Try these family friendly frights this Halloween

30th September 2018

Looking to squeeze some family time in this All Hallows’ Eve? Grab the face paint, pumpkins and costumes and get ready for some thrills that will have your kids squealing until Christmas. There are plenty of amazing deals on that will let you get all the thrills for a whole lot less.


Howl’O’ween at Chessington World of Adventures Resort

Price: £50 for two people with 2FOR1 offer on Days Out Guide

Dates: 13th October – 4th November 2018 (open late on selected dates)

Closest train station: Chessington South

Visit Chessington World of Adventures Resort, for a spooky Howl’O’ween trick or treat. There’s hair‐raising fun for all the family, with attractions including award‐winning Creepy Caves Unearthed ‐ Chessington’s scariest attraction yet ‐ plus Room on the Broom* Spooky Story Time, and new for 2018 the Haunted Howl’O’ween Live Show. There’s also a series of spooky animal shows and a daily fancy dress competition.

* Room on the Broom © Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler – Macmillan Children’s Books


Gruesome Nature Live! At ZSL London Zoo

Price: £27.04 for two people with 2FOR1 Days Out Guide

Dates: 20th – 28th October 2018

Closest train station: London Euston

Gruesome Nature Live! is an interactive musical show featuring original songs, that reveal some frightful facts about some truly grisly creatures. Find out who’s got the largest, slimiest eyeball, and which species of animal can endure fire, ice and radiation and even survive in outer space, plus many more monstrous truths! Guaranteed to be grossly enthralling.


Brick or Treat at LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort

Price: from £45 for two people with 2FOR1 on Days Out Guide

Dates: 18th October – 2nd November 2018

Closest train station: Windsor & Eton Central

Bring your little monsters to the LEGOLAND® Windsor Resort for its most spook‐tacular event of the year - Brick or Treat! Follow the Brick or Treat trail around the Park and solve the mystery of the missing potion ingredients – you may even receive a treat or two along the way! Once the mystery is solved hop on the Hill Train, which has had a spooky makeover for Halloween, and make your way down to the Enchanted Forest! Get ready to boogie at Frankie’s Monster Disco, and make sure you wear your finest costumes as there’s a costume competition and much more. It’s an awesomely spooky day out for all the family!

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A Spooky Halloween at Folly Farm

Price: Adults (16+) £15.50, Children (3-15) £13.50 [freaky face painting is an additional £3]

Dates: 20th October – 4th November 2018

Closest train station: Kilgetty

Head to Folly Farm, in Pembrokeshire, this Halloween. There is lots on to keep your little monsters busy. Hunt for scarecrows, watch a special spooky magic show and get creative with Halloween crafts.


Halloween half-term fun at the East Anglia Railway Museum

Price: Adult £7, Child £5

Dates: October 22nd – October 25th 2018

Closest train station: Chappel & Wakes Colne Station, Marks Tey

Take a trip to the East Anglia Railway Museum and enjoy a line-up of activities to keep your little ones busy, including: gingerbread decorating in a beautiful vintage railway carriage café, spooky crafts, pumpkin carving and there’s a prize for the best Halloween fancy dress costume.