We have already blogged about Tulleys Farm in West Sussex but for those who live in Kent here is a list of the best Halloween attractions around!! Read more if you dare….
The Hop Farm – Freak Week which runs from tonight (27th October) until Monday 31st October from 6pm – 11pm. This is not for the faint hearted – be prepared to scream more than you have before!!! If the ‘Slaughter House Maze’, and ‘The Seance of Mary Ellen’ aren’t enough to spook you then the ‘Torture Cellar Live’ definitely will! Tickets cost £12.50 in advance and £15.00 on the door. Visit their website for more information
Brands Hatch – Halloween Truck Racing this is something a little bit different for Halloween. Why not step away from the norm of spooky mazes, haunted houses and ghosts and spend the day at Brands Hatch watching the 2011 British Truck Championship reach its conclusion. On Sunday 30th October is not only the main race day but there are heaps of entertainment to keep the kids happy. Visit their website for ticket prices and more information.
Chiddingstone Castle – Halloween Special on Sunday 30th October. The afternoon is full of traditional Halloween games and favourites including apple bobbing, face painting and pumpkin carving. This is a fabulous day especially if you have younger children, and for £7.00 entry per adult and only £4.00 for children over 5 it is not to be missed.
Broadwitch – Hauntfest not only caters for the children but the adults too, running until Monday 31st October. During the day there are a number of Halloween favourites including pumpkin carving and a few spooky ‘rides’ for those who feel brave enough. At night the spook factor really increases with a variety of haunts to see, children under16 must be accompanied by an adult. ‘The Field of Fear’, ‘The Vault’ and the ‘Terror Trailer Ride’ all have maximum scare factor and are definitely worth a scream or two!! Visit the websitefor ticket prices and more information.
So if you think you are brave enough why not experience some of the spoooookiest attractions in Kent.