Halloween Half Term Spooky Fun at Hever Castle

Halloween Half Term Spooky Fun at Hever Castle

October 29th – November 4th 2012

Treat the children to a fun day out this Halloween at historic Hever Castle in Kent. There’s a spine-tingling programme of spooky entertainment to keep the children amused over the Half Term break that’s guaranteed to thrill visitors of all ages.

Follow a pumpkin trail through the grounds to discover information about the Castle’s intriguing past. Get creative in the drop-in Halloween workshops making your own trick-or-treat to take home. There’ll be more ghostly goings on from the Lady of the Wildwoods who’ll keep children spellbound with her scary stories from beyond the grave.

Besides the spooky activities on offer, young visitors can let off steam in the Adventure Playground and explore the twists and turns of the Yew Maze. Plus there’s plenty of wide open spaces for family fun and games.

To complete your day out, head for the award-winning restaurants where special Halloween themed meals and snacks on the menu throughout the week are sure to revive your spirits!

Gardens open at 10.30am; Castle opens at 12 noon.  Last admission 5pm; final exit 6pm.

Admission Prices:  Adults £14.50; Seniors £12.50; Children £8.30; Family ticket £37.30

Telephone 01732 865224 or visit www.hevercastle.co.uk.