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10 spooky things to do in Cheshire for Halloween

PUBLISHED: 01:00 25 September 2018 | UPDATED: 08:42 25 September 2018


It’s nearly that time of the year again to root out your scariest costumes and prepare for some tricks and treats. We’ve put together some of the best Halloween events happening this October in Cheshire.

12th October 

Lyceum Ghost Hunt

Prepare for a chilling evening where you could run into a spooky encounter with the Lady in White, the lonely ballerina or the deceased stagehand. Or perhaps you’ll make an eerie discovery of your own as you wander the building which sits on the site of a disused Roman Catholic chapel.

The Lyceum Theatre, Crewe, CW1 2DA


12th October – 3rd November

Spooky World 

The incredibly popular Spooky World returns again for another year at Apple Jacks farm. Apple Jacks hosts a whole heap of fun in the day for families and young children, and is then transformed into a thrilling scare-fest at night. If you have what it takes to complete the five scare-mazes all while running from creepy clowns and zombies, then this is the challenge for you.

Stretton Rd, Warrington, Cheshire WA4 4NW


20th -31st October

Spooktacular Fun on the Farm – Stockley Farm

Stockley Farm's Witch will be taking residence in her spooky house, ready to play trick or treat with those brave enough to venture in. You can carve your own pumpkins, take part in the fabulous fancy dress competitions, and enjoy a few treats (or tricks!) along the way!

There is a whole programme of Fiendish fun on the farm for all the family planned – click here for details.

Stockley Farm Park, Arley, Northwich, Cheshire, CW9 6LZ


20th October – 4th November

Zombie Pirate Treasure Trail

Blakemere Village is known for organising fantastic family events throughout the year, but this one is sure to give you chills. Fun for both children and adults at the Zombie Pirate Treasure Trail this half term as you can discover the hidden items left by the Zombie Pirates many years ago. Expect a whole host of themed treats along the way!

Blakemere Village, CW8 2EB


21st October – 29th October

Haunted Halloween at The Old Hall, Tatton Park

Reputedly one of the most haunted buildings in the country? Take an eerie tour of Tatton's secluded Medieval building, where haunted souls are said to roam these lonely floors looking to reconnect with the living. Join in ghoulish activities in the ancient grounds, and hear spine-tingling tales of haunted happenings.

Tatton Park, Knutsford, Cheshire, WA16 6QN


24th October – 28th October

Hallowtide at Little Moreton Hall

Discover how the Tudors celebrated Halloween, explore some of the smells of the season and take part in Hallowtide activities.

Little Moreton Hall & Gardens, Congleton


26th October – 31st October

Crocky Horror Show at The Crocky Trail

The Crocky Trail in Waverton will be home to the annual Crocky Horror Show and 2018’s show is bigger and better. The organisers at Crocky Trail promise an evening packed with frights and delights suitable for the whole family. Visit the website to find out which attractions are age sensitive.

The Crocky Trail, Cotton Abbotts, Waverton, Chester, CH3 7PH


26th, 27th, 29th, 30th, 31st October

Chester Halloween Ghost Tour

Revisit scenes of supernatural happenings and macabre events from Chester's mysterious and murky past on Chester's longest running ghost tour

Chester Walls


27 October - 2 November

Ghostly Goings at Quarry Bank

Scare yourself on a spooky tour of the Apprentice House and toast a ghostly marshmallow over a campfire.

Quarry Bank, Wilmslow


28th October

Creepy Capers at Capesthorne Hall

Put on your fancy dress and head out for a Spooky Woodland Trail to collect the clues and win a prize. Enjoy the spooky activities and, for the brave, join the Ghost Walk through the Hall from 3:30pm.

Capesthorne Hall & Gardens, Macclesfield




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