There’ll be some ghoulish goings on across the region…and plenty for your little monsters to enjoy this Halloween!
If you are you planning to stay at your Yorkshire holiday park over the Halloween period and wondering what there is to do why not Check out our guide to some of the best Halloween events in East Yorkshire that you and your kids won’t want to miss…
There’s plenty of ghoulish goings on at Sewerby Hall this Halloween. Your little ones will love the Halloween Trail, scary animal mask-making workshops, face painting, pumpkin carving, witch crafts and potion making! Be warned, it could get messy – but who cares, right?
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! 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 with 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.
After a sell-out run last year, She Productions returns this Halloween for a trick or treat of a show, following the loveable Lightless Pumpkin. Join the BanSHEs, the warbling un-scary fairies, at the theatre and let them lead you on a mini-promenade to Beverley Library. Seek out the Lightless Pumpkin and pals lurking amongst the literature, sing the spooktacular songs and participate in the Pumpkin Parade that takes you back to the café bar at ERT for the rest of the show. Immerse yourself in this enchantingly interactive event, full of frightful delights for all the family. Clean up your cloaks and wave your wands for a performance that promises to be pumpkintastic!
Do you love scary stories? Are you easily spooked? Head to nearby Hedon for a ghost walk. Here you will hear ghost and ghoulish deeds along with much murder, mayhem and mystery. You will not walk through Hedon again without thinking of these unfortunate souls!
The annual Pumpkin Festival returns again this year with all the usual activities such as a bouncy pillow and adventure playground, but also pumpkin carving and spooky storytelling. Don’t miss the Creepy Cottage or the corn cannon either! All the children get a free pumpkin.
If you’re feeling brave this half term, why not venture over to Burton Agnes Hall and take part in the fantastically spooky woodland trail. Intrepid visitors are invited on an eerie hunt round the Hall’s atmospheric woodland, where clues are hidden amidst spooky Halloween scenes of witches, spiders and ghostly figures. Once the entire puzzle has been solved, a treat awaits in the Gift Shop. Try not to let the haunting sounds and mysterious shadows of the historic woodland walk scare you whilst searching!