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Halloween at Stockeld Park - Treat the kids


Halloween at Stockeld Park

19th October- 31st October

Halloween Adventure 24 October – 31 October.

The Enchanted Forest will welcome you with its illuminated creatures and animatronics sculptures, don’t be alarmed to find a witch or two lurking around Tangle Tree Climb, or in the Spider’s Lair – you might have to answer her riddle before she lets you leave!

Go and visit Wizard Mal’s Magic Show 24 – 30 October

Show times: 11.00am, 12.15pm, 1.45pm, 3.15pm & 4.30pm
Show price: £6 per child

Join Magic Mal, our wonderful magician who will be casting wizardry and witch craft during his magic shows throughout the day.

Learn new magic spells and have fun watching tricks that will leave you spellbound! Each child will also leave with their own Halloween treat!

Pumpkin Carving  25-30 October

Buy a pumpkin and see our magical artist create a masterpiece for you to display in your window on Halloween!

Creepy Creatures

24 _ 30 October, 10am – 5pm
Free event – included in your entrance fee

Reptile Rangers will be onsite with their Creepy Creatures for the whole week.

Come and hold a tarantula, pet a snake or make friends with a giant cockroach during October half term.

Fright Night at Stockeld Park

£14 per person
ONLINE BOOKING ONLY: time slots available from 5.30pm – 9.30pm

Wander into the moonlit Forest and join the Vampires’ Ball. Follow the murky path through the twisted trees into the Vampires’ Vale, where vampires gather in the shadows for a night of decaying decadence.

Then get lost in the giant shadowy yew tree maze,  where Edwin Oddfellow’s  ‘Carnival of Oddities’ lie in their final resting places,  awaiting your arrival!!

The finale is ONLY FOR THE BRAVE!! .. Are you strong enough to enter the Black Crypt? Blind faith will be your guide as you embark on a journey into the inky darkness, in this sensory deprived experience. Sometimes it’s what you can’t see that gets you!

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