Enjoy a ghostly walk through the woods or see the best pumpkin carving battle
PULLING NO PUNCHES: HISTORIC buildings restored on the Chilterns countryside will open up for trick and treat fun this Friday (tomorrow).
Chiltern Open Air Museum in Gorelands Lane, Chalfont St Giles, will host its ‘Halloween Spectacular’ from 6pm until 9pm, with last admission at 7.30pm.
Visitors can go trick-or-treating, visit an eerie witch’s cottage and go on a ghostly walk through the woods.
Visitor experience manager Siân Hammerton-Fraser said: “Halloween is our favourite event of the year, there is friendly competition between our staff and volunteers to create the spookiest exhibit and I won’t even talk about the best pumpkin carving battle.
“We love coming up with new monsters and witches to spook our guests and amazing creative ideas for family activities.
“The museum really comes alive in the twilight, and it’s great for visitors to see our historic buildings so atmospherically lit up.”
Activities and entertainment include crafts, a labyrinth, a fire breather, face-painting and storytelling.
Hot food and drinks will be available and people are encouraged to dress up for the event in Halloween costumes with a prize for the best.