Halloween & Half Term Fun
Keep the family entertained over Halloween and enjoy some spooky fun in Sussex. With loads going on throughout half term and Halloween itself you'll have a hard task deciding between ghostly walks, pumpkin carving and fiendish fancy dress fun!
Halloween Treats for the Little Terrors!
The Redoubt Fortress in Eastbourne opens their interactive Halloween trail, don't miss out on this creepy quiz which takes you through the cobwebbed corridors of the museum. (23 Oct-1 Nov).
A Halloween Activity Weekend takes place at The Observatory Science Centre (31 Oct-1 Nov). Drop in for screaming bats, pumpkin lanterns and spooky colourings.
A spooky Halloween Trail is happening at Bateman's (23 Oct-2 Nov) where you can visit in fancy dress and take a trail round the haunted mansion! Who knows who you'll bump into...
Why not take a spooky steam train ride on the Kent & East Sussex Railway (27 – 31 Oct). Tricks and treats for the whole family during Halloween Fun Week with spooktacular entertainment, chance to meet My Mystery and themed ‘make and take’ activities.
Or for something a bit different get involved in a fun Halloween themed volleyball session at Yellowave Beach Sports Venue (31 Oct).
Horsham’s Carfax hosts the increasingly popular Children In Need Halloween Party, 10am to 4pm on Thursday 29th October with a variety of fantastic free entertainment for younger children.
Highlights include BBC Children in Need’s Pudsey Bear, children’s activity zones, street entertainments, a Halloween themed market, plus ‘Trick or Treat’ trails around the town and a Halloween fancy dress competition. Don't miss it!
More Haunted Halloween Fun...
Parham House introduces a new Halloween Trail on 30, 31 October and 1 November. Featuring a pumpkin garden trail, resident witch and even deer and ghost spotting in the Park!
Brooklands Pleasure Park has got a whole host of activities lined up including a spooky train, maze of horror, boo hoo games castle and even a halloween themed cafe!
Themed Walking Tours in Worthing has a Halloween Special; Spooky Worthing! Taking place daily from 22-31 October at 6.30pm, booking required.
Haunted Halloween Fun takes place at Borde Hill Garden, (23 Oct-1 Nov), where you can complete the spooky Halloween trail around the Garden. There's also a resident witch or wizard to meet and a haunted marquee for face-painting, craft activities and spooktakular fun.
Worthing Museum and Art Gallery plays host to Things that go bump at Halloween! Explore after dark and enjoy guided tours, spooky craft workshops and a ghoulish supper.
Join Blackberry Farm for a ghost hunt, spooky story time, halloween craft sessions and lots more!
Field Place is putting on a Halloween Party Night on 31 October with ghoolish games, dancing, BBQ and bar. Make sure you book your tickets!