Learn To Fly A Broomstick This Halloween At Spooktacular Wookey Hole Caves

A brand new attraction will be available at top Somerset tourist destination Wookey Hole Caves this Halloween, as visitors are invited to learn how to ride a broomstick!

Home of the infamous Witch of Wookey Hole, the caves provide the perfect location for October Half Term fun, and the new broomstick training course is just one of over 20 activities for visiting families to enjoy from 21st October until 5th November.

The Witch of Wookey along with the resident wizarding professors will put trainee flyers through their paces as they learn to mount, dismount, manoeuvre and accelerate on their broomsticks, making for some great photo opportunities.

Visitors will also be impressed with the brand new Witch’s Grotto which is buried deep beneath the Mendip Hills, within the historic Wookey Hole Caves, where every child will get a free treat. The high-energy performances during the daily Halloween Circus Shows are also sure to delight.

The Witch of Wookey explains:

“We are so excited to be introducing our new broomstick flying classes this Halloween! I’m always managing to fly into things and fall off my broomstick so I’m hoping the lessons help me as much as anything else!

“This along with the other attractions on offer including our world-famous caves, 4D cinema experience, Adventure Golf, Circus Show and Dinosaur Valley makes for a really good-value day out for families across the UK who can also enjoy the beautiful surrounding region of Somerset.

“We have also recently invested in high-quality accommodation options on site and nearby for those who want more than a day trip.

“Wookey Hole is renowned as the home of Halloween and offers the full Halloween Holiday experience. We were made for this holiday and we guarantee visitors will have a spooktacular time with us!”

A creepy guided tour of the spectacular Wookey Hole Caves is one of the highlights to expect from a day out at Wookey. Featuring brand new caverns, tunnels and subterranean lakes only recently opened to the public, the cave tour promises history, mystery and cave-aged cheese.

Other spooky themed fun on offer this October half term include the special Halloween Circus Show which takes place daily from 21st October until 29th October and on 4th and 5th November.

Circus Workshops will take place from 30 October until 3 November and the 4D cinema will be terrifying and delighting audiences with the exhilarating Dracula ride, housed in the haunted Witch’s Laboratory.

Also included in the ticket price is the Magical Mirror Maze, Haunted Fairy Garden, Wizard’s Magical Play Barns and Valley of the Dinosaurs.

Holiday packages at Wookey Hole Caves start from just £129 with accommodation available at the hotel or the luxury lodges both onsite.

Packages also include breakfast with the Witch of Wookey, tickets to Wookey Hole Caves, a round of crazy golf, Halloween fun packs and entry to the Mill and children’s play areas in the evening when eating in the restaurant.

For more information or to book please visit www.wookey.co.uk. Get 20% off by booking Halloween tickets online.

 

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