Half term Halloween horrors at Weston Park

Stately home Weston Park is plotting a wholehost of Halloween inspired family activities for its half term opening (Monday 27th - Friday 31st October). The week long celebration of all things ghoulish and gruesome includes a chance for kids to explore the 1,000 acre parkland and get messy with creepy craft workshops.

Activities will include pumpkin carving and the chance to make bats, witches and monsters. Don your wellies for a spooky scavenger hunt through Temple Wood, which takes visitors into the deep woodlands to kick up the autumn leaves.

Warm up with a Halloween inspired menu in the Granary Deli & Café, featuring pumpkin soup and a selection of novelty cakes and biscuits.

Weston Park on the Shropshire / Staffordshire borders opens for half term Monday 27th - Friday 31st October, 10:30am - 4:00pm. The adventure playground will also be open.

Halloween activities take place daily from 11am. Admission price £7.50 per child, £4.50 per adult, family ticket £22.00. Admission includes entry to the park and craft workshops (pumpkin carving is an additional £1 per child).


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