Halloween in Bath: 6 Spooky Events Happening on 31 OctoberPosted on: 29 Oct 2019
Spook season is upon us! Check out our rundown of the best ways to spend Halloween night in Bath, from frightening film screenings to ghoulish ghost tours.
A horror film only by name, The Rocky Horror Picture Show is a cult classic that follows the story of quintessentially American couple Brad and Janet after their car breaks down outside an Old Dark House. A night of fright and frolics quickly ensues as the pair fall into the hands of Dr Frank N Furter and his band of kinky Transylvanians.
Those of you looking for a less intense way to spend Halloween this year should book a seat while you still can to catch an exclusive evening screening of this essential musical comedies.
Ghost Walks of Bath are running a Halloween special this Thursday, inviting people to join their experienced guides on a tour of the creepiest events, hauntings and sites of the city's history.
The team have put together four Halloween walks this year, leaving the Old Garrick's Head pub at 19:00, 19:30, 20:00 and 20:30. We advise you to get in while you still can - spaces are selling fast!
Beckford's Tower Manager Courtney Fleming will be leading a spooky tour of Lansdown Cemetary this Halloween, walking a group through the beautiful garden and William Beckford's burial site with the backdrop of a moonlit sky.
The cemetery itself is home to over 5,000 burials, so don't miss the chance to discover the history of the area and add some atmosphere to your Halloween night.
Avon Valley Adventure and Wildlife Park is transforming into a terrifying Halloween them park this month, returning as the UK's top-rated Scream Park.
The multi-award-winning event, which consists of four scare attractions, is a horror experience like no other. As well as the selection of scare mazes, the organisers will be bringing a freaky cast of characters and stilt walkers, a huge fire show, escape room, paintballing, fairground rides and much more to the park this year. Last remaining tickets are still available for Halloween night but act fast - they won't be around for long.
Experience this historical site like never before this Halloween as one of their ghoulish guides takes you through the unseen cellars, eerie attics and dark corridors of Longleat House. It's been rumoured that the Grey Lady, wife of the second Viscount, still roams the house in search of her murdered lover!
On this spooky tour, hear all about the Grey Lady and more of Longleat's ghostly residents. Limited spaces remain on the 31 October tour, so book now to above to avoid disappointment.
Bath Carnival's huge Halloween Rave is back this week, bringing funk, disco, electro, breaks and much, much more to Komedia on 31 October.
Alongside live pole dance, spooky face painting and some eye-popping costumes, expect huge tracks courtesy of much-loved Bristol collective, Bedmo Disco Records. Halloween parties don't get much bigger than this - advance tickets have officially sold out, but if you get down early you can bag yourself one of a limited number of OTD entries.
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