Halloween Thrills & Spills!

Family Event
Sat 26th October 2019 to Sun 3rd November 2019
Lady dressed as a witch with a young girl

You'll find all the ingredients for a spooky adventure in the Stables and Grounds at Burton Constable during Halloween half-term.

Saturday 26th October - 3rd November

Spooky Halloween Trail - Explore the Stables and Grounds as you follow the Spooky Halloween Trail, dare you enter the Derelict Stables of Doom? 10am to 5pm, last admission 4pm. After you've completed the trail collect your treat from the ticket desk.

Witches Hat Trail in the Hall - Agnus Spellious, the Hag of Holderness has mislaid all her hats in the Hall, can you help find them all? Witches Hat Trail 12pm to 5pm, last admission 4pm. 

Monday 28th October - Friday 1st November

Creepy Craft Activities: 12pm to 3pm - The Carriage House

Let your little monsters imaginations run wild with our creepy craft activities.

Agnus Spellious, Hag of Holderness Character: 11.30am to 3.30pm - The Stables

Find this wicked witch lurking in the Stables casting her spooky spells and mixing magic potions!

Freaky Face Painting*: 12pm to 3pm - The Carriage House *£2 per person

Spooky Storytelling: 11.30am (31st October 11.30am & 1.30pm)

Visit The Brewhouse for spooky storytelling, suitable for Key Stage 1 (3-7yrs)

Dotty Doomsville, Spooky Photographer - Thursday 31st October Only

11am to 2pm & 2.30pm to 4.30pm

Why not let Dotty Doomsville our Spooky Photographer capture a ghostly transformation of you and your friends. Priced at only £3 per person you can take it away with you on the day. Find her in the 2nd courtyard of the Stables. Witches, Wizards and Ghouls all welcome!

Admission Charges

Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th October/Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd November

Adults: Normal admission applies, Children 5-18yrs £1 + normal admission, Under 5's free admission + £1 & 2's yrs & under free

Monday 28th October to Friday 1st November

Adults normal admission applies, Children 5-18 yrs £2 + normal admission, under 5's free admission + £2 & 2's yrs & unders free.





Contact Information:

Joy Swift - Visitor Services Manager

T: 01964 508163

E: joyswift@burtonconstable.com

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Over 80 different species of birds have been spotted at Burton Constable, from the smallest British bird, the Goldcrest, to large birds of prey such as Buzzards and Barn Owls
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