Tickets on sale now for Hallowe’en trail in East Mids
There are ghostly goings on at Rufford Castle this month, and they make for a frighteningly good family day or night out!
Tickets are selling fast for the spine-tingling family-friendly outdoor Hallowe’en trail, winding its way around Rufford Castle near Ollerton, in Nottinghamshire.
Packed with surprises, this one kilometre walk promises fun and spooky adventure, but don’t worry, it’s not scary, making this a family-event for all ages, but ideally suited to those of primary age. There’s even a puzzle sheet to solve as you go along, making this interactive and fun for little ones, without any fear-factor included in some other Hallowe’en events.
Visit in the evening and the trail will be illuminated, adding a touch of magic and marvel to the proceedings. For those who prefer a daytime outing, the daylight walkways still offer a fun walk through the woods with plenty to see along the way.
Don’t forget your camera – there are 100 photo opportunities along the trail for you to snap up some haunting memories!
Not only is the event family friendly, there’s plenty of parking nearby and portable toilets are available at the start and finish. And while it might be suitable for children of all ages, sadly dogs are not allowed to join you on this woodland walk.
It can get muddy underfoot, so boots and wellies are required. Sadly, the route is not suitable for prams or wheelchairs.
It runs until October 31, with key dates already being snapped up, so early booking is advised.
Under twos pay nothing, and daytime tickets start at £7.95, with the evening illuminated tickets on sale for £10.95. Parking is available at the Abbey for £4 per car.
Visit Totally Spooky East Midlands to book your tickets now. You receive instant e-tickets, and there’s a secure online payment system.