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Halloween events in Pembrokeshire

Halloween and the half-term week is a really exciting time to visit Pembrokeshire, with lots to see and do for families with little ones. We’ve compiled some fun events to get you in the spirit of Halloween…

Folly Farm Adventure Park

The fairground stalls have been given a spooky Halloween makeover at Folly Farm and you’ll have a chance to win prizes by taking part in their popular Scarecrow Trail and card hunts. If you’ve never seen singing pumpkins, keep your eyes peeled!

Pembrokeshire Pumpkins

Grab your wellies and pick your own pumpkin! With a range of different pumpkins to choose from including Polar Bear (large, white), munchkin (little, bright orange) and more, a new spooky woodland play area and a Halloween grotto, there’s plenty to do.


Pick your own pumpkin from the Giant Pumpkin Patch. You might just bump into a spooky Scarecrow or two along the way, or get lost in the mysterious maze…

Carew Castle

There are lots of events to choose from here, including a Skeleton Trail, Fireside Ghost Stories, and of course, it wouldn’t be a castle without some Horrible History! Click here to see all the events and book your tickets.

Manor Wildlife Park 

Explore the park along haunted trails, scare yourself silly at the terrifying talks and with children’s entry half price when you buy online with an adult ticket  Manor Wildlife Park is a must this Halloween.

Spooktacular at Oakwood

Ride All Day. Scream All Night!

Getting ready to haunt you this Halloween with 4 chilling horror mazes… get ready for the scare!

Little Legs Football spooky spectacular

For all those little football fans out there, you can join some Halloween themed games at this football camp day

Picton Castle Gardens’ Family Halloween

Mostly taking place in the gardens (decorated with pumpkins galore!), there’ll be trails and puzzles, and The Welsh Owl Garden & Zoo will have handling sessions with their creepiest of crawlies.

Don’t forget to pick up your free goody bag at the ticket office, and dress up in your spookiest outfit, because there’ll be a photo competition to determine the most petrifying little Pictonite!

Oriel Y Parc

There are tons of things to do here, with lots of creative options for an afternoon of arty activity, while also learning about plants and animals found around the county. But don’t worry, there’s still a spooky twist – think Bats, Spiders, making lanterns and building creepy-crawly hotels! Click the link to see all events and to get tickets.

Pembroke Castle

Don’t forget to dress up – children in Halloween costume enter for free! There’ll be a pumpkin hunt, a skeleton trail and plenty of spooky seasonal décor all around the castle.

Torch Theatre

The Addams Family 2… Everyone’s favourite spooky family film is back in this animated comedy sequel

Prepare for a Horrible Halloween at Scolton Manor – Tour the creepy manor house, grab yourself a scary selfie, meet the spooks and phantoms and scream like like mad in the Spider’s Lair! Admission on the day.

So as not to leave the adults out Scolton Manor is also holding a Fright Night. Choose your scary movie from the classics; The Amityville Horror or The Living Dead, then make your way through the woods to meet your nightmares in the haunted manor house. Over 18’s only. Book tickets online.

Have a fabulous spooky time. Remember to tag @visitpembrokeshire on Instagram with your Pembrokeshire Halloween photo’s.