I love the autumn half term – it is often full of all things spooky and Guy Fawkes. This one may be a little different with no trick or treating or bonfire nights. However, there are still lots of fun things to do and I will pop the best things I find here.
School Holiday Clubs
October 23 - November 2 Families will be able to hunt for Wally around the Museum to spell out a spooky phrase from hidden letters.
Visitors can enjoy a spooky half term at Stratford-upon-Avon Butterfly Farm from 24 October – 1 November with plenty of creepy crawlies and pumpkins to keep the whole family entertained.
You need to help Dorothy Cow and Kite the Springer Spaniel find their way home through the Maize and decipher the password to pass over the Magic Rainbow into The Field of Gold
Join in with a fun search and find event for all the family at Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum, to celebrate the release of the new Where’s Wally? book, Spooky Spotlight Search – perfect for Halloween!
Spooky Spectacular, WMSP
10th October until 1st November 2020 Brimming with Halloween decorations including illuminated, themed scarecrows and hundreds of pumpkins.
If you are as big as fans as we are – check out some great places in and close to Worcestershire to dig up some fossils below.