Why don't mummies spend Halloween in Cornwall? They're afraid they'll relax and unwind!
Terrible jokes aside, October is upon us and that can mean only one thing, Halloween is near. Whether you are ready to don full weird and wonderful regalia or whack on a pair of cat ears and be done with it (there’s always one), Halloween in Cornwall brings with it a host of wicked events for little kids and big kids alike.
Across the county, historic houses, parks and attractions of all shapes and sizes carve their pumpkins, embrace the spooktacular and put together a line-up of fantastic events for everyone. Here is what you can look forward to this Halloween in Cornwall.
From Halloween at the Eden Project to treasure trails around National Trust estates, there is something for everyone this Halloween in Cornwall. Bundle up the clan and head to one of the many family-friendly events and have lots of fun together.
Halloweek at Camel Creek – 20th – 28th Oct 2018
Torchlight Terrors at the Old Post Office – 20th – 28th Oct 2018
Ghost Ships at the Maritime Museum – 22nd – 26th Oct 2018
Halloweden – 20th Oct – 4th Nov 2018
Pumpkin Trail at Antony – 23rd – 25th Oct and 30th – 31st Oct 2018
Tricks and Treats Firework Display at Flambards – 24th Oct 2018
Channel your inner sparkly princess or don your gruesome apparel and put your hours of Youtube make up tutorials to good use. Halloween is for big girls and boys too, and this line up of events for grown-ups is looking dead attractive.
Pirate’s Quest Fright Night – 26th Oct 2018
Ghost Hunt at the Jamaica Inn – 26th – 28th Oct 2018
Halloween Masked Ball – 27th Oct 2018
The PoZession at Bodmin Jail – 29th – 30th Oct and 1st Nov 2018
Now you’ve had all your Halloweenspiration, all that’s left to do? Have fun.