We’ve hit the spookiest time of the year with Halloween weekend just round the corner…! So, as a special spine-tingling treat, we’ve scanned the UK for some of the scariest attractions to keep you petrified this season…
#1. Nottingham Ghost Walk
Nottingham Ghost Walk is celebrating it’s 21st Birthday this year which means it’s at it spookiest! Founded in 1993 by psychic medium Jenny Cross, it has become one of the most successful ghost walks in Nottingham. This haunting experience will take you past Nottingham Castle, to a graveyard, ancient sandstone caves and through the Galleries of Justice.
You can experience the Nottingham Ghost Walk all year round, but booking near Halloween is a must! And with time slots still available for this Halloween weekend for only £7 per person, get booking now!
#2. The Making of Harry Potter – Warner Bros. Studio Tour in London
The new Dark Arts feature at the Warner Brothers Studio couldn’t have arrived at a better time. On until 3rd November, you can not only go behind the scenes of the Harry Potter film series, but until Monday you are able to see a section of the feast from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone in Hogwarts Great Hall, walk beneath the dimmed lights of Diagon Alley and bump into the Death Eaters patrolling the wizarding shopping street.
You can even get up close and personal with Lord Voldemort’s 20-foot snake, Nagini, which sits atop the Malfoy Manner table.
#3 Scare Kingdom Scream Park in Blackburn, Lancashire
Full of fright-filled attractions, the Scare Kingdom Scream Park celebrates it’s sixth season this Halloween. Running until the 8th November and with tickets starting at just £14.50, Scream Park is a must for fearless families, thrill-seeking adrenaline junkies and courageous kids alike!
#4 Legoland Windsor’s Brick or Treat in London
Up until the 3rd November, Legoland will be running many spook-tacular activities for Brick or Treat! Hunt for the LEGO spiders as you venture through the eerie Forrest of 5,000 Pumpkins and even have a go at building your own LEGO pumpkin to add to the patch and end the trip by showing your best monster mash at the Monster Ball.
A spooky puppet show and daily fancy dress competition will make it a blast for the little. Prices are £41.40 for children and seniors and £46.80 for adults at the door.
#5 Dungeon Lates in London (18+)
The popular Dungeon Lates is an absolute scream at Halloween – so much so that the London Dungeon is offering several more Fridays of after-hour scares this year. Starting on the 7th November, the after hours fun will begin with a gin cocktail, a raid through the dress-up box and an hour of dungeon scares – for £40 a ticket, you will get a fantastically eerie, cocktail-filled experience this Halloween!