Everyone loves Halloween, so here’s our guide to enjoying the best of all the spooky fun that’s going on in Norfolk this month.


Addams Family Halloween Comedy Dining Disco at Best Western Brook Hotel Norwich

On Friday the 25th of October

This is one of the higher market offerings here at £37 a head, but it promises to be worth it if you do bag a ticket. Morticia, Gomez, Lurch and uncle Fester will be there for a spooky meet and greet as you eat a delicious three course meal. This comedy dining disco is sure to be a delight!

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Spooky Express at the Bure Valley Railway

From 19th-27th October

Bring your younger children to the Spooky Express, providing a chillingly fun day out at the railway. There’ll be spooky items to spot dotted around the train journey, a decorated cafe and colouring corner – plus Bure Valley’s resident bear to meet and greet every child!

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PrimEVIL at Roarr Dinosaur Adventure

From 11th October – 3rd

This is the first R rated offering for those of you with stronger stomachs. PrimEVIL is a Norfolk favourite, with ‘scare actors’ doing their best to turn your blood cold as they walk around gory attractions like the mayhem manor, arachnophobia and the forest of fear.

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The Glorious Glowing Lantern Parade at Bewilderwood

From Sat 19th October – Thu 31st October

Much less scary and more atmospheric is the much loved glowing lantern parade set in the whimsical world of Bewilderwood. Enjoy all the decorations and attractions, like the treehouse and zip wires, before the glowing light parade is set off in the evening. Fancy dress is encouraged, and there’s a special face painting station to take the little ones.

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Halloween Horrors at Holkham Hall

From Thursday 24th to Sunday 27th October

This is a brilliant murder mystery style offer where the diners have to seek the witch and find out what she’s up to, settle down for story time, enjoy some face painting, go pumpkin carving or sit down to conjure some sinister spells. One of the best things about this offering is that it’s on in conjunction with the Treetop Terrors, which will be running from Saturday 19th to Thursday 31st October.

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