Halloween is upon us and the new city is gearing for all sorts of creepy events this year. There is something for everyone across town, so make sure you get your teeth into them (literally!!).
The House Of Hocus Pocus takes place from Saturday October 25 to Friday October 31.
The garden centre has a wizard to guide you and your family through its fun Halloween experience.
The centre says: "Our wizard will meet you at the start of the session, and guide you through the adventure. Enter our first room where all the children will get to dunk their very own apple in chocolate, and then cover it in yummy sprinkles! Next it’s into the pumpkin room where each child will get to carve their own pumpkin that they can take home with a battery tea light. Our wizard will then guide you through into our story room where he will read a fun tale whilst the children enjoy a sweet treat. This experience is suitable for all ages and lasts approximately 50 minutes. All children must be accompanied by an adult."
It costs £9.99 per child and £1.99 per adult. Between Saturday 25 and Friday 31, sessions will take place at 10.30am, 11.30am, 1.30pm, 2.30pm, 3.30pm, or 4.30pm (there is also a 5.30pm session on Friday 31).
The venue is also holding a Halloween Circus, £6.99 per person, between Saturday 25 and Friday 31. Shows are at 10.30am, 12.30pm, 2.30pm & 4.30pm.
It's Trick and Treat week at Gulliver’s between October 26 to the 31.
There will be Halloween activities for the whole family to enjoy and depending on how brave you’re feeling, there are also fabulously freaky experiences!
Children will be amazed to see that even some of their favourite rides have received a Halloween makeover.
At the Snozone there's a Halloween Spooktacular with monstrous arts and crafts in the restaurant area; Wednesday, October 29 - go in freaky fancy dress; Thursday, October 30 Spooky Sledging and thrilling tricks at the Halloween-themed freestyle park; Friday, October 31 free reptile roadshow in the Snolounge where you can meet creepy crawlies up close and personal plus spooky sledging and face painting.
At Bletchley Park there are creepy craft workshops and tricky trails around the codebreaking huts and blocks and a tour, designed specially for children, are all on offer at the attraction's half term Halloween Family Fun Day on Wednesday, October 29. At no extra charge, families can enjoy a whole day of codebreaking and craft fun. Visitors of all ages are invited to dress up in Halloween costume.
360 Family Entertainment Centre Halloween Party Night is on Friday, October 31 from 6pm. Fun and games plus fancy dress competition. Children’s ticket includes a hot snack box, drink, cake and ‘spooktacular’ treat. Children with play pass £6, others £8.50 before October 26 and £7 play pass and £9.50 others after. Booking necessary. Roebuck Way, Knowhill 01908 308360
Don't forget the famous Stony Stratford Zombie Pub Crawl, now it in its 8th year, the town is expecting over 1000 people dressed up in the most gory fashions around. Pubs on the high street will be gearing up with the most frightful of themes, including the new Smoke Shack restaurant which is transforming into a mini horrifying disco which will be open until 2am just for the occasion. The Galleon in Old Wolverton is also inviting the undead of Stony for a late night party in their garden with live music until late. For more info visit the facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/events/770583042987865/?fref=ts
Info courtesy of MKWEB