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Halloween at
Blenheim Palace

There was a chill in the air at Blenheim Palace this Halloween...

When darkness fell, adventurers were in for a scare this past Autumn Half Term. Our spooktacular dusk to darkness light trail, was no trick, all treat! For all you brave explorers that crept along early with little ones, or stalked through the shadows with bigger kids, saw some serious scares for adults too!

Our dusk to darkness trail returns next year...

When Halloween creeps closer and the days shorten, there’s always a chill in the air at Blenheim Palace. Where ghosts, ghouls and witches get ready to deliver a whole host of tricks and treats along another new spooktacular trail. Watch this space for news on new thrills and chills for 2024, which you won't want to miss out...

Meander along our eerie trail if you dare

This year explorers wandered from dusk into darkness and through the spooky spider tunnel to be surprised by fantastic fire performers - as they watched out for the faceless horseman emerging from the mist.

They discovered scary scarecrows, listened to the werewolves’ howl and dodged the grinning pumpkins as they approached the Vampires crypt... but little did they know what fanged monster lurked inside….

Indulgent Halloween treats

After all the spooky goings on, there was a variety of comforting food stalls and yummy treats on offer. Many adventurers enjoyed a fiendishly good *hot toddy or devilishly decadent *hot chocolate and toast a marshmallow or two. As well as this, little monsters enjoyed our fun fair both before and after the trail.

In partnership with Hotel Chocolat

This season spooks enjoyed devilishly good chocolate and satisfied all appetites with something for little monsters and grown-up ghouls alike. Bursting with chilling chocolate characters, Hotel Chocolat provided treats which were frighteningly flavoursome!

Table with goat skull and potions Halloween lights Fire performer Headless horseman Graveyard