If you’re looking for some fangtastic ways to entertain the kids this October half term, look no further!
We’ve rounded up our top 5 picks in Sussex worth treating the whole family to this Halloween. So don’t let your little ones be lazy bones this October half term, become mummy (or daddy) of the year with our thrilling activities.
Horrible Mysteries at Phileas Fogg’s World of Adventures
Head down to Phileas Fogg’s on selected weekends over October, for a magical and fun Halloween walk. Described as ‘slightly spooky’ this may not be best for the truly scaredy cats amongst you, but kids will love this journey through time. Interact with actors dressed up as historical characters as you wonder through their authentic sets, exploring Paris, Diamond mines, Egypt and even the Jungle.
More information and tickets: https://www.phileasfoggsworldofadventures.co.uk/halloween.html
Pumpkins on the Pod at British Airways i360 Viewing Tower
Take a flight in our giant pumpkin this Halloween and see our spooktacular display of decorated pumpkins onboard British Airways i360 Viewing Tower. Carved by local school children and artists these Jack o Lanterns will be sure to entertain and delight your little ones, and hopefully give you plenty of inspiration for some family fun carving at home.
Dying to get involved at home? Read how to enter our pumpkin carving competition here: https://britishairwaysi360.com/event/pumpkins-on-the-pod/
Halloween Shriek Week at Drusillas Park
This October half term, Drusillas are holding a range of family fun Halloween activities from the 26th October – 3rd November. Join them for witchy walks through cobweb filled corridors, or go through a maze with Mungo, their resident Mummy. You can even meet some creepy crawlies at the Discovery Centre. Whatever you get up to, you’ll be sure to have a wicked time!
More information here: https://www.drusillas.co.uk/halloween-activities-in-east-sussex
Halloween at Leonardslee Gardens
Head to Leonardslee Gardens in Horsham, West Sussex, this October half term to get your little horrors some fresh air. They’re holding Halloween themed fun from the 26th October – 3rd November. So if you’re brave enough to complete their skelehunt or conquer their boo-stackle course head over to Horsham.
More information and tickets here: https://www.leonardsleegardens.co.uk/all-events/halloween-at-leonardslee
Halloween at Globalls Crazy Golf
If the weather forecast looks rather scary over October half term, we suggest a round of crazy golf at Brighton’s Globalls. Known for their glow-in-the-dark crazy dinosaur themed golf courses, this Halloween they’ve created a spellbinding Halloween course. Take the whole family for a round surrounded by their gallery of amazing pictures of Dracula, Frankenstien, Skeletons, Zombies and other UV creepies.
More information: http://www.globalls.co.uk/book-now
So whatever you carve out some time for this October half term, we hope you have a spooktacular Halloween with the all the family.