Halloween Evenings at Beamish

22nd, 23rd, 26th, 27th and 31st Oct :: 6.30pm - 9.30pm

Beamish will be overrun by spooky ghosts and terrifying monsters from 6.30pm – 9.30pm.

Halloween evenings at Beamish are sure to give you a Halloween fright night you’ll never forget. With The 1900s Town, 1900s Pit Village, 1900s Colliery Yard and 1820s Pockerley Old Hall swamped with petrifying creatures, only the brave will dare to knock on the doors to trick or treat…

Halloween Evening Dates:

  • Monday, 22nd October – SOLD OUT
  • Tuesday, 23rd October – SOLD OUT
  • Friday, 26th October – SOLD OUT
  • Saturday, 27th October – SOLD OUT
  • Wednesday, 31st October – SOLD OUT

Ticket prices

  • Adult £14
  • Child (3-16 years) £10

Here’s a taster of our frightfully fantastic Halloween activities:

  • Be transformed by our fiendish face painter.
  • See Chris Cross’s creepy performance.
  • Take a seat in front of our horse-drawn hearse, however you won’t be alone as you pose for your photograph.
  • Let’s hope you’re not prey for our feathered friends…
  • Will you like what the tarot card reader has to say?
  • The brilliant bubbleologist will be performing incredible tricks.
  • Put on your scariest smile for a petrifying portrait in the stocks at JR & D Edis Photographers.
  • Birch Wood becomes home to lost souls…
  • Listen to spooky tunes by live bands.
  • The Hall of Mirrors will have you bent out of shape.
  • Do you dare trick or treat?
  • Careful not to disturb the saw violinist…
  • Are you brave enough for the ghostly Grey Lady walk?
  • Taste creepy crawlies in the “I’m an Edwardian, Get Me Out of Here!” challenge.
  • Look out for the scary stilt walker.
  • Watch a Halloween puppet show.
  • Family-friendly crafts and activities, including a feely box coffin and monster making.
  • Watch a Penny Dreadful play. At least we think it’s just a play…
  • Visit our ponies who will be transporting gruesome cargo.
  • Be wowed by our fire eater.
  • Make a hag stone to keep evil spirits away.
  • Look out for the scary stilt walker.
  • Try some vomit soup… delicious.
  • Take your own photo using our Halloween peep-through.
  • Dare you go on the spooky scarecrow walk?
  • How close will you get to the “Dangerous and Deadly” animals?
  • Listen out for Drumdin, our samba band with a difference.

Free parking is available in the main car park. No dogs are allowed, except for assistance dogs. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. Visitors are advised to bring a torch and wear sturdy footwear.

Beamish Unlimited Passes and Friends of Beamish membership are not valid for evening events. Halloween Evening tickets are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for an alternative date or event.