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Join us for a petrifying Pit Village and creepy Colliery Yard evening experience as ghosts and ghouls descend on Beamish this Halloween.
The 1900s Pit Village, 1900s Colliery Yard and Birch Wood will play host to creepy characters and terrifying tricks from 6.30pm to 9.30pm on Friday, 29th, Saturday, 30th and Sunday, 31st October.
Tickets cost £10 for adults and £6 for children (3-16 years), under 3s go free.
Experience a spooktacular evening of tricks and treats with Halloween in The Pit Village.
Take a walk through Birch Wood where strange sightings have been spotted… Can you see something lurking? Best to pass through quickly… We’ve heard of horrifying hooded figures and ghost-like ghouls moving through the buildings in The 1900s Colliery and The 1900s Pit Village.
Are you brave enough to listen to the ghostly stories? There are rumours that the terrible tales are true… Be wowed at the fire show and take part in a family-friendly Halloween craft activity.
Creepy creatures are sure to have your skin crawling and bloodcurdling screams have been heard from Francis Street! Listen to terrifying tunes, plus, is that really you that you see in the mirror? Or someone else staring back at you? Visit our distorting hall of mirrors.
- Davy’s fish and chip shop
- Sinkers’ Bait Cabin
- Mine Managers’ Office
- Miners’ Institute
Ghoulish Gift and Goodies
- Terrifying treats and spooky sweets are available from the stall near Hetton Band Hall
- Beamish Beamers on sale at Entrance
- Museum Shop at Entrance
Event Information/Terms and Conditions
Tickets must be pre-booked online and will not be available to buy from our Entrance.
This event takes place in The 1900s Pit Village, 1900s Colliery Yard and Birch Wood. There is no access to any other areas of the museum. Please note, there will be no transport operating for the Halloween in The Pit Village event.
The safety of our visitors, staff and volunteers is our first priority as always, and we continue to have a range of COVID-19 Secure measures in place, in line with industry best practice and guidance from the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions.
Payments by card/contactless only.
Please allow other visitors enough space to enjoy their visit.
There are one-way systems in place to enter and exit The 1900s Pit Village and in various exhibits.
Free parking is available in the main car park. No dogs are allowed, except for assistance dogs.
Children under 14 must be accompanied by an adult. Visitors are advised to wrap up warm, bring a torch and wear sturdy footwear.
Beamish Unlimited Passes and Friends of Beamish memberships are not valid for evening events. Halloween Evening Tickets are non-refundable and cannot be exchanged for an alternative date or event.
Details correct at time of publishing/printing. The museum reserves the right to alter the programme without prior notice.
Please note the Team of Terrifying Photographers will be taking pictures throughout the evening. Images may be used for Beamish promotions.