The NYMR Halloween Train will take you and your family on a spooky journey this Halloween! Children and their scaredy-cat grown ups will love meeting our silly, spectacular and sometimes spooky cast of storytellers, from Wendy Witch to Vinnie Vampire.
Spooktacular family entertainment with Ghoulish tractor rides in the freaky forest, visits to the witch's cottage and spooky crafts.
Cast light on a dark history this Halloween! See Bram Stoker's inspiration in a new light as Whitby Abbey is bathed in dramatic illuminations once again.
The Adventure Zones at Stockeld Park's Halloween Adventure provide spooky fun for all ages. Travel through the illuminated enchanted forest, try nordic skiing and the real ice rink or get lost in the maze.
York Maze Halloween by day offers over 20 family friendly attractions and rides including a maze teasure hunt and a free pumpkin for all children.
Lightwater Valley is set to be transformed into 'Frightwater Valley' as part of its spooky Halloween celebrations between Thursday 26th October and Sunday 29th October 2017. During the day friendly frights are suitable for the whole family but BE WARNED.... as dusk falls visitors will need to tread very scarefully as the darker the night the scarier the fright!
Visit Art Fund Museum of the Year 2017 this half term for family fun including free artist-led workshops, our Autumn Art Club and spooktacular Halloween activities. Including Explore & Draw Stations, Body Scapes Workshops and Bright Light Sculptures. Photo Credit Nick Singleton
An action-packed week of spooks and adventure for all the family – in the company of a real-life witch! Spell making, campfire stories, Halloween Trail, pumpkin carving, kids crafts and face painting.
Wanda the Witch needs some help making her magic potion – she has forgotten what some of the ingredients are! Follow her creepy trail around the Arboretum, hunting for the letters to complete her magic spell.
Fright Night is returning to Stockeld Park - bigger better and scarier!. Featuring three new attractions, it's not for the faint-hearted.
Owl encounters, spooky tales and twilight nature walks this half-term holiday. Have a hoot at Beningbrough during half-term with owl inspired activities from 21 October to 5 November, plus spooky activities on Hallowe’en to make you shudder.
Who says Halloween has to last just one day? For pretty much the whole of October (and a little bit of November) we're giving The York Dungeon a full festive overhaul, with plenty of decorations, and new surprises in every show!