8 spooky events in Hampshire for Halloween
PUBLISHED: 14:46 22 October 2018 | UPDATED: 10:31 01 November 2018
Our guide to some of the best Halloween events on offer across Hampshire this October
Fairground at Night - 20 October
Hollycombe Steam Collection
Hollycombe’s Fairground is open on various nights throughout autumn with a Halloween themed night on 20 October. Enjoy Halloween games and a fancy dress is encouraged.
Boo at the Zoo - 20-28 October
Enjoy creepy storytelling with Esme the witch in the Haunted Hall throughout half term with the opportunity for kids to create their very own spellbinding wand.
Potions and Broomsticks - 20-28 October
Manor Farm Country Park
Enjoy a range of terrifying activities at Manor Farm Country Park this Halloween; from potion making and broomstick flying to dressing up and creepy crafts.
Halloween at Stansted Park - 21-28 October
Stansted Park, Rowlands Castle
In its fifth year, the Halloween event at Stansted Park offers whole week of family-friendly fun. The maze will be Halloween themed during the half term week with the house being transformed into a fairy-tale.
Halloween and Night at the Museum - 26 October
Tudor House and Garden
Meet friendly spirits, enjoy face painting and make creepy crafts in this Halloween event at Tudor House from 10am-8pm.
Magical Halloween - 26-27 October
Explosion Museum of Naval Firepower
Budding witches and wizards are invited to attend classes at Explosion Museum, Gosport with talented professors, sorcerers and a Dragon tamer!
Wizard Weekend - 27-28 October
Get dressed up and join the Watercress Line for a spooky day of magic and mischief when the railway’s popular Wizard Weekend returns with an exciting array of Harry Potter-themed activities. Walk in Harry Potter’s footsteps on the real Kings Cross footbridge, dash through Platform 9¾, meet some familiar faces along the way and take unlimited rides on the Wizard Express steam train.
Ghost Walk and Supper - 31 October
Sir Harold Hillier Gardens
Celebrate Halloween at Sir Harold Hillier Gardens! Darkness has fallen so embrace the festivities and join in the fun with a spooky costumed torchlight guided tour. Hear tales of the tormented history of Jermyn’s House and Romsey’s ghostly past. Arrival drink will be served in Jermyn’s House at 7pm. After the walk savour a two course supper. Wear suitable clothing and footwear, and bring a torch!
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