STARGAZING AT THE TWICE BREWED INN, NORTHUMBERLAND
Looking for a out of this world half term? Then look no further, the Twice Brewed Inn in Northumberland is hosting a number of special evening sessions designed to bring the wonders of the night sky to life for families. There will be fun talks, animations and practical tasks for youngsters to enjoy – and the adults can of course get involved too.
HALLOWEEN WORD SEARCH AND SYLVANIAN FAMILIES COLOURING IN AT FENWICK
Fenwick, Newcastle is hosting several in-store family-friendly events this half term. Make your way up to the exciting toy department from Friday 23 October to Sunday 1 November to experience an exciting mix of competitions, offers and a selection of activities for children to enjoy – with a Halloween twist. Take part in the Halloween word search, little ones can put their creative skills to the test in the Sylvanian Families themed colouring and an opportunity to design their own Generation Doll.
TRICK OR TREAT AT WALWICK HALL
Dressing up, knocking on doors and collecting delicious treats isn’t an option this year, but fear not, Walwick Hall has your trick or treat tradition covered. The Halloween-themed event gives guests the chance to participate in a ghostly candy-hunt, enjoy spooky mocktails and eat sweet treats made by their very own pastry chef. Dress up in your spookiest costume and make Halloween 2020 one to remember.
MAKE A VISIT TO BEAMISH MUSEUM
Enjoy a trip to Beamish Museum with the little ones this October half term. Explore the 1940s farm, which will be opening for the first time since the museum closed its doors due to the pandemic. Step back in time and explore the history that awaits you, brave the spooky sights of Pockerley Old Hall, or complete the Halloween Teddy Bear Trail around the open air museum, spotting the bears in their hand-crafted Halloween outfits.
HALLOWEEN PARTY AND TEA AT DREAM BIG ROLE PLAY
A children’s play event accompanied with sandwiches, crisps and scrumptious sweet treats – an opportunity for young children to enjoy the Halloween festivities. Fancy dress is, of course, encouraged.