Spooktacular Ghoulings on

Why not take a look at interesting and fun-filled activities that are going on in the North West of England near our Wigan Easicampers branch.

  1. World Museum, Liverpool: They often host family-friendly Halloween events, such as craft activities, storytelling, and more.
  2. Farmer Ted’s Adventure Farm, Ormskirk: Their Halloween event, “Farmer Ted’s Halloween Festival,” offers a range of activities for kids, including pumpkin picking, a haunted hayride, and more.
  3. Blackpool Pleasure Beach: Around Halloween, they usually have a “Vampire Beach” event, which is a family-friendly Halloween party with a parade, fancy dress, and fireworks.
  4. Stockley Farm Park, Northwich: They often host a “Spooktacular Halloween Festival” with activities like pumpkin picking, creepy critter encounters, and more.
  5. Tatton Park, Knutsford: This historic estate often has Halloween events for families, including haunted hall tours designed for kids, storytelling, and themed trails.
  6. The Crocky Trail, Chester: Around Halloween, they usually have a “Crocky Horror Show,” which is a fun and slightly spooky event for families.
  7. Lancaster Castle: This historic castle sometimes hosts family-friendly Halloween events, such as spooky tours and storytelling sessions.
  8. Bolton Museum: They often have Halloween-themed craft sessions and other activities for kids during the October half-term.
  9. Martin Mere Wetland Centre, Burscough: They typically offer pumpkin carving and other Halloween-themed activities for families.
  10. Haunted Houses and Mazes: There are several haunted houses and mazes in the North West, but not all are suitable for kids. Always check the age recommendations before planning a visit.
  11. Local Libraries and Community Centers: Many local libraries and community centers in the North West host Halloween-themed storytimes, craft sessions, and other events for kids.

Remember, many towns and cities in the North West also have community-organized Halloween events, such as parades, trick-or-treating events, and more. It’s worth checking local council websites, community bulletin boards, or local newspapers for announcements about such events.

Lastly, always ensure that the event is age-appropriate for your child, and it’s a good idea to book in advance if required, as popular events can sell out quickly.

Why not visit some of the top attractions in the North West whilst in a Easicampers Motorhome.

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By Phone 01942 778899

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