Halloween at Holkham

Sunday 27th to Thursday 31st October


For the events in Holkham Hall you can visit on 27th, 28th & 31st October 12-4pm.

'Tomb' it may concern.... Join us this Halloween when spooky spiders weave a magical web of fun and mystery and with frightfully delicious feasts in our cafe to horrify your tastebuds and to make your visit truly 'spooktacular'!

Terrifying Times in the Bygones Museum
Sticky cobwebs, teeny-weeny spiders and a monstrous creepy crawly lurk in the museum’s scary corridors where mad scientists are busy mixing their potions, spells, slime and smells, creating a horrifying hair-raising experience. Meanwhile, our spooky storyteller will keep you entertained with terrifying tales and our weird and wonderful crafts will ensure you take away a spine-chilling memento.
Join ‘Mad Science’ for their 25 minute performances at 11am, 1pm, 2pm and 3.30pm.

‘A-maze-ing’ Webs in the Walled Gardens
It’s amazing! Time to explore the giant web ‘maze’, woven on the grass and join in our spider hunt.

Holkham Hall’s Arachnid Factoids
Discover spooky spidery facts and shocking body parts to help you make your very own scary spider.

Gory Fun in the Courtyard
Come dressed for the occasion and join in our fancy dress parade. Get gory grazes and weeping wounds with our face painting, or test your powers of pumpkin carving.
Fancy dress parade at 12noon every day.

Bygones Museum & Walled Gardens (available every day)
Adult: £7 Child (2-16 yrs): £3.50 Family (2+3): £19
Holkham Hall, Bygones Museum & Walled Gardens (available Sunday, Monday & Thursday)
Adult: £12 Child (2-16 yrs): £6 Family (2+3): £33
Pumpkin carving £2, face painting from £2

Click here to book online and receive a 10% discount

Excludes Halloween Theatre, pumpkin carving and face-painting.


Halloween Theatre

Wednesday 30th and Thursday 31st October

6pm and 8pm

"Her Lady's Revenge"

We are sorry, due to circumstances beyond our control this event has been cancelled.


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