There’s a lot going on this half term for families to enjoy. What better way of spending the holidays, than attending a Halloween events this autumn?
National Waterways Museum Gloucester 22 - 30 October - Head along to the National Waterways Museum to enjoy spooky stories, pumpkin carving, crafts and a Halloween trail.
Haunted disco - Standedge Tunnel - 26 October - Come along to Standedge Tunnel for an afternoon of Halloween fun. Along with dancing and party games there will be face painting, themed treats, a haunted trail and a fancy dress competition.
Pumpkin carving class - Standedge Tunnel - 27 October - Come and get creative with spooky designs. Join our Canal & River Explorers team and learn how to carve your very own pumpkin ready for Halloween, choose from a range of designs or create your own spooky pumpkin face.
Spooky Halloween fun at Stoke Bruerne - 28 October - 30 October - Dare to get spooked this Halloween? Visitors to Stoke Bruerne should prepare for some spine tingling fun as part of a series of spooktacular events taking place at the Canal Museum during half term week.
Halloween extravaganza- Red Bull Wharf – 28 October - Head to Red Bull Wharf for a day of Halloween fun. Activities on the day include fancy dress, a magic trail, ghoulish crafts, pumpkin carving and more.
Spooky family Halloween boat trip - Dudley Tunnel - 28 October - 31 October - Take a trip with all the family on a special children’s boat ride through Dudley’s fantastic under ground caverns.
George's historic Halloween - National Waterways Museum Ellesmere Port - 30 October - As part of the Window on the World project, George is back at the National Waterways Museum before she sets off in her traditional historic setting on the Leeds & Liverpool Canal next year. Whilst she is here, she is the central focus of our Halloween activity.
Ghost Walk at Stourport Basin - 30 - 31 October - Halloween guided ghost walks around the Stourport Basin .
Last date edited: 25 October 2016