Spooky Events Taking Place in Plymouth This Halloween
Whether you are looking for a family-friendly Halloween activity or something a little more suited to adults, there are many events taking place in Plymouth. We have selected some of our top picks for you to look through.
Halloween is getting closer - which means it's almost time to dig out your scariest costume and make sure the pumpkin is carved. Here’s what is happening in Plymouth this Halloween.
The boat will pick you up from The Barbican. Onboard you will hear haunting tales, spooky activities, and there's a Halloween themed disco for children. Plus, there are opportunities to win treats from the trick chest and a fancy-dress competition with prizes for the best or scariest costumes. Grown-ups are encouraged to don their eerie costumes too.
It takes place on Saturday 31st October 2020 at 5pm. The event is suitable for all ages and tickets are £10 per adult, £6 per child and under 3’s are free. Family tickets are also available for £28 (2 adults, 3 children).
The walking trail is one to keep children occupied over the autumn half term. It also takes place outdoors, meaning you and your family can explore whilst being able to socially distance from others. In the city centre, you will need to find 15 Halloween characters displayed in 15 different shop windows. Using the QR codes on each window, once you have found all of them you can enter the competition to win £100 to spend in Footloose and Fancy Dress.
The activity is entirely free and takes place between Saturday 24th October and Sunday 1st November 2020.
You can pick your own pumpkins at Kitley Farm in Yealmpton, Plymouth. They have promised us some of the biggest pumpkins they have ever grown - they even have white ones, and warty ones alongside the traditional pumpkins.
The farm is open every day from 10am-5pm from 3rd October to 31st October 2020. There is no need to book a slot, as there is more than enough room to be safe and socially distance. Pumpkins start from £3, and the biggest ones are £6. There are even wheelbarrows you can use for the enormous ones.
The vast pumpkin patch has thousands of homegrown pumpkins for you to choose from. There are even scarecrows, a fun trail to follow and plenty of places to stop and take a photo. The annual event usually has pumpkin carving, tractor rides, face painting and magic shows. Unfortunately, these have been cancelled in 2020 to comply with COVID-19 procedures.
Pumpkin Fest takes place between 24th October, and 1st November 2020, between 9am-2pm. The event is ticketed to make sure there is no overcrowding and that everyone can stay socially distanced in the fields. It costs £2 per person, including children. Pumpkins are individually priced and range from £1.50 to £10. There are wheelbarrows you can use to collect them from the field.
The annual event is one for all the family. You can expect a fancy-dress competition with a prize for the scariest and even goodie bags for everyone taking part, and a trail to explore. Alongside this, you can walk, run and play within the 865 acres of country park and gardens.
The majority of the estate’s events have been cancelled for 2020. Details are still pending for Sunday 25th October. In 2019, it was £3 per child. The famous historic house can also be visited for an additional fee.
You will definitely leave this one with your hearts racing. The Halloween horror maze will see you travel along a set path through the maze and you will be greeted at scare scenes with live actors. It takes about 15-25 minutes to complete. It is not for the faint hearted. Alongside this there will be fire performers and other spectacles, and a BBQ.
The event takes place on Saturday 31st October 2020, and tickets are timed between 6pm-10pm. It is £12 per person.
The Garden House is a beautiful place to visit, but at Halloween it transforms into a ghoulish dwelling. Only the bravest souls enter the ghoulish trail and spine tingling tracks. With pumpkin carving, face painting and frightful games, it is suitable for all ages.
This is an annual event, but has been postponed for 2020. Adults go free, and under 16’s are £5 each. A percentage of the profits go to Children’s Hospice South West. Pre-booking is strongly advised, as it is a popular event.
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