Halloween at the Hall

Join us for an evening of spooky family fun exploring our haunted Hall by candlelight!

Beware of unearthly beings crossing your path as you wander through our candlelit old buildings and prepare to hear their stories from centuries gone by. Who will you encounter first? The Grey Lady? The Butler? The Housemaid? In the Great Hall, you can give audience to chilling performances and readings, where unnerving tales will come to life. Out on the West Lawn, you can enjoy a blood-curdling beverage in the company of spooky scarecrows and pumpkins in the candlelight. Visitors of all ages are encouraged to come dressed up in their spookiest outfits too!

Opening dates & times

Friday 30th & Saturday 31st October, 4pm-8pm.

When pre-booking your tickets, you will be asked to select an arrival time slot. You can stay until 8pm regardless of what time you arrive, we just need to stagger entry to allow for social distancing. The average visit on a Halloween at the Hall night takes around 1 hour to 1.5 hours.

Prices

Entrance will be by online pre-booked ticket ONLY. There are no tickets on the door. If you turn up without a ticket, you will sadly be turned away.

Adult £6.00

Child (under 16) FREE

MH&G season pass holders FREE

Historic House Member FREE

TICKETS RELEASED SOON. 

 

General notices

  • This event is aimed at families and is child-friendly, however, younger or more sensitive children may find the atmosphere and costumed actors upsetting.
  • There is open water across our estate and, as this event is taking place at night, we ask that visitors take extra care around the moat and keep a close eye on children and vulnerable adults at all times.
  • We use open candles to light the rooms. Please mind the candles and keep a close eye on children and vulnerable adults at all times.
  • Gardens and grounds closed.

Covid-19 aware

The safety of our visitors, staff and volunteers is always our priority. Please read the following notices about this event:

  • One-way systems will be in place through our buildings for your safety. There will be points at which you can rejoin the route, so you are welcome to go into the Hall more than once providing you follow the one-way system.
  • Visitors must wash or sanitise their hands on arrival at and departure from our estate.
  • Maintain a 2m distance away from our staff, volunteers and your fellow visitors at all times.
  • Do not attend this event if you have any Covid-19 symptoms, however minor, or if you believe you have been into contact with someone with the virus.
  • Correct to this date (04.09.2020), it is compulsory to wear masks or face covering in museums and historic houses unless you are medically exempt or under the age of 11. It is most likely that this rule will still be in place at the time of our event, so please be prepared to wear a face mask or covering (this must fully cover your mouth and nose).