With the Isle of Wight having the reputation of being one of the spookiest places in the UK, it’s no wonder that there is always a great selection of ways to celebrate Halloween. From magical adventures for all ages at some of the biggest Isle of Wight attractions, to ghost walks through historical houses and even a live interactive horror experience, the place to be this Halloween in definitely the Isle of Wight!
This Halloween at the Owl and Monkey you will find apple bobbing, meet the owls, spooky spider hunt, trick or treat, ghost story telling, face painting and much more – with reduced entry and competitions for anyone in full fancy dress!
It was no surprise that Living TV’s “Most Haunted” show decided to film an episode in the grand ruin’s of Appuldurcombe House during their 6th series, and from 29th October 2012to Wednesday 31st October you will be able to take part in one of their “Spooktacular” ghost walks around the house and visit one of the Isle of Wight’s most spooky attractions!
If you are looking for a magical way to spend your Halloween then look no further than the Isle of Wight Steam Railway’s “Wizard Week”. Running from 29th October to 2nd Novemberthere is a huge range of activities on offer including “Wizardly Magic Shows” a “Spooky Maze” and fun for all the family!
This Halloween sees the old Victorian fortification battery and surrounding park at Puckpool tranformed into the live action horror experience that is “Park of the Dead”. Many of the tunnels and areas that have been closed off for years will be re-opened as visitors are led on a tour of the park and it’s mysterious inhabitants…
Set in the grounds of yet another of the great historical Isle of Wight attractions, “Time Travellers Go… Ghosts & Ghouls” has on offer a whole range of activities for your “little horrors” this Halloween. Creepy crafts, spooky activities and ghost hunting are just a few of the things on offer at Carisbrooke Castle from 27th October to 4th November.
Once again Blackgang Chine open up it’s world of fantasy and adventure to all wannabe witches and wizards. With a big range of Halloween games and competitions lined up including magic shows, face painting, ghost stories and loads of prizes and give-aways. Activities take place from 12pm on 23rd, 25th, 30th October and 1st November.
The Isle of Wight Ghost Experience are the authority on knowledge of ghostly activity on the Island and their range of ghost walks throughout the year are massively popular. For their Halloween spectacular this year they have 4 different experiences to choose from in a variety of locations, sure to be not for the faint hearted!