A spook-tacular Brockhole visit

A spook-tacular Brockhole visit

Whether you’re carving pumpkins or dunking for apples, nothing will beat a spook-tacular visit to Brockhole, the Lake District Visitor Centre! Park your broomsticks at the Brockhole café for a selection of treats this Halloween – no tricks, we promise!

If you want a frighteningly fun time this holiday, then look no further - add these activities to your diary and bring the family along for a Lake District day out to remember...


Zombie Archery

Saturday 21 October – Sunday 5 November

Help us stop the zombies getting closer to Brockhole! You won’t want to miss our exclusive Halloween special - book online, limited places. Find out more.

Ghoulish Owls at Brockhole

Sunday 22 October

Meet Dumbledore, the white faced owl, Tassle and Ivy, the barn owls and Eggnog, the little owl. Discover just how amazing these creatures are. Find out more.

Ghosts and Ghouls Halloween Trail

Saturday 14 October – Sunday 5 November

Join in the spooky fun at Brockhole with our ghoulish scavenger hunt around the grounds. See what’s lurking around the corners…if you dare! Find out more.

Creepy Crafts at Brockhole

Tuesday 24 October

Encourage your child to reveal their inner artist and have frightfully good fun with our creepy Halloween crafts for all. Find out more.

Halloween Face Painting

Wednesday 25 October

Be transformed into zombies, witches and ghosts by our professionally trained face painter. Find out more.

Brave the Cave

Dive into the darkness twisting and turning as you explore our fantastic indoor caving tunnels at Brockhole. Can you brave the cave? Find our more.

Halloween Twilight Trek

Sunday 29 and Tuesday 31 October

Swing through the trees with Treetop Trek at Brockhole with a spooky twilight trek! Book your place now.


Gather your little witches and skeletons and fly to Brockhole where your spooky adventure starts this October holiday.

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