There’s frighteningly good fun for all the family happening at DZG this Hallowe’en.
For youngsters there’s the Little Monsters Hallowe’en Hocus Pocus event on Friday October 30 from 5pm to 8pm and for grown-ups we’re running two paranormal evenings.
Little ones can come dressed as a ghoul, a witch, a little monster or some other spooky character before coming face to face with spiders, snakes and other critters in our creepy crawly corner.
Then there will be ghoulish games and creepy crafts before they head out on a ghost walk to find out what goes bump in the night at Dudley Castle.
And there’s Horrible History fun in the Castle’s undercroft too.
Marketing Manager Andrea Hales said: “Our Hallowe’en events always go down well as the Castle provides the perfect spooky setting.
“Places for our Little Monsters party and paranormal evenings are selling fast but there’s still time to get in on the eerie action.”
The paranormal evenings take place on Friday October 30 and Saturday October 31 from 8pm.
The nights, which run until 3am, kick off with a ghost tour by DZG’s Castle historian Amy Hickman before the ghost hunting begins, led by JP Paranormal.
Andrea added: “There’s the very real possibility of experiencing genuine paranormal activity, but whether you’re a believer or sceptic, thrill-seeker or merely curious, we’re sure to give you a night you’ll never forget!”
Tickets for the Little Monsters Hallowe’en Hocus Pocus are £8 each for adults and children aged 3-15 and under threes are free. Last admission is 5.45pm.
The paranormal evenings are open to over 18s only and tickets are £25 per person.