Looking for Halloween events in Oxford and across oxfordshire. Well, look no further. From pumpkin picking to ghostly tours, browse our growing list of Halloween events taking place in Oxford and across Oxfordshire for great ideas to help you plan the perfect day out.
As Halloween creeps closer and the days shorten, a mysterious mist falls across the gardens at Blenheim Palace. Join with family and friends to wander from dusk into darkness between one ghostly space to another.
Visit the Witch’s House After Dark for Grimm’s Fairy Tale folk LIVE – a theatrical, immersive evening of mischief and magic.
This October half term, come along to Earth Trust Centre to pick your own pumpkin direct from the growing field on the farm and lose yourself in a marvellous maize maze.
Take part in the Waterperry Halloween Hunt throughout this October half term.
Follow the clues around the mysterious world of Tumblestone Hollow and the Gardens at Stonor to win a special chocolate prize (or an alternative treat).
Treat the kids to a Spooky Afternoon Tea in the Manor Restaurant this October half-term. Enjoy a a ghost meringue, a mummified gingerbread man and spooky jelly worms, eyeballs and brains!
There’s witchery afoot this autumn as Cogges Manor house and grounds are transformed into The Witch’s House for a Halloween-themed October half-term.
Spooky Tours at Oxford Castle & Prison’s annual spooktacular Ghost Fest is back!
High Lodge Farm’s spellbinding Halloween trail and PYO pumpkin patch is returning for a second year this October half-term.
Put on your boots and head to the new pop-up pumpkin picking event at Hadsham Farm in the Oxfordshire countryside near Banbury. Collect a sledge and head to the pumpkin patch, where you can choose your perfect pumpkin.
Rectory Farm’s Pumpkin Patch will open to the public in October, with several pumpkin varieties for you to pick, from traditional orange Racers to tasty Crown Prince Squash and ornamental gourds for table and window displays.
Millets Farm has been nurturing a large number of pumpkins in their fields this year, and now’s the perfect time for picking a pleasingly plump one!