Come and join us for Spooktacular Fun! Join in our Pumpki Trail and dare you enter the Tomb Of the Pharoahs!
Spooktacular disco events throughout this October half term. Air Extreme will been transformed into a Haunted Park for this Halloween Half Term. Enjoy a Monster Mash of Spooky Tunes so jump on over for some Extreme spooky fun!
Come to the zoo and enter the haunted education dungeon if you dare and see what we have hidden…
Any children coming in fancy dress will receive half price entry (this special discount can not be used in conjunction with
At Combe Martin Wildlife Park.
During the half term holiday, from Monday to Thursday, the park will be hosting a Gibbon charity fundraising week for the Endangered Primate Rescue Center, Vietnam (EPRC).
The EPRC is a charity in Vietman who
Join us at Quince Honey Farm for Halloween Fun! From the 19th of October to the 3rd of November we will be getting spooky!
Included in your admission price:
– Witch Crafting
– Creepy Crawlies
– Halloween Photo Shoot
Coming soon to Watermouth Castle…HALLOWEEN HI-JINX! We give the park a spooky make over, there’s discounted entry if you’re in fancy dress, plus our famous Giant Cauldron photo competition with prizes to be won.
It is Apple Season – so we are holding our Fourth Apple Day with lots of lovely apple crafts and activities. On arrival at Clovelly you will see apple pressing by Gatcombe valley outside the Visitor Centre, so please do
Find the pumpkins hidden around the grounds and discover more about the harvest and Halloween traditions. When you’ve found them all, collect your prize.
Join the National Trust at Woolacombe Tourist Information Centre and receive a free £15 Gift Card
Discover more about the hidden history of Heddon Valley with this informative self-led walking trail for adults.
From Roman forts to Victorian industry, the Heddon Valley has a rich and varied history. Learn more about its intriguing past with this
Please note, the Museum will be closed on 17th, 18th & 19th September – apologies fro any inconvenience.
WW11 Displays including the American Red Cross National Register kept at the Red Barn in Woolacombe, which was used as a social