Imaginations can run wild this October half term when the historic house and woodland come alive for Halloween.
Dates: Saturday 23 – Sunday 31 October, 10.30 – 4
Potions and poisons trail
Are you brave enough to follow the Halloween trail through the house? Grab your potion ingredients list before searching for the potion bottles to find out what is required to cast your spookiest spell. Keep alert for what you might find in the dark rooms filled with magic and mystery, then continue your spooky adventure outside to discover more about the darker side of nature on the poison garden trail.
Did you know each coven of witches have a special dance? Join our cackling friendly Ormesby witches each day to learn their unique dance moves before having a go yourself.
Settle down by the fire in the Victorian Kitchen each day to hear spooky stories and terrifying tales.
On Sunday 31 October, Kirkleatham Owl Centre and an array of fun but frightful creatures and creepy crawlies will be joining us as we approach All Hallow’s Eve.
And don’t forget everything else Ormesby Hall has to offer too. The natural play area, croquet, beautiful formal garden, model railway layouts, British wildlife photography exhibition and cafe.
An admission ticket for the house and garden is needed to visit and enjoy the activities, with National Trust members and under 5s receiving free admission.
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