Every autumn a frightening fever sweeps the nation from its biggest cities to its smallest towns. It’s the annual opening of eerie exhibitions, haunted houses, creepy mazes and frightening fairs. Haunted zoo’s and decrepit grave yards re-create scary scenes and tales of terror for chill seekers to enjoy. Here at StudentUniverse we have come up with the ultimate places to visit in the UK for a bloody Halloween.

Halloween Film Workshop, Kent

Make this Halloween different. Why not work with professional actors and crew, and  star as zombies in a special Halloween movie. Ravensbridge Film is running a workshop, where you’ll learn about film-making alongside all the fun of dressing up as the living dead. 

 31st October 2014

Spooky Night At The Museum, Newcastle

 The Discovery Museum in Newcastle will be opening after dark this Halloween with a Halloween-themed circus, adventure trail, and other spooky activities.

 31st October 2014

 

Fright Night, Chelmsford

With fire dancers, giant werewolves, fireworks, and a Halloween trail through Hylands House gardens, Fright Night sounds like a great way to celebrate this spooky time of year. 

 30 – 31st October 2014

 

 

 

Hallown Story Telling On The London Eye, Southbank

Combining Halloween with a family trip or a trip with friends on an iconic landmark, the witches of Witch Academy will tell scary stories during a ride on the London Eye. 

 26th October – 2nd November 2014

 

Illuminating York Festival, York

The Illuminating York Festival, in one of the UK’s spookiest cities, combines city-wide light shows with fringe events in a variety of locations. Such events include trick or treat chocolate tasting at York’s Chocolate Story. 

30th October – 2 November 2014

 

 

Halloween Special Ghost Walk, Poole

 Have fun this Halloween with friends and bring your own lanterns to join the spine-tingling ghost walk through the city and hear the many haunting stories of Poole’s past. 

26th October 2014

 

Zoo Gardens Halloween Festival, Bristol

If you’re looking for some animal magic this Halloween check out the Bristol Zoo Gardens Halloween Festival. They will be hosting Walter the Wizard’s Halloween hunt. Bring friends and get your artist on and enter the pumpkin carving competition and come dressed in your favourite Halloween costume for the fancy dress competition.

29th October 2014

There’s a world of opportunity out there just waiting to be explored, so make sure you don’t miss out! Remember, the only thing that’s limiting you is your imagination.

If you’re a student discount hunter, you can get student only rates on flights, hotels and tours at StudentUniverse.

 

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