Boo!

Woodbridge is celebrating Halloween with a number of scary goings-on.
Below we share some of the Halloween events around the area:

Halloween Events around Woodbridge

    1. Halloween Haunted Nights at Glemham Hall on 31st October. Have you got what it takes to survive this ghostly tour of the house and a haunted supper? Tickets are £45 and can be booked online.
    2. Woodbridge Tide Mill is hosting Thrill at the Mill a Halloween fright night on 31st October & 1st November. Enjoy some spine-chilling entertainment for thrill-seekers on this haunting tour starting at 4:30pm. Tickets start from £5.
    3. Spooky Surprises at Foxburrow Farm on 1st November includes a spooky trail, making a lantern and more. Running from 5:30pm – 7:30pm with tickets at just £4 per child and £2 per adult.
    4. Halloween Fun at Easton Farm Park on Saturday 26th & Sunday 27th October. Take walk the scary trail, make a broomstick and wand and much more. Tickets from £6.50.
    5. Dress up for the Halloween Party 2019 at Milsoms Kesgrave Hall on 1st November. A night of food, drinks and dancing. Tickets are £52.
    6. Halloween Horror! at Suffolk Punch Trust on daily (apart from Tuesday) 10:30 – 3pm.  Paint a pumpkin, batty bats and hooty owls. Normal admission applies.

Further Afield – Ipswich

    1. Who’s Afraid of the Park? 2019 at Trinity Park, Ipswich on Friday 25th & Saturday 26th October – hosted by St Elizabeth Hospice. Follow the spooky trail and encounter many weird and terrifying creatures – book your slot online – check site for ticket prices.
    2. Pumpkin Carving at Jimmy’s Farm, Ipswich is running everyday up to Halloween from 10am to 3:30pm. £4 + admission fee.
    3. Wild Tots Halloween Special in Christchurch Park is on the 31st October and in Holywells Park on the 1st November from 12pm. Join this Spooktacular session with Suffolk Wildlife Trust for kids 18 months to 5 years. Tickets just £4.

Check out the following posts for other Suffolk Halloween treats (or tricks):

 

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