Family Event
Sat 27th October 2018 to Sun 4th November 2018
Half Term Halloween Thrills & Spills

Get in the spirit with lots of spooky fun and games for children and their families in and around the grounds and stables this Halloween half-term!

SATURDAY 27TH OCTOBER - SUNDAY 4TH NOVEMBER 11AM-5PM

Follow the Spooky Bat Trail around the grounds to discover the secret spooky spell or for those little monsters whose little legs don't want to walk so far, explore the stables and grounds as you follow the Pumpkin Trail! All children completing one or both trails will receive a treat. Pick up your trail sheets at the start of your visit from the ticket desk.

Adults - normal admission charges apply, see here.  
Chlidren (5-18) - £1 + normal admission
Under 5's - £1
Under 2's - Free

MONDAY 29TH OCTOBER - FRIDAY 2ND NOVEMBER

Spooky Bat Trail & Pumpkin Trail 11am to 5pm
Pick up your trail sheets on arrival at the ticket desk. All children completing one or both trails will receive a treat.

Creepy Craft Activities & Freaky Face Painting 12pm-3pm
Let your little monsters imaginations run wild with creepy crafts & freaky face painting in The Carriage House, Burton Constable Stables 
Freaky Face Painting - £2.00 per person

Agnus Spellious, Hag of Holderness - 11.30am to 3.30pm 
Find this wicked witch lurking in the Stables casting her spooky spells and mixing magic potions!

Spooky Story Telling - 1.30pm daily
Visit The Brewhouse for spooky story telling, suitable for Key Stage 1 (3-7 yrs)

Children's Halloween Fancy Dress Competition - 3pm daily
Get in the spirit for all the fiendish fun and activities at Burton Constable by dressing in Halloween fancy dress. This competition will be judged by the Hag of Holderness at 3pm daily near the Witches Lair (2nd Courtyard of the Stables) and the winner will receive a Burton Constable Hall & Grounds Goody Bag. 

EVENT CHARGES

 Adults: normal grounds admission apply, see here

Children (5-16): £2 + normal grounds admission, Under 5's: £2, Under 2's: Free

 

Contact Information:

Joy Swift - Visitor Services Manager

T: 01964 508163

E: joyswift@burtonconstable.com

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