With Halloween creeping up around the corner, there’s no better place to be for this spooktacular day than in the picturesque county of Cheshire.

Get ready for spooky scenery, mysterious moments and ghosts galore when you visit one of our top attractions in the area.

 

Carden Park Hotel

The perfect place to spend your half term, Carden Park is hosting its annual Fright Night in 1,000 acres of Cheshire countryside from the 21st to the 31st October with plenty of thrills, spills and ghoulish fun for all of the family.

From 6-10pm every day, you can enjoy frightening favourites like Fright Flight Zip Lines and JEEPers Creepers for £15 per person or if you’re brave enough, why not tackle both activities for £25?

Certainly something to put in the diary this year!

 

Chester Zoo

There’s something magical about Cheshire’s favourite attraction at this time of the year, or should we say enchanting…

Uncover a dastardly plot and save all of the animals at The Enchantment Of Chester Zoo from the 21st October to 31st October.

A guaranteed family favourite this Halloween, how about combining this magical experience with a Chester Zoo Break in the heart of Cheshire from £124 per room per night?

 

Blue Planet Aquarium

Somewhere beyond the sea….is closer than you think at Blue Planet Aquarium this year with their Ocean Terrors & Halloween experience.

From 21st October to 5th November, you can enjoy one of Europe’s largest collection of sharks and over 100 other living displays including the Coral Cave and Flooded Forest. Will you be courageous enough to wander through the Aquatunnel, one of the longest underwater tunnels in the world?

With all this frightening fun going on, why not relax this half term with a Blue Planet Aquarium break from £124 per room per night?

 

Beeston Castle

With so much history in Cheshire, where better to spend Halloween than inside a beautiful castle location with 40 glorious acres of woodland?

The Autumn Adventures experience at Beeston Castle running from 21st October to 5th November includes finding the hidden scarecrows and an exciting tale each day told by an onsite storyteller.

As if this isn’t enough, younger visitors who arrive on the day in their Halloween fancy dress will get a medal, with the best dressed child winning a special Halloween prize.

 

Tatton Park

If you go down into the Old Hall today, you’re in for a big surprise!

Well known for being one of the most haunted buildings in the country, you will discover terrifying paranormal activity and lost legends when you embark on a frightening trail for secret treasures in this grand medieval Cheshire home from the 21st October to the 29th October.

But it’s not just the Old Hall where there are spooky surprises galore! Why not journey through the mystery maze at The Farm and detect the spooky surprises in The Secret Garden?

Definitely a treat to terrify you this half term!

 

Ness Gardens

At Ness Gardens this year, there’s plenty of half term fun to satisfy the whole family!

From the 21st October to the 5th November, you can embark on a whole host of amazing activities including the Spooky Tree Trail with piranha like plants and talking trees, Family Crafts with spider webs and dream-catchers and The Dracula Show at The Visitor Centre.

Perfect for those creative families this October half term.

 

One Last Thought…

As a family favourite and with so much on offer at this time of the year including an onsite events station with an abundance of activities, come and stay in the heart of Cheshire at Carden Park this Autumn half term from £84 per night.

 

 

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