Halloween in North Wales is going to be unbelievably scary this year with plenty of activities for all the family.
Can you believe that already the leaves are falling from the trees, nights are getting darker much earlier, and it’s only a few days until Halloween? It’s thought that many of our Halloween traditions originated in the USA. However, it’s also recognised that they started off as Celtic harvest festivals, with pagan roots in the United Kingdom.
Halloween in North Wales events
Many of the crazy activities include dressing up in spooky, fancy dress costumes, carving pumpkins, apple bobbing games, visiting haunted attractions and playing pranks. Golden Gate Holiday Centre is located near to many exciting scheduled events. Why not plan to take the children for some fun on Halloween in North Wales?
Jack the Ripper – Venue Cymru, Llandudno 20 October 2016
A series of unsolved, horrific and brutal murders took place in the East End of London at Whitechapel during the autumn months of 1888. These were blamed on Jack the Ripper, a fearsome killer. This stage show portrays his merciless actions.
Snails and Slugs and Creatures with Tails – RSPB Conwy 25 October 2016
Discover the damp, dark world of slime loving snails and slugs, and other slippery creatures you fear. Booking is essential for this one off event where you can discover the habitats of slugs and snails, which one is able to move faster, and learn about their other special features.
Halloween fun at Tŷ Mawr Wybrnant – Penmachno, Betws-y-Coed, Conwy 28 October 2016
This fantastic event which runs from 11am until 4pm offers children the opportunity to carve a Halloween pumpkin, hunt for bugs in the woodland and to create a home for a bat. Booking is not required.
Firework Display and Funfair – Pensarn Promenade, Abergele 29 October 2016
This event features one of the region’s largest displays, with 2 firework events during one evening. At 6.15pm a small display for the toddlers; the bonfire will be lit at 7.45pm with a huge main firework display. Knightly’s funfair will be in action, with stalls selling hot food, coffees, teas and of course the arcades to enjoy.
Spooky Halloween Day – Plas Mawr, High Street, Conwy 29 October 2016
The whole family can enjoy Halloween themed pumpkin carving and games, for a day of chills and thrills. 11am to 4pm.
On Park Events
Of course if you don’t fancy leaving the site at Golden Gate Holiday Centre, we have lots of child friendly activities planned. Use our online booking system to reserve your places for Bubble-tastic, Soft Archery, Body-Zorbs, Tri-golf and many other exciting and challenging things to do.
Whatever you choose to do, there’s no doubt Halloween in North Wales is going to be one huge party!