Halloween in Caernarfon

Halloween in Caernarfon


Are you hoping for a frightful, yet exciting weekend this Halloween? Luckily for you Halloween in Caernarfon for 2015 is full of thrills and chills with lots to see and do with family and friends.

Caernarfon is only a short 15 minute drive from our holiday homes in North Wales, which means you can enjoy the day of ‘spook-tacular’ events in the local area without any worry. Next weekend we highly recommend attending the Spooky Halloween Day at Caernarfon Castle, which will be taking place on 31st October between 11am and 4pm.

Tickets are available to purchase for this event are as followed:

Adult £6.75
Family £20.25 – This admits 2 adults and all children under 16
Senior Citizens, Students & Children Under 16 £5.10
Member Free
Disabled & Companion Free


Alternatively if you wish to take a journey on a Ghoulish Train, this Halloween you are in for a bumpy ride. The Welsh Highland Railway is hosting an evening of spooky going-ons with lots of frantic fun activities, fireworks and a fantastic journey.

You can enjoy entertainment from folk band Dixie Hicks who will be joining you on the train, as well as at your stop at the Snowdonia Parc Brewpub. The train will depart from Caernarfon at 6:30pm on 29th October 2015 and return at 9pm. It is highly advised to book your tickets early to avoid disappointment. Adults = £17.50, Children (10-15yrs) = £13.20 & Children Under 10 = £11.60

Lastly, you can get involved with celebrating and promoting Wales’ outstanding cultural offer at the second Welsh Museums Festival from 24th October to 1st November 2015. The festival will be hosting over 100 events and exhibitions from sleepovers, walks, hunts, dressing up, tea parties and Halloween themed activities.

On the opening day of the event, there will be the theme ‘Creatures of the Night’ which will be followed by two workshops. During the two workshops you will get to create animals of the night with artist Luned Rhys Parri in preparation for Halloween.

There are lots of events going on in the local area close by to our holiday parks in North Wales and we hope you all have a fantastic, but safe Halloween!


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