Halloween is fast approaching! Where better to celebrate than Tenby? From preparing the forest for Winter with fairies to pumpkin picking and making memories together. Here are 6 things to do at Halloween in Tenby.
This October Heatherton World of Activities has their first ever pick your own pumpkin patch!
Their green-fingered team have been lovingly cultivating the giant patch and they can’t wait to share them with you. Pop along and choose your very own pumpkins to take home, a perfect way to make some lovely Halloween memories with your little witches, wizards, and ghosts.
During half term week, they also have a scarecrow trail, where you can find all the sneaky Scarecrows hidden around the park. Each one has been designed and created by a local school or club. There’s no need to book the trail – simply pick up your trail sheet from reception or the Craft Shack Café and get hunting!
Entry to the Pumpkin Patch is £1 per person and it will be available for the following session dates/times during October 2023:
Fridays (8th, 15th & 22nd October) 2.00 pm to 4.30 pm
Saturdays, Sunday and every day throughout October half term (32rd -31st) :
10.30am to 12.00pm
12.30pm to 2.00pm
2.00pm to 4.30pm
Pumpkin Prices: Small pumpkins – £4 / Medium pumpkins – £6 / Large pumpkins – £8.
All visits need to be pre-booked online under current circumstances – simply click the link below.
From October 27th to November 6th, Carew Castle beckons you to embrace the supernatural. Join us for bewitching events like the Herbal Myths and Magic Tour, the eerie Fireside Tales, and dare to wander the Creepy Mill haunted house or brave the Scarecrow Trail from October 29th to November 6th.
On November 1st, Halloween Hijinks ensue, led by the Forest Fairy Friends – Fairy Blackberry and Incy Wincy Spider. They’ll conjure interactive enchantment with games, dancing, storytelling, and spine-tingling Halloween fun for those three and older. Booking is a must.
Additionally, step into the pages of Room on the Broom as Julia Donaldson’s magical tale comes to life. Dive into beloved stories and games, igniting young imaginations. There are three one-hour sessions on November 3 and 4, commencing at 10am, 12noon, and 2pm. Suitable for ages 4-8, with children accompanied by an adult. Don’t miss this ghostly gathering at Carew Castle!
For event prices, timings, and reservations, visit www.carewcastle.com.
Carew Castle, a storied relic of history, harbours a chilling secret. It’s whispered to be one of the most haunted buildings in all of Wales. Dark corridors and hidden corners conceal spirits from ages long past.
Prepare for an eerie adventure as you embark on a spine-tingling Ghost Hunt within the castle’s ancient walls. Armed with your ghost-hunting skills, explore the darkest recesses, seeking out these ethereal entities. Your task is to uncover them all. For each phantom you discover, a spooky prize awaits you.
Participation in the Ghost Hunt is an additional £2 per child, in addition to the standard admission charge. This nominal fee grants you access to the supernatural adventure of a lifetime.
Embark on a journey into the paranormal at Carew Castle and let your inner ghost hunter roam freely. Unravel the enigmatic stories that have left their mark on this historic site. Can you uncover all the lurking spirits and claim your spooky prize?
This Halloween, get ready for a day of family-friendly fun at The Queens Hall Narberth on Monday, October 30th. Here’s what you can look forward to:
Admission: £6 per child, with free entry for adults and under 2s when accompanied by a responsible adult.
What’s In Store:
Halloween Contests: Show off your skills in pumpkin carving and come dressed in your spookiest costume for a chance to win prizes.
Choose Your Session:
Tickets are in high demand, so book early to secure your spot. Whether it’s your little one’s first Halloween or a yearly tradition, The Queens Hall Narberth promises an unforgettable day of spooks, laughter, and lasting memories. Don’t miss out on this fantastic Halloween celebration!
Join them if you dare at Folly Farm for spooky Halloween fun. They will be giving the fairground side stalls a Halloween makeover and you can take part in their very popular Scarecrow Trail and card hunts both of which give you a chance to win prizes. Make sure to keep your eyes peeled for the singing pumpkins!
28th – 5th November 2023
Are you ready for a walk brimming with, ghosts, fairies, witches, strange Pembrokeshire customs, omens, mysteries and murder? Yes! The Tenby ghost walk with Guided Tours Wales is light-hearted storytelling and haunting tales on a leisurely walk with incredible views. It starts outside the Lifeboat Tavern Tudor Square Tenby.
It’s got great reviews, it was named in the Sunday Times as one of the top five ghost walks in Britain. Included in Collins ‘Ghost Hunters Guide to Britain’. Also seen on Ghosts of South Wales with Richard Felix and included in his book `The Ghost Tour of Britain Wales’.
For Halloween dates contact Marion Davies:
Tel: 01834 845 841
Mobile: 07970 420 734
Have you ever spent Halloween in Tenby? Let us know in the comments, we love to hear about your experiences.