A MUSEUM in Warwick is set for a spine-tingling transformation for Halloween.
St John’s House is inviting brave souls to explore its rooms and see them like never before during October half-term.
The hair-raising event invites families to venture into the eerie world of Hansel and Gretel, embark on a trail through the house, and cross their fingers that the witch isn’t lurking in the kitchen.
Youngsters can also concoct their own slime to take home, indulge in Halloween-themed crafts, and dabble in the art of potion-making with messy play activities.
And, of course, dressing up in spooky attire is enthusiastically encouraged for both children and adults.
Warwickshire County Council’s community engagement officer Rebecca Coles said: “This is our third year of putting on the St John’s Haunted House and we’re excited to have a new theme of Hansel and Gretel. Every year, we change and add to the experience so that families can enjoy the magic of Halloween time and time again.”
For more information visit warwickshire.gov.uk/heritageboxoffice