Halloween events in Nottinghamshire

11 spooktacular Halloween activities to enjoy in Nottinghamshire

There's lots of Halloween fun to be had in Nottinghamshire this year with lots of events also co-inciding with half-term.

Here's a quick look at some of the spooktacular fun on offer in the county this year.

There's lots of Halloween themed fun at Newstead Abbey this year including a bat trail, ghost walks, a family twilight walk and a fun day. Find out more here https://bit.ly/2W24Dw8.

1. Newstead Abbey

There's lots of Halloween themed fun at Newstead Abbey this year including a bat trail, ghost walks, a family twilight walk and a fun day. Find out more here https://bit.ly/2W24Dw8.
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Pumpkin carving is taking place from October 29 to 31 at a cost of 2.50 per child. Find out more here - https://bit.ly/2JdZHzb

2. DH Lawrence Birthplace Museum, Eastwood

Pumpkin carving is taking place from October 29 to 31 at a cost of 2.50 per child. Find out more here - https://bit.ly/2JdZHzb
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The first ever Halloween party at Creswell Crags is taking place on October 31. Especially for visitors aged 10 and under, it will support Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice. Full details here - https://bit.ly/2BAoLfj

3. Creswell Crags

The first ever Halloween party at Creswell Crags is taking place on October 31. Especially for visitors aged 10 and under, it will support Bluebell Wood Children's Hospice. Full details here - https://bit.ly/2BAoLfj
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Take part in the spooky Sherwood Halloween Trail which is running from October 12 to November 3. This family-friendly trail starts at the visitor centre and is 2 per trail. Find out more at https://bit.ly/2oUl6GK

4. Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre

Take part in the spooky Sherwood Halloween Trail which is running from October 12 to November 3. This family-friendly trail starts at the visitor centre and is 2 per trail. Find out more at https://bit.ly/2oUl6GK
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