Best Halloween Events around Manchester 2020
Discover the best halloween events for all the family in and around Greater Manchester for 2020.
In current climate Halloween fun is definitely required. Although some events can not happen this year due to the restrictions, there are some great Halloween events happening in and around Greater Manchester for 2020. Here are our top picks of so you don't need to ask what 'Halloween events are happening near me'.
Halloween and Pumpkin Picking Festival at Cockfields Farm, Ashton Under Lyne
This Halloween head to Cockfields Farm for their Pumpkin Festival where you can pick your own pumpkin in their very own pumpkin patch. As part of their Halloween Pumpkin Festival, children will be invited to pick their own pumpkin and carve it in the spooky cave leaving the mess behind. There will be also chance to grab the perfect family pic in the pumpkin village and take part in a Halloween treasure hunt. One pumpkin per children will be included in the entrance price.
Plus the ticket will include entrance to the farm where cuddle the bunnies and guinea pigs, hand feed the barn animals, unlimited rides on the fairground carousel and lots more.
Halloween In The City
Halloween in The City is back in Manchester with thousands of lanterns and a fun giant Monster Hunt.
Free Selfridges Pumpkin Trail
Selfridges in Manchester are running a frun free pumpkin trail with a little treat at the end. The trail is free but tickets are required.
Totally Gruesome, Ashton Under Lyne
Enjoy a fun Halloween indoor Trail aimed at Primary Children in Tameside this Halloween. You can follow the clues to uncover a letter of the alphabet in each themed room once completed you will be entered into their weekly sweetie prize draw.The Themed rooms include
Spiders Cave, Gruesome Dinosaurs, Twisted Circus, Drac and Frank's Lair, Medieval Dining Room, Clown Graveyard, Egyptian Tomb, and Aliens from Outer Space. You will finish the trail at the Witches Forest where you will meet our wicked witch and get a team photo from our 'Mirror, Mirror on the wall’.