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Horrible Halloween

Sat 21 Oct – Sun 29 Oct 2017



No need to book


Join us again for another fun Halloween during the October half-term holiday.

For children

Throughout October half-term there will be our ever popular Halloween trail as well as crafts and other activities to enjoy.

Creatures of the Night Trail

To celebrate our ‘Creatures and Creations’ exhibition at the Coach House Gallery, this years Halloween trail takes you through the woods in search of some ‘Creatures of the Night’. See how many creatures you can find on our special illuminated woodland trail.

£2 per child

Isadora Moon Reading

Half vampire, half fairy, Isadora Moon is totally unique!

On Wednesday 25 October, children’s author and illustrator Harriet Muncaster will be giving a special reading of ‘Isadora Moon Goes to School’, the latest book in her magical Isadora Moon series. The story follows Isadora Moon and her classmates as they visit a spooky old castle, where Isadora meets a surprising new friend.

Pumpkin Carving and Painting

Get creative and carve or paint your very own pumpkin design. Make sure to come early as we have a limited number of 1,000 pumpkins grown especially for us!

£4 per pumpkin

For families


Parkinson's Spooky Sprint

Sat 21 Oct

Join us when the sun goes down for a run on the dark side!

Find out more >


Fête Worse than Death

Sat 28 & Sun 29 Oct

Get into the Halloween spirit with our weekend Fête on the last weekend of October.

Find out more >

To eat


Spooky Afternoon Tea

Treat the kids with a Spooky Afternoon Tea in the Manor Restaurant, including a delicious pot of “worms”, a ghost meringue and an eyeball cupcake.

To book call 01296 820414


Wigwam Café

New for October half-term, local chef Barney Wrobel brings his wigwam café to Waddesdon.

The café will be serving street food, hot drinks, homemade cakes and more.