There lots of spooky and scarey events happening in and around the Birmingham Area
We have started to compile a list :-
Zellig presents in collaboration with Digbeth Estate
DIGBETH HALLOWEEN OPEN DAY -showcasing everything Digbeth!
“Join us for a day to sample a little bit of Digbeth in and around Gibb Street in Digbeth from midday till 6 pm. With live music presented by Punch Records and Simmerdown Festival, an Arts Fair from Digbeth Arts Space, local pop-ups, exclusive offers, street food and more!” 👻
“Best of all it’s free! Just sign up for your free tickets via Eventbrite! 🎟 All ticket holders will be able to redeem a free wristband at the event which will give you access to exclusive offers all over Digbeth!”
Ghosts of Birmingham: Night Walk
Explore the most frightful places in Birmingham, with their stories of restless spirits, cruel murders and menacing ghouls. Follow step-by-step instructions to reach the next place, solve the clue and you’ll unlock a local creepy story. On this city exploration game, you’ll find hidden objects and details on the buildings as you crack codes and solve intriguing riddles. Witness some of Birmingham’s iconic landmarks, such as the Baskerville House and the spot where the only public execution in Birmingham took place. Are you ready to discover another side to Birmingham?
The Haunted Manor – Drayton Manor
28th – 31st October | 10:30am – 8pm
There’s fun and frights for everyone at The Haunted Manor!
- Includes all Spooky Family Fun daytime activities, plus…
- NEW Scare experiences, recommended for ages 10+
- NEW Scare zones, for the slightly braver families
- NEW Spectacular fireworks finale, perfect for the whole family
- Fan favourite ‘The Haunted Express’, recommended for ages 10+
- Rides in the dark, including Thomas Land
For The Haunted Manor FAQs, please click here.
The castle will soon transform into a spooky spectacle of cobwebs and creatures adorning the walls.
The castle’s spookiest residents invite you to join them for half-term Halloween fun at The Haunted Castle. Enjoy mysterious mazes, eerie entertainment, and frightful delights for the whole family as over a thousand years of haunted history come to life this October half-term.
Blenheim Palace’s new Halloween trail includes a faceless horseman, werewolves and a vampire’s crypt
A new outdoor Halloween trail with a faceless horseman, werewolves and vampire’s crypt is only 90 minutes from Birmingham. There’s a new trail for 2023 at Blenheim Palace and the event promises ‘the darker it gets, the spookier it gets’.
Families can enjoy the perfect Halloween experience during October half-term wandering through the mysterious grounds of the 18th century property in the Oxfordshire countryside. The Halloween trail will run between Friday, October 20, and Sunday, October 29.
Due to the trail’s popularity last year, gates will open at the earlier time of 5.30pm giving younger visitorsthe chance to experience it in daylight, before twilight and moonlight descend.
Alton Towers – Spooktacular fun, spine-tingling scare mazes and rides in the dark!
As the nights get longer, Scarefest beckons. On October’s spookiest dates, tiptoe into Alton Towers Resort for all sorts of creepy scares and shocks as its award-winning Scarefest returns for 2023 with live entertainment for all ages and our award-winning spooktacular scare experiences for the bravest of souls. Open until 9pm each day daring guests can face our head-spinning, hair-raising rides and attractions in darkness including Wicker Man and The Smiler!
Tamworth Castle – Tales from the Darkside
Explore the darker side of Tamworth Castle with science fiction and horror book readings, candlelit storytelling, murder mystery, ghost hunt and art workshops… all inspired by the gothic castle.
Admission: Some events are included in general admission, some are ticketed and require pre-booking. Please see the full programme below. You can also download a programme summary here (pdf)