Halloween events in Kent 2020: Spooky half term fun

PUBLISHED: 16:31 22 September 2020 | UPDATED: 16:36 22 September 2020

Halloween events in Kent - Photo by Andyone on Unsplash

Halloween events in Kent - Photo by Andyone on Unsplash


Half term is sorted with these spooky Halloween events and things to do in Kent

- Broomstick Flying School and Wicked Witch of the Wild Wood (24-31 Oct and 26-30 Oct respectively)

Penshurst Place & Gardens

Magical encounters and spooky tales await, including storytelling in the forest den with the Wicked Witch of the Wild Wood and a trail around the walled gardens where you might spot some witches stuck in the trees above.

- Halloween Half Term Fun (24 Oct - 1 Nov)

Hever Castle, Edenbridge

Get dressed up in your best Halloween outfit and follow the pumpkin trail around the gardens. The team at Hever have been carving their own pumpkins and you’ll be able to vote for your favourite or carve your own from home.

- Spooky Dover Castle (24 Oct - 1 Nov)

Dover Castle, Castle Hill Road, Dover

Grab your broomsticks for a bewitchingly brilliant day out at Dover Castle this Halloween half term. Get hands-on with creepy crafts and a wicked witch-themed quest. There's a fancy dress competition every day - come in your best witch and wizard outfits to be in with a chance of winning.

- Pick Your Own Pumpkin, Sevington (17-18 Oct and 24-31 Oct)

Cheesemans Green Lane, Sevington, Ashford

Visit the farm near Ashford to find the perfect pumpkins to carve or cook at home. Tickets are free and you simply pay for whatever you pick.

- Pumpkin Festival at Riverhill Himalayan Gardens (17 Oct - 1 Nov)

Riverhill, Sevenoaks

Grab your trail sheet and go exploring through the beautiful gardens to find the pumpkins hidden around the area. Keep an eye out for the pretty grotto filled with beautifully carved pumpkins.

- Halloween Spooktacular at Dobbies, Ashford (29-31 Oct)

Rutherford Road, Eureka Leisure Park

Enjoy a Halloween-themed bite to eat with the kids before getting stuck into a variety of craft activities and a fancy dress competition.

- Halloween at Mount Ephraim Gardens (31 Oct)

Staplestreet Road, Hernhill, Faversham

Complete the pumpkin trail, watch a devilish falconry display and devour some themed treats in the on-site tea room.

- Green Halloween at Singleton Environment Centre (31 Oct)

Wesley School Road (off Cuckoo Lane), Singleton, Ashford

Wear your best fancy dress for an event not only celebrating the spookiest time of the year but also the grand opening of their new building housing the Brisley Community Hall.


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