We’ve put together a list of the top 10 Halloween events in Liverpool 2019 not to be missed. Number 5 is only for the brave! So get ready to be truly terrified this Halloween.
1. Pumpkin Picking in Liverpool
There is nothing that says Halloween more than a pumpkin, so why not grab the little ones and head to Church Farm in Liverpool to pick your very own pumpkin. This family friendly Halloween event in Liverpool is open from Saturday the 5th of October from 9am. Pop your wellies on and get ready to explore the fields in search of the very best pumpkin. Dogs are also allowed to join in the fun. The farm is open from 9am to 6pm Monday to Saturday and 10am to 5pm on Sundays.
For more information head to the farm’s website.
2. Twisted Circus -Liverpool Halloween Event
On Friday 1st November, the UK’s most terrifying Halloween festival will arrive in Liverpool on Seel Street. With death-defying acts and thrilling characters you’ll experience a dark side of the circus like never before. From a Body Stapling to Pierced Weight Lifting to the incredibly dangerous Bed of Blades. This event is like no other. Over 18s only. Tickets from £10.95 – £75.00. Head to Design my Night for tickets.
3. Raw at Sefton Park Palm House Liverpool
Celebrate Halloween in style this year at Sefton Park Palm House. RAW is back and this year is set in the stunning Palm House, under the night sky. Make sure to come dressed up and ready to dance the night away with house, tech and dance music. Over 18s only. Tickets are now on sale for £20 per person.
4. Trapped In Wonderland Liverpool Halloween Experience
Join the Mad Hatter himself and jump down the rabbit hole for Trapped in Wonderland Halloween experience. Everything in this fairytale has gone quite simply insane #EvilAlice. On the 31st October in Hangar34 Liverpool, get ready for a spectacular night to remember. Tickets are on sale for a little at £5 early bird and £15 general admission.
5. Farmaggedon Liverpool Halloween Attraction
Based on a farm in Ormskirk, Farmaggedon in Liverpool is a scare attraction only for the brave. With live actors waiting to scare the living daylights out of you and a total of four extreme scream attractions to choose from, the terror will seem like it is never ending. You can try to run, you can try to hide, but there is no escape from Farmaggedon. For more terrifying information and to book tickets click here.
6. Bongo’s Bingo Liverpool Halloween Special
Yes, that’s right you can now enjoy Bongo’s Bingo at Content in Liverpool, with a thrilling theme as we celebrate Halloween with a crazy night of eyes down. The Halloween special nights are on Thursday 31st October, Friday 1st November and Saturday 2nd November. Book your tickets now before they’re gone, at only £15 per person.
7. Spooky Welly Walk at Sefton Park Liverpool
The spooky welly walk returns to Liverpool this year, to celebrate Halloween as a family. The two mile long walk around Sefton Park will provide plenty of fun and Halloween themed family friendly activities along the way. This creepy walk will help support the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation and will take place on Saturday the 19th of October. The walk will take a minimum of two hours to complete as there will be plenty of things to do along the way. To book your tickets head to the Spooky Welly Walk 2019.
8. Scarefest at Alton Towers Theme Park
If you love Alton Towers and you want to experience a terrifyingly fantastic Halloween event, Scarefest is for you. This unmissable event takes place on selected dates throughout October and November when the theme park is transformed into the ultimate scare attraction. Open until late, you can ride in the dark, if you’re brave enough. Scarefest dates, October 5th, 6th, 12th, 13th and 18th and November 3rd. We dare you to try the resort’s multi award-winning scare mazes and explore the Alton Towers Dungeon.
For more information head to Scarefest at Alton Towers.
9. Liverpool Ghost Hunt Halloween 2019
Experience paranormal activity with a Liverpool ghost hunt. On Saturday the 21st of September, join a ghost hunt at St George’s Hall in Liverpool. Expect an intense night of ghost hunting as you explore the court cells and creepy catacombs that lie beneath the building. Or tiptoe around The Abandoned Newsham Park Hospital in Liverpool. New areas are now open for paranormal investigation which includes a Victorian nurses home. Date to be confirmed for this ghost hunt.
To ghost hunt in Liverpool this Autumn visit Haunted Happenings
10. Monster Mash Halloween Disco Mersey Ferries Cruise
On the 31st of October, sail across the River Mersey like never before. Step on-board the Monster Mash Halloween Disco Cruise, and make sure you’re dressed to scare. With a live DJ, blasting blood-curdling beats from the 60s to the 00s, Mersey Ferries welcomes monsters of the Mersey onto the dancefloor deck. Tickets are priced at £16 per person. To book your ticket on-board the Monster Mash Mersey Ferry.