Looking for Spooktacular, socially distanced, Halloween Activities this half term? Look no further!
Halloween may be a little different this year but there are still plenty of fangtastic days out to be had around Sussex!
We’ve rounded up our top 10 Halloween themed activities that you can do safely with your little monsters this October half term:
1) Spooky Movies at Brighton Palace Pier
Half term at the movies! Take a stroll to the end of Brighton Palace Pier between Monday 26th and Friday 30th October to the Sunset Cinema at Horatio’s, where they be showing family friendly spooky movies every weekday afternoon from 12:30pm. From Hotel Transylvania to Frankenweenie – they’ve got all the family Halloween favourites!
Reserve your seat at www.brightonpalacepier.co.uk/events
2) British Airways i360 spooktacular Viewing Tower
Enjoy plenty of ‘trick and treats’ at BA i360 this October half term.
Carve out some time and enjoy a day out to BA i360 this half term. Glide up to 450ft in our giant glass viewing pod which will be decked out in spooky decorations, to see Brighton’s best views on our half term flights!
After your flight why not take a seat in our beachside restaurant West Beach Bar and Kitchen and enjoy the full BA i360 experience. Take in the city’s finest sea views from our terrace, while the kids tuck into a freshly prepared and locally sourced dish from our kids pick & mix menu. Plus, if you book your flight and meal together with one of our Fly & Dine Packages, you can save more than 15%!
Zombie Takeover Saturday 31st October
Step onto the BA i360 pod if you dare on Saturday 31st October, for our guest experience team have been taken over by zombies! Fly up to 450ft with these gruesome souls for a Bloody Red Treat cocktail at the Sky Bar, whilst taking in the awesome 360-degree views over the city.
Don’t forget to bring your little monsters in their scariest fancy dress as our Zombies will be picking the best costume on each flight, winning a ‘doughnut stack’ to enjoy in our onsite restaurant West Beach Bar and Kitchen.
Book Tickets Here: https://britishairwaysi360.com/plan-your-visit/tickets/
3) Shriek Week at Drusillas Park
For a fangtastic day out join Drusilla’s for their Shriek Week from Saturday 24th October to Sunday 1st November. There will be creepy crawly encounters, selfies with haunted haybales and spooky skeletons.
Find out more about their Shriek Week: https://www.drusillas.co.uk/halloween-activities-in-east-sussex
4) Leonardslee Lake & Gardens
Head over to Leonardslee Lake and Gardens in Horsham, West Sussex for some ghoulish fun in the open air. From Spooktacular pumpkin trails to Halloween Afternoon Tea experiences there’s something for all the family.
Find out more: https://www.leonardsleegardens.co.uk/all-events
5) Globalls Crazy Glow in the Dark Golf
If you’re looking for a hauntingly great activity, we suggest taking the family for a round of glow in the dark golf in amongst Dracula, Frankenstein, skeletons, zombies and other UV creepies at Globalls Brighton.
6) Tulley’s Farm Haunted Drive-in Cinema
From £30 per car
For your older monsters why not take them to Tulley’s Haunted Drive-in Cinema. It’s a Spooktacular way to watch a spine-tingling horror blockbuster or family-friendly movie from Friday 25th September to Sunday 8th November? The Haunted Cinema experience includes a pre-film fire and light show, and a resident cast of mischievous ghosts who will add a fun layer to the spooky atmosphere!
Find out more here: https://tulleyshauntedcinema.co.uk/
7) Gruffalo Adventure at Wakehurst
Are you and your little monsters brave enough to go looking for the Gruffalo this half term? Head over to Wakehurst to solve clues and seek out the Gruffalo in the wild botanic garden on their Gruffalo Trail or head through their Asian Heath Garden to find a list of ingredients to make a Gruffalo crumble!
8) Happy Hauntings at Fishers Adventure Farm Park
Enjoy some family fun at Fisher’s Farm Halloween Happy Hauntings. Venture through their Enchanted Wood to meet their ghostess with the mostess, dare to ride their gory Ghost Tunnel and head over to their Animal Encounters Barn to give warm and friendly cuddles to the farm animals.
Find out more: https://fishersfarmpark.co.uk/halloween-happy-hauntings/
9) Phileas Fogg’s World of Adventures Vampire Experience
If the weather forecast looks scary this half term, book a trip to Phileas Fogg’s. Join world famous vampire hunter Van Helsing on this immersive Halloween experience as you travel the world, completing a series of challenges, to find and defeat Dracula in his lair.
Find out more here: https://www.phileasfoggsworldofadventures.co.uk/vampire-experience.html
10) Upside down house
For some topsy-turvy Halloween half term fun, visit our neighbours, Upside Down House Brighton, as the turn into a house of horrors, decked out in a spooky style from Monday 19th October to Sunday 1st November.
Whatever you decide to do this October half term, we hope you have a spooktacular Halloween with all the family.