If you’re looking to stay with us over October Half Term and Halloween then why take your little monsters along to see some of the ghoulish goings on across the region? There’s a huge range of Halloween-themed events taking place across South Devon, with many close to our Torbay holiday park.
We’ve picked out some of our favourites, from pumpkin carving workshops to Halloween parties… check out our guide, below!
Dinosaur Halloween Horrors, Torquay Dinosaur World, 21st-29th October
This half term discover the Halloween Horrors that have invaded Torquay’s Dinosaur World. Save the dinosaurs from the wicked witch and the ghastly ghosts and ghouls, and take the Halloween Horrors Hunt to win a Dinosaur Expert Certificate and a free 160-million year-old fossil!
Head to Kents Cavern this Halloween for some spooky activities! They’ve got regular tours throughout the day, so there’s no need to book. Just turn up and collect your activity sheets! Head on a cave tour to take part in our underground pumpkin hunt, count the number of pumpkins correctly and you’ll receive a prize. Other activities include the witches hat joke trail and spooky dig.
Head over to this popular tourist attraction over Halloween and enjoy Spookilluminations, sound, fire & light effects, a Workshop of Horrors tour, a Haunted House in 4D an watch out for the miniature Halloween characters, who have taken over the village!
The attraction is holding a crafty Halloween event over October half term at the visitors centre, where they will be making Halloween Pom Pom garlands. All children 6 years+ welcome (must be accompanied by an adult).
Dress up in your favourite Hallowe’en costume and meet the nocturnal animals at Shaldon Zoo as you embark on a weird woodland walk.
Wear your best Halloween fancy dress for this party and disco with fun and games and lots of ghoulish goodies to be won. Enjoy fun and games with a buffet, DJs and dancing!
Calling all little vampires and zombie tots, come and see what spooky surprises are in store at Occombe Farm. The event is suitable for toddlers and pre-schoolers.
A feast of frightening fun for your little horrors awaits at eerie Dartmouth Castle this Halloween half term. Enjoy spooky stories and craft activities and explore the spooky castle, specially decorated for the scariest time of the year.
There are spooky goings-on in Compton Castle this half-term. Can your children complete the indoor spotter trail? There’ll be a small prize to claim when the trail is complete!