October Half Term in Cornwall

Published: Friday 5th Oct 2018

Written by: The Team at Cornish Horizons

This October half term there are lots of spooky goings on all over Cornwall for you to enjoy as a family! From art projects to creepy spooktacular goings on, why not wrap up warm and venture out for lots of frightening fun!

You can visit the Eden Project for Halloweden (20 Oct - 4 Nov - St. Austell) to enjoy beastly activities and beautiful gardens, or enjoy Halloween fun at Camel Creek (20 Oct - 28 Oct – North Coast) for ghoulish events and spooktacular fun for the whole family! In other areas there’s the Halloween Hocus Pocus at The Milky Way Adventure Park (20 Oct to 28 Oct - Bude) where families can dress up and become Witches and Wizards for the occasion, or if art and creativity is your thing, why not attend Tate Create in St Ives (20 Oct to 28 Oct) where you can create a life-size figure, tattoo it with artworks inspired by exhibitions and get your own arty tattoo to take away!

For spooky pirates there is a Ghost ship performance at the Maritime Museum in Falmouth (22 Oct – 28 Oct) with a magnificent ‘aerial dance’ being performed high above the Museum’s Main Hall, and in In west Cornwall, East Pool mine an invasion of monsters and lots of opportunities for fun selfies with Halloween props and a terrifying tunnel also awaits! 

For over 18’s why not dress to impress at the Halloween Masked Ball (27th Oct – Helston) at Los Flambardos, for a voodoo themed evening of terror and titillation, or for the young ones, why not visit the Little Monsters' Ball at the Eden Project (27 Oct 2018 – St Austell) where you can fancy dress for an evening of fang-tastic fun!

If you fancy a step away from the Halloween themed events why not venture underground to Carnglaze Caverns (26th Oct – 27th Oct - Bodmin) which offers a live dance performance and music to tell a story about the underground.

Whatever you choose to do this October half term, make sure that you have a frighteningly good time! 

The Team at Cornish Horizons
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