Halloween in Cheshire
October is almost over, that can only mean one thing – Halloween! If you’re heading to Cheshire this Autumn, why not visit Soughton Hall Hotel, one of the most beautiful hotels and wedding venues in Cheshire.
Here are our top 5 Halloween events in Cheshire over the coming weekend:
The Crocky Trail hosts its Crocky Horror Show!
With four nights of fireworks over Hallowe’en and Bonfire Night there is also the brand new ‘The Catacombs’ attraction! If you’re a fan of The Crocky trail its guaranteed to delight this Halloween with added ghouls, skeletons, zombies and monsters!
From Saturday, October 22 – Sunday, October 30
What could be better than some Roald Dahl ‘witchy’ mischief at Tatton Parks Old Hall? The fun continues in the Mansion, the Farm and in the Gardens at Tatton Park. As part of what would have been Roald Dahl’s 100th Birthday celebrations, Tatton Park will be especially spooky! Normal attraction entry charges apply.
Saturday, October 22 – Monday, October 31
You’ll meet a host of performers, musicians, aerialists, acrobats and animals along the way to help you break the spell an evil sorcerer has cast over the zoo this Halloween. Visitors will love celebrating the Zoo’s special take on spooky fun over the Halloween period. The event will run from 10-2pm each day from October 22 to October 31 and is free with zoo entry, but booking is advised to guarantee a place.
The Original Ghost Tour of Chester
Monday, October 31
Feel like keeping it classic? Why not enjoy a traditional ghost tour in Historical Chester? Revisit scenes of supernatural happenings and macabre events from Chester’s mysterious and murky past on the city’s longest running ghost tour.
Tours depart from outside the Visitor Information Centre. Call 0151 601 5333 for more information.
The Hospice of the Good Shepherd is holding its first Halloween event in association with Chester Racecourse on Sunday, October 30 from 5-7 30pm.
The Spook Walk is taking place at Chester Racecourse and participants will enjoy trick or treats, pumpkin carving, walking through gunge stations and many other ghostly surprises. Better still, it’s all in the name of a good charity!
Soughton Hall Hotel situated close to the Cheshire border is not only a beautiful former stately home and one of the most stunning wedding venues in Cheshire. It is also a fantastic base for those wishing to explore one of the most picturesque counties in the UK. If you’re considering an Autumn wedding, why not visit Soughton Hall when it’s at its most beautiful? With the russet oranges and reds of Autumn now on full display, this luxury boutique hotel in Cheshire really is outstanding.
For further information, visit their website or contact their dedicated staff on 01352 840811.