Grab your broomsticks, wave your wands and prepare yourself for a fangtastic Halloween in west Norfolk this October half-term. From scare mazes to magical workshops, we have created a handy guide of some of the best things to do this spooky season.
Looking to visit west Norfolk this Halloween? Book a two-night stay at Searles Leisure Resort between 29th – 31st October 2021 and enjoy a weekend full of frighteningly good entertainment including creepy crafts, costume competitions, haunted house parties, and so much more.
Entertain your little monsters at Halloween Phantomime this half-term. Kitty Litter and her Panto Pals will be having skele-fun at King’s Lynn’s Guildhall of St George on the 29th and 30th October 2021 at 2pm and 6pm. Help the Prince find his Princess before the evil Royal Advisor and his spooky pals trick or treat him into losing his kingdom. Dress up in your favourite Halloween costume and enjoy an afternoon full of singing, laughing, cheering and booing!
A hair-raising event for the grown-ups this Halloween. Come face to face with zombies, demons and your friendly neighbourhood ghostbusters in a live-action scare maze in South Runcton. You can choose from eight different horror movie themes including Saw Returns, 28 Days Later, and The Nun Scare Zone.
The Nightmares in Norfolk event runs from 27th until 31st October 2021 for adults.
On 26th October 2021, expect no tricks just treats at their Family Fun Night with fun-filled child-friendly activities including dancing, pumpkin carving and face painting.
Stick your fangs into delicious treats, ghoulish games and devilish dancing at Dobbies this October half-term. Children are welcome to take part in a Halloween fancy dress competition, where they are in with a chance of winning a prize provided by Baker Taylor. The event takes place between 28th – 31st October 2021.
Set in a mysterious woodland glade deep in the west Norfolk countryside, The Real Halloween is a true celebration of Autumnal magic. The event takes place on 30th and 31st October 2021 and includes fun-filled nature workshops, log fires, traditional games, and so much more. Your little ones can spend their afternoon playing in the Witches Kitchen, meeting the Fairy King and Queen, and making Magic Wands, Wizard Shields, and Broomsticks.
Homemade and plastic-free fancy dress is encouraged, and all ages are welcome to enter into the popular Plastic-free and Homemade Fancy Dress Competition!
Weird Norfolk have put together a Strange Stroll, so you can experience the scarier side of King’s Lynn this half-term. With Halloween just around the corner, spend an afternoon (or a dark autumnal evening!) walking around some of the eeriest spots of our historic market town including the Exorcist’s House and Devil’s Alley. If you are brave enough, follow the map route and embark on a haunting adventure!
Children embarking on the self-guided trail should always be accompanied by a parent or guardian – and all trail adventurers should respect the venues they visit along the way.
Don’t forget to carve out some time for pumpkin decorating this Halloween. The Dabbling Duck are hosting a pumpkin carving competition where you are in with the chance of winning a Sunday lunch for six, takeaway pizza for six or a sweetie box for all the family.
All pumpkins must be entered by 2pm on 31st October 2021!
Can you find the witch? Will you get lost in the spooky graveyard? Find out for yourself at Haunted Deepdale – The Wild Ride! An exciting outdoor spooky and enchanted theatrical happening!
A promenade performance using story telling, music and movement to tell stories of myths and ghosts of Norfolk. The later you come, the spookier it becomes!
Between the 23rd – 31st October 2021, there will be a skele-fun trail of fangtastic Halloween scarecrows around Marshland St. James and surrounding villages including Clenchwarton, Walpole Cross Keys and Terrington St Clement. During your stroll, treat yourself to spooky snacks from Marshland Hall Tearoom.