Halloween events to give you a fright in Sussex

PUBLISHED: 20:59 19 October 2020 | UPDATED: 10:37 20 October 2020

Halloween events in Sussex - Photo by NeONBRAND on Unsplash

Halloween events in Sussex - Photo by NeONBRAND on Unsplash

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There’s still plenty of things to do with youngsters in Sussex this autumn break – here we present some of our favourites. Marshal your little monsters and enjoy some spooktacular fun this Halloween

All events are subject to cancellation at short notice so please check all links before you make your visit.

Spooky Battle Abbey - 24 October - 1 November

“Follow the trail to solve creepy clues and gather round to listen to spooky stories. There’s a frighteningly fun fancy dress competition every day – just come in your scariest outfits to be in with a chance of winning.”

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Spellbinding Halloween at Borde Hill - 17 October - 1 November

“Halloween Half Term is the time for all apprentice witches and wizards to put their skills to the test to become a fully-fledged expert in magic.”

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Shriek Week at Drusillas, Alfriston - 24 October - 1 November

“Shriek Week at Drusillas Park is the perfect place to bring the kids for a fun-filled and spooky Halloween week - get ready to lose yourself in the spooktacular atmosphere.”

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Tulleys PYO Pumpkins - 19 October - 2 November

“Lace up your boots, slip on your gloves and head out into the fields of rambling vines to pick the perfect pumpkin. Knobbly ones, wrinkly ones, different shapes and sizes, there is a bountiful supply of shiny pumpkins, quirky gourds and lumpy squashes.”

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Ghost Tours at Battle Abbey - 28 - 31 October

“Join our guide and take a bone-chilling journey through the past. With Tales of ghosts, supernatural sightings and horrors from history, this is not a night for the faint-hearted.”

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Spooky Sussex Halloween Show - 1 November

“Delve into the supernatural history of Sussex, travelling around the county to discover its myths, legends and ghosts. There’ll be screaming skeletons in Shoreham, witches in Brightling, Devil worship in Brighton and smuggling ghosts in Rye.”

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Pumpkin Picking around Sussex

Click the link above for more places where you can take your pumpkin home for cooking or carving.

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Halloween at GLOBALLS, Brighton - October 2 - November 1

“This Halloween, you’ll be able to bump into Dracula, brush shoulders with Frankenstein and stroll amongst other creepy creatures as you compete against your family and friends through 12 holes of mini golf fun!”

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Halloween Trail at Sharnfold Farm - Every weekend through October

“Our Halloween Trail takes you on a journey around the farm and through our spooky woodland walk where you will help us to work out if you are a lovely child or a naughty pixie by answering questions and following clues as you go.”

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Where’s Wally? Spooky Search at Amberley Museum - October 24 - 25

“Here at Amberley this half term, we’re part of the national Where’s Wally? Spooky Museum Search, organised by Kids in Museums and Walker Books, to celebrate the release of the new Where’s Wally? book, Spooky Spotlight Search.”

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