AS half-term approaches and our little monsters are released from school, why not plan some spook-tacular events for all the family this week. Don’t forget that Halloween has added some devilishly tricks and treats to Cornwall’s best love attractions.
To make life easy for you, Weekender has put together a helpful round-up of events to keep you and your little terrors frightfully entertained all week long.
There is something for all ages at the Eden Project, from Room on the Broom to the Little Monsters Ball. Adults can enjoy Scream - a spooky trek through the biomes, or why not have a ice-scream on the rink. Click here for details.
Flambards will be out of this world this week as the firework spectacular returns on Wednesday – there’s also fire eaters and Titan the robot on offer for even more half-term entertainment. Click Here.
Glendurgan garden celebrated 50 years of being open to the public – See what fantastic events they are staging Here.
Parasdise Park in Hayle has some frightfully good events, there is a devilishly disco in Mullion, some frighteningly good family fun at Falmouth School as well as a monster movie on the River Fal – to read about them all Click Here.
Pendennis Castle is a little spooky at the best of times, but you can enjoy some ghostly goings ons, as well as crafts and trails this week. Click Here.
Falmouth Art gallery host a week of activities inspired by artists and assisted by the Kernow King – an interesting mix! Click Here.
Get ready to say Treb-ahhhhhhhhhh, the garden hosts a spooky night walk as well as some other great kids events – Click Here.
This week celebrates the Big Draw at the National Maritime Museum; they also host some fun Halloween activities and events – Click Here
If you like you Halloween with jumps and chills head to the Scary Little Girls production – A Scary Little Gathering – Read all about it here
One of the biggest events of the year rolls into town this Friday and Saturday – they’ll be plenty to keep you jumping, dancing and freaking out at the Masked Ball in Helston. There is an earlier event for youngsters before the full monster-mash up on Friday evening. Click Here.
Try your hand at writing a spooky play, stomp through the woods at Godolphin House or join a coven of Witches and Wizard at the Penryn Campus for a fun run. Click Here.