Warwick Castle always do a fabulously spooky Halloween and 2020 will be no exception with eerie new attractions including a  new haunted house walk-through with a trick or treat in every room, creepy characters around every corner, a shocking scare maze and frightfully good evening entertainment including fire-breathers and live music on the Main Stage.

Freaky fun before sundown…

A full day of family fun can be found between 10am – 5pm at the Haunted Castle daily. Concoct secret spells with the Witches of Warwick over their bubbling cauldron, navigate the eerie Haunted Hollows trail and be spellbound by spooky shows, fun and games at the Dead Centre Stage. Little ones will love exploring the Horrible Histories Maze, while roaming characters tell tense tales of the Haunted Castle. Marvel as birds of prey soar overhead in the epic Falconer’s Quest show, climb the towers and ramparts, or train to defend the battlements with Have A Go Archery. In the creepy Castle Dungeon visitors can find some of the darkest, bloodiest and most frightening times in the Castle’s history as live actors and special effects bring life to these gruesome tales.

The Castle After Dark…

The Haunted Castle costs from £20 per person for daytime entrance (10am to 5pm from 24 October – 1 November)  and The Castle After Dark from £19 per person for evening entrance (6pm to 11pm  on selected dates 24, 29, 30 and 31 October) when booked online in advance*.This year, Warwick Castle has a whole host of spine-tingling treats that only come out after the sun goes down. Enjoy delicious street food and tasty tipples from Digbeth Dining Club in a Halloween-themed festival experience with live music and evening entertainment on the Main Stage. Experience nerve-jangling thrills in the Castle Dungeon After Dark and watch out for creepy characters in two scare mazes. For the bravest souls, travel through the depths of the Castle as chilling mists roll in over Warwick during it’s eeriest hours and attempt to escape the dreaded army of the dead in the Dead of Knight scare maze.

Spooky Sleepovers…

Those looking to spend the ‘knight’ at the Castle can stay at the ‘Fright’s Village’ for a dreadfully good unique sleepover among whispering trees in the Castle grounds. Every stay includes two daytime entry tickets to the Castle (Castle After Dark not included), a hearty breakfast in the Knight’s Village Restaurant, free parking and exclusive spooktacular evening ghost story, before cosying up safe and sound in medieval-themed Woodland Lodges. Topped off with a visiting witch or wizard at breakfast in the Knight’s Village.

Halloween stays start from £111 per person per night including breakfast, car parking and two full days to enjoy The Haunted Castle.*

Book entrance and accommodation online at www.warwick-castle.com.

Spread the love