Visit Waddesdon this Halloween for a frighteningly fun time!
Half-term’s gone a bit wriggly this year at Waddesdon, as the bugs created at the Feast festival weekend have gone wild! Visitors are invited to join these Ugly Bugs for their Halloween ball and follow the special illuminated trail along the woodland walk.
It just wouldn’t be Halloween without a spot of Pumpkin Carving. Visitors to Waddesdon can get creative this half-term and choose one of 500 pumpkins grown on the estate to carve their fang-tastc designs on. From ghoulish grins to haunted houses, the sky is the limit.
Winnie the Witch, created by Valerie Thomas and one of the nation’s best loved storybook characters, will be at Waddesdon this year for her annual Halloween party (29 and 30 October). Younger visitors can grab a goody bag, pluck up courage and risk trick or treat in some Horrible Halloween Games.
Children will also be able to take part in some Spookey Arts and Crafts activities at the Stables.
Standard Admission Fees Apply
Ugly Bug Trail £2 per child
Pumpkin Carving £4 per pumpkin
Winnie the Witch’s Halloween Party £3 per child
Spooky Arts and Crafts Free