PUMPKIN Week returns to Hatton Adventure World ahead of Halloween.
Youngsters visiting the family attraction from October 21 to 29 can pick their own free pumpkin to carve it in the spooky marquee ready for the best carved pumpkin competition.
And they can also enjoy the Mystifying Halloween Show with ghostly antics in the company of suitably spooky host Zoobee; before popping into the Haunted House; and those aged eight and over can even go Zombie hunting.
The Mega Maize Maze will be given a suitably spooky Halloween facelift to transform it into the Terrifying Terror Maze.
There will also be rides available on the Bewitching Trailer, and Magic & Mayhew with Agnes the Witch around the cauldron.
Visit www.hattonworld.com for further details.
THE FUSILER Museum at St John’s House in Warwick is running two Halloween themed events during half-term.
Children can get creative making a wicked witches or wizards hat, or a scary skeleton, on Tuesday October 24 from 2pm to 4pm. They can also follow the spooky trail around the museum. The drop-in event costs £2 per child.
And visitors make your own pumpkin lantern on Friday October 27 from 5pm to 8pm. Visitors should bring a torch to explore the museum. Fancy dress is encouraged. The free drop-in event is part of Museum at Night, and donations are appreciated. There are a limited number of pumpkins, which have been donated by Sainsbury’s.
FOUNDRY Wood in Leamington is hosting Halloween in the Woods on Saturday October 28, from 2pm to 5pm.
The party will include Halloween-themed crafts and games for all ages, and food around the campfire.
All are welcome, and admission is free, although donations are welcomed.
Visit www.foundrywood.co.uk for further details.