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Half Term Events in North Wales

Date: 12th October 2016
Author: Sarah Twist
Publisher: Darwin Escapes
With a region steeped in so much history some of it has to be spooky, which is perfect for this Halloween Half Term…

With four locations to choose from along the North Wales coastline you will be spoilt for choice for fun and spooky half term events. Here are our top picks…

The Crocky Horror Show at The Crocky Trail

When: 27th Oct – 5th Nov. Time: 6pm Start. Prices: £11

The Crocky Trail has pulled out all the stops for Halloween Half Term, making it the most scary and fun Halloween show yet! A 600 yard creepy crawl through the woodland, packed with zombies and monsters, you can venture down into the Catacombs if you dare, brand new for 2016, this dark, claustrophobic and deep place, where there is no escape from what will find you there. The Catacombs is a live action horror event, with talented and spooky actors, not the faint hearted or children. There are 4 nights of amazing firework show, Ken Fox and his daring Wall of Death of show as well as Titanic and the all the normal attractions being open too.

Ghost City Tour at Chester

When: everyday. Time: 6pm – 9pm. Price: £10

A night time journey around the eerie haunts of Chester, steeped in 2000 years worth of very sketchy history with hundreds of reported ghost sightings. Your ghost hunter guide will take you to revisit scenes of supernatural happenings and macabre events from Chester’s mysterious and pretty murky past. It’s best to book your tour to avoid disappointment over half term and Halloween night as the tours do fill up fast, don’t miss out on this spooky tour!

Torchlight Tours at SeaQuarium Rhyl


When: 22nd – 31st. Time: 5:15 – 8pm. Prices: £11.99

During the day SeaQuarium Rhyl will play host to the Spooky Spectacular Halloween Half Term Week, where family fun is to be had with a spooky seal shows, crafts and games and a variety of spooky characters and ghostly figures tell scary stories, everyone is encouraged to dress up and help Jasper the Jellyfish find his friends who are all under a spooky spell! But at night things start to go bump and squeal during the Torchlight Tours! You’ll see the darker side and unearth some of SeaQuarium’s eerie tales, visit the seals for their night time feed, face your fears and meet the rats and spiders and learn creepy and fascinating facts during the Touch Pool talk. A trick or treat goodie bag for everyone at the end, the torchlight tours are by booking only, if you are looking for an extra spooky experience, the later slot is best.

Our very own Talacre Beach and New Pines Holiday Home Park’s will have their own Halloween Spooktacular events over Half Term, with fun games, spooky face painting and lots of silly shenanigans from Charlie Bear himself! Don’t miss out on these amazing and fun events, pop into reception for a ticket today!
Happy Halloween Ghosts and Ghouls!
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Coronavirus (COVID-19)

We’ve reopened our holiday resorts in England. Our resorts in Wales are planned to reopen to holiday home owners on 11th July and to holiday guests on 13th July. Find out more.