This half-term children will have fun doing the Blaise Scary Door Trail, a magical spooky trail at Blaise Castle House Museum in Henbury!
There will be a trail of tiny wooden fairy doors hidden around the museum’s wonderful rooms and eccentric collections, waiting to be discovered.
Children can discover secret worlds hidden behind the miniature doors, all with a Halloween theme.
They will also love playing in the Victorian toy room, dressing up in costumes and looking at the museum’s treasures, followed by an ice cream afterwards!
The Blaise Scary Door Trail will take place from Thursday 25th October until Sunday 4 November from 11am-3pm (apart from Monday 29th October when the museum is closed).
The trail is free (donations gratefully received). You can find the Blaise Scary Door Trail at Blaise Castle House Museum, Henbury, BS10 7QS.
And, on Sunday 21st October, there will be a separate event at Blaise Community Gardens from 2pm – 4pm for an afternoon of fun, crafts and Halloween-themed treats.
There will be fun for children of all ages including badge-making, a children’s trail, tea light holders, spooky bugs and more!
Entry is £2 per person and all money raised will go to The Blaise Community Gardens.
To find out about more spooky fun events for kids this half-term do keep an eye on the Bristol Mum facebook page!