12 of the spookiest Halloween events on in Surrey
PUBLISHED: 16:28 07 October 2019 | UPDATED: 14:24 10 October 2019
The spookiest time of the year is fast approaching! We pick some of the best events to celebrate Halloween in Surrey
Fright Nights - 28 September-3 November
Thorpe Park's annual Halloween event returns with every Fright Nights day ticket (£33) including access to 7 scare mazes and attractions. For £42 your ticket includes the Containment Escape Room.
Half term and Halloween at Crockford Bridge Farm - 5-31 October
Crockford Bridge Farm in Addlestone is once again hosting a variety of events throughout October. On 5-6 and 12-13 October, they open for pumpkin field picking. Half term week sees fun activities aplenty with the Pumpkin Festival between 25-31 October. There will be thousands of pumpkins for sale with a Wonder Woods Promenade Performance, too.
Spooktacular Howl'o'ween Fun - 12 October-3 November
Open late on selected dates, Chessington's Halloween events see the return of their award-winning Creepy Caves Unearthed, as well as a new attraction called Spyders.
Claremont Landscape Garden - 28 and 31 October
The gnarly trees of Claremont Landscape Garden, near Esher, are the perfect setting for a couple of Halloween events. Pumpkin carving takes place on 28 October at the Thatched Cottage with a spooky walk on 31 October.
Polesden Lacey Halloween Trail - 26 October-3 November
Join in with the spooky fun of Halloween at Polesden Lacey, the National Trust Edwardian house and estate. During the October half term week, see if you and the whole family can find the animals, which only usually come out at night. Tickets: £3.
Create a Creepy Pumpkin - 26-27 October
Woking Shopping is celebrating Halloween in spooktacular style with the chance for customers to pick up a pumpkin and have their own creepy design carved out for free! Customers are invited to join the terrifying team at the petrifying pumpkin station from 11am-4pm to create their own spine-chilling pumpkin design on one of the special templates.
Pumpkin Week - 26-31 October
Secretts are back with another pumpkin event in 2019 and throughout the week (11am-4pm daily) there will be tractor rides, children's activities and even a pumpkin themed menu.
Night Run - 26 October
A spooktacular 2k family fun run will take place at Dapdune Wharf as darkness falls. Be sure to keep an eye out for some spooky surprises along the way!
Carving - 29 October
Another National Trust site, another Halloween event! Head to Winkworth Arboretum with the little ones and carve your very own pumpkin decoration just in time for the big day.
Halloween Run - 29 October
A terrifying 10k is on the cards at Denbies this Halloween with an undulating route over paved tracks and off-road trails. Carved pumpkins show you the way, but be prepared for a few surprises along the way.
A Silent Ghost Story - 30-31 October
Join the fun at Kingston Town Centre's fully immersive Halloween experience that will take the audience on a spine-chilling journey through the Ancient Market Place. There will be a mix of lighting and audio technology, live performances and theatrical encounters with ghouls and other beings. Tickets: £12.
Reigate Ghost Walk - Every Friday in October
Listen to tales of mystery, murder and paranormal activity as you take a look at Reigate's murky past. Tickets are £6 for adults.
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