fishing spooky way markers
The crazy hapless professor will be on the hunt for ghosts, but the spooks and spectres are playing tricks on him! Help him make sense of his latest ghost-detecting invention and have fun making mischief in the woods, with a whole array of ghostly characters.
This will be an outdoor performance walk, with games and activities, lasting approximately 45 minutes. All children must be accompanied by an adult. Participants should bring a torch, as the woodland will be dark in areas, and dress appropriately for the weather. Spooky lighting will help guide the adventure.
In The Clock Tower Café, from 5pm, there will be a chance to create Hallowe’en dream catchers, torches and lanterns to guide visitors through the spooky woodland walk, or light the way home.
The Rusticus Ghost-hunting Adventure will take place at 4.30pm, 6pm and 7.30pm.
Advance booking is required for the Hallowe’en evening event : tickets cost £5 per person (one free adult when accompanying a paid-for child). Book and pay through the Welcome Centre.
For full details of opening times, admission prices, the gardens, the zoo, the Clock Tower Café and all the events in the October half term holidays, visit www.sewerbyhall.co.uk
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