Time&Leisure, Thursday 27 October 2016
Buy a quiz sheet upon entry and use the clues to work out, and find, which animals have put out pumpkins this Halloween half term.
22-30 October; £1 + entry fee
Battersea Park Children’s Zoo, Battersea Park
Family fun at Garsons
Monster hunting, creepy colouring and plenty of home-grown pumpkins for picking ... Halloween is coming to Garsons of Esher this half term. Hop
on your broomsticks and cast a spell with your pencils in the Halloween Colouring Competition or track down bizarre beasts in a Monster Hunt around the Garden Centre.
24-30 October; Mon-Sat 9am-5pm, Sun
Garsons Esher, Esher
Halloween at Birdwird
Make your way through the Halloween grotto amidst the spooks and witches, get your creative juices flowing with spooky crafts and face painting, and
take a Halloween train ride through the grounds, learning more about the spooky side of birds.
22-30 October; 10am-6pm; from £11.95
Chessington Howl O'Ween
A variety of spooky, fun-filled Halloween events at Chessington World of Adventures, featuring events such as The Curse of the Lost Tomb, where explorers can discover the secrets in the tomb of Ghengis Khan, and Trick or Treat Wood.
21- 31 October; from £27
London Museum of Water & Steam brings to life a spooky event for the whole family. Discover secrets of the old historic engines, as well as meeting
a few of their ghostly past occupants!
22- 30 October; from £4.95
Family Spooky Fun with the Cellars Creepy Crawlies & Craft Workshop
Enjoy the only time of the year when the cellars of Hampton Court are open to the public, with seven days of creeptastic fun for the whole family.
22-31 October; 10.30am-5pm; from £4.75
Enter the Gothic castle of Horace Walpole and in the shadows of the antique house listen to spooky tales of old. Children can dress up in their
favourite Halloween costumes and let their imaginations run wild.
29-30 October; £9-£10
Halloween Crafts and Pumpkin Parade
Enjoy Halloween-themed crafts and face painting in Bishop’s Park. Bring a pre-carved pumpkin and any musical instruments or noisy objects, so you can make some noise to scare away the ghouls on a pumpkin parade at 4pm.
30 October; 2pm-4.30pm