Weston Park, the stately home on the Shropshire \ Staffordshire border has a spooky and sparkling line-up of Halloween activities during half-term and a traditional Bonfire & Fireworks night on Sunday 8th November.
Halloween ‘Horrors’ takes place from Tuesday 27th – Saturday 31st October and the education team have put together a ghoulish line-up of creepy craft activities and pumpkin carving. Warm up with a Halloween inspired menu in the Granary Deli & Cafe with seasonal soups, spooky sandwiches and novelty cakes and biscuits.
Halloween craft activities take place at 11am in the Activity Room off the Stables Courtyard.
On Sunday 8th November visitors can enjoy two stunning firework displays, giant bonfire, traditional food and drink and a fun fair at the annual Bonfire & Fireworks night. Firework displays rocket into action at 6pm and 7.30pm with the stunning shows set to music.
Gates open at 3pm with the Bonfire lit at 5.30pm.
Halloween ‘Horrors’ runs from Tuesday 27th – Saturday 31st October. Admission prices: Adults £7.50, Children £4.50 and £22.00 for a family ticket. Pumpkin carving is £1 per person on a first come first served basis. The House, Gardens and Woodland Adventure Playground are closed.
Bonfire & Fireworks Night takes place on Sunday 8th November. Admission is £18 per car (up to six people per car) on the night. Discounted tickets of £15 per car can be bought on-line at www.weston-park.com until Wednesday 4th November.