Spooky Halloween Fun in Bradford & District

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Have a terrific, terrifying time with our pick of the best Halloween events for kids and more…..

Come along to the Bradford Industrial Museum for some Halloween making madness! Follow the Halloween trail and find ghosts and ghouls lurking in the dark corners of the mill.  Get crafty and creative, make your own ghoulish bookmark, ghostly lantern, Halloween bunting or your very own Frankensteins monster!

Witch Way to Main Street – Haworth? Spooky goings on in Haworth at the annual Halloween spectacular. The historic village will be overtaken by ghosts, ghouls, witches and goblins for a scary parade up Main Street, with procession at various intervals.  Come and join in the fun on Saturday for Dragon Day and on Sunday come along and take part in The Parade of Ghouls.

Shipley Glen Tramway will be putting on a scary image 28 & 29 October

Join NT East Riddlesden Hall for a spooktacular party in a 400 year-old barn? Come along for music, dancing, party games, face painting, crafts and lots of fun – don’t forget to wear your favourite costume.  This event is always very popular – we recommend early booking to avoid disappointment.

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Get Creative with some spooky pots at Cobbles & Clay in Haworth. A great workshop for the October half term in the lead up to Halloween.

 

 

 

 

Dare you walk the TUNNEL OF DOOM at Bradford Ice Arena? There might be infra red cameras, monsters, spiders (well, maybe just some webs), ghouls, witches and everything else you can think of to scare you half to death!

Enjoy Spooky Stories from the Age of Steam with the Keighley & Worth Valley Railway (Saturday 28th October) On arrival at Ingrow Station you can have scary face painting before boarding the train for a return trip of Spooky Stories.

At Harold Park in Low Moor (28 October) join the Halloween party from 4pm to 6pm.  A barbecue will take place, along with music stalls, a ghost hunt and more activities, including a fancy dress parade.

As dusk falls on 28 October, the grounds of Cliffe Castle Museum will be transformed, hundreds of brave souls will arrive to take on the Manorlands Halloween Monster Dash.

There will be spooky goings on at Keelham Farm Shop.  The Scary Shed opens at Thornton and will be filled with spooky products. Scary but delicious!

Get spooked this Halloween, check out our full listing of Ghoulish events to sink your fangs into!