What’s on: Halloween Fun

Phoebe Shipton  ·  3rd October 2018

Spend half term in Kent this October. Make the most of the spooky season and take part in some fun activities and days out. Heres our guide to what’s on, everything you need to keep the kids entertained and to get into the spooky spirit.

Take a look at our half term availability to book the family in for a fun-filled stay

Halloween Trail
Betteshanger Park
20th- 28th October
10- 3 pm
Vampire expert Dr Trudy Helsing’s laboratory has exploded, scattering her important research across the Betteshanger woodland. Solve the riddles and activities to earn your place in The Vampire Welfare Society. A chance for some fun in the fresh air with the family. More info

Freight at the Museum
The Beaney Canterbury
26th October
12- 8.30pm
For one night only, Canterbury’s Beaney Museum will be transformed into a haunted house. Visitors can go on ghost trails, carve pumpkins and even handle some of the museum’s artefacts. Food will be available with Halloween cocktails and mocktails served at the bar. Find more details here

Haunted Castle
Dover Castle
20- 28th October
10- 4 pm
Dig out your best Halloween costume (there’s a prize for the best one!) and head to Dover Castle for a spooky day out. Be on the lookout for ghosts, brave the tunnel of terror, and try your hand at some creepy crafts.

Murder Mystery
Dover Castle
25, 26 27th October
7-10 pm
Take a seat at the banquet table in the great tower and be transported back to 1852. Your task is to solve a murder that’s taken place, put on your detective hat and get to work. Enjoy a gothic evening of murder, history and intrigue. Perfect for getting into the Halloween spirit

About Phoebe Shipton

Having studied Marketing at University of Manchester, Phoebe joined the family business in 2020 as Head of Marketing and Operations. Phoebe is focused on making Keepers Cottages stand out, as well as ensuring the bookings flood in!

Your Name(Required)