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What’s on in Keswick for Halloween 2017?

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Annie Roberts

Written by: 3rd October 2017

Estimated time to read: 3 minutes


Get your spook on and head to Keswick to enjoy the Halloween themed activities…

Why not enjoy the October half-term in a luxury lodge our Keswick Reach Lodge Retreat in the stunning Lake District? Take your own little monsters on a holiday trip to remember and whilst you’re there take advantage of the fantastic spooky activities they are hosting across Keswick town for Halloween 2017!

For a full list of What’s on in Keswick for Halloween 2017 see below…


Keswick Ghost Wars

Where: The Moot Hall in the Town Centre / When: 29th – 30th Oct / Times: 8.30pm – 10pm / Price: Adult £10

Explore Keswick in a whole new way, discover the history teeming with murder, intrigue and tortured souls. Journey around the historic town of the Lake District and listen to the spooky stories your guide will tell you along your tour.


Fun for Families

Where: Keswick Museum / When: Until 31st Oct / Times: 10am – 4pm / Prices: Adult £4.25 Child £2.50

Endless family fun to be had at the Keswick Museum, including creative drawing modelling, being able to give the adorable fox and badger a cuddle, as well as playing on the Musical Stones of Skiddaw. Play dress up and turn into the Mary Jane Wise from a 1870 street painting, or become a Viking with a fabulous shield! There are also 10 different trails to follow, from patter and photos to find, lots of family fun to be had at the Keswick Museum.


Halloween Ghost Trains

Where: Ravenglass & Eskdale Railway / When: 27th – 31st Oct / Times Vary / Prices: Adults £16, Child £8

Tickets include an all day travel, with reserved seat on the Ghost Train, tickets must be pre-booked and get in there quick as this is a hugely popular event! Take a trip into the darkness and keep a look out for all the ghouls and ghosts along the journey.


Appleby Festival of Fire & Light

Where: Appleby Castle / When: 28th Oct / Times: 5.30pm – 9pm / Prices: Free

Take part in the lantern procession at 6pm, starting at Market Square and walking to the beautiful Appleby Castle. At the castle you can enjoy lots of spooky activities, live street performances and wonderful circus performances!


Halloween Ghostly Galleon

Where: Ullswater Steamers / When: 28th Oct / Times: 12.30pm or 2.30pm / Prices: £13 per person

Join magician Stu-Di-Doo for lots of magic, mayhem and monsters aboard the Ghostly Galleon! Take he 90 minute trip and take in the magic show, join in on the Halloween colouring, get some temporary tattoos to add to your costume and take home your very own monster balloon! Every spook will also take home a creeptastic goodie bag.


Halloween Half Term

Where: Brockhole on Windermere / When: 21st Oct – 5th Nov / Times & Prices Vary Depending on Activity

Brockhole on Windermere is teeming with fun events and activities this Halloween Half Term, making it the ideal place to explore with your little spooks! Join in on the spooky scavenger hunt around the grounds with the Ghosts & Ghouls Halloween Trail, complete the trail and win a prize! Meet the gorgeous owls of Brockdale, the breathtaking and white-faced Dumbledore, as well as Tassle and Ivy the Barn Owls and baby Eggnog the white owl are all waiting to meet you! Have a blast at the Zombie Archery, where you will have to hit the targets and stop the zombies making it closer to you!


So why not book your stay at our Keswick Reach Lodge Retreat and take advantage of the five star facilities and activities on site, but don’t forget to head out with the whole family and enjoy the spooky fun on offer for Halloween 2017 too!

Happy Halloween!


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