If you're heading off on holiday in Devon for October half term, make sure to head to the south of the county as there's lot of things to do in Autumn half term with National Trust events and Halloween mayhem to keep everyone entertained.
Dress up and get avasting in a hearty quest on Pirate Day this half term, with activities continuing all week.
Trick or treat trail and ghost train as well as…. Bug-eating challenge!
Babbacombe Model Village gets its spooky on with horror tours through creepy woodland and abandoned workshops with live actors, fire, light and sound effects.
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A witches flying school? Fancy dress? Singing pumpkins and plenty of Halloweeny activities? Big Sheep are throwing a lot in amongst the usual sheepy fun this Halloween half term.
A spooky treat given for those in fancy dress, ride the actual ghost train at Pecorama with children’s entertainment.
Step over the threshold of the Creaky Hotel for and tour full of spooky surprises. Fireworks finish off the half term week with a bang on 29th and 30th.
Trails, digs and pumpkin hunts, all in a spooky underground cave setting.
Not for the fainthearted…
Pumpkins galore among the piggies, with races, tossing, skittles and carving with daily prizes.
Thrills along the Pumpkin Trail and close encounters of the reptile kind at Powderham Castle.
Dress up and explore amongst the skeletons whilst solving clues on this mystery tour.
Pumpkin trails and Halloween treasure with a free gift for children.
A tram ride filled with entertainment and a free ‘baddy bag’ and station games. There might be zombies.
An eclectic mix, but this half term there’s entertainment across the ages at this Clovelly Adventure Park.
Classical goodness for a whole week, with world class performances and musical experiences across several locations - Tiverton, Dunster, Ashburton, Okehampton, Dulverton, Exeter...
There’s a resident ghost that people keep coming back to try and spot – perhaps he’ll come out of hiding during the Halloween festivities. If not, there’s always craft activities, trails and spell-making to entertain.
There are many resident ghosts to enhance the atmosphere and Arlington are making the most of them this Halloween, starting with a harvest celebration.
The pumpkins have gone missing! Come and help find them this Halloween.