With Halloween creeping closer we have an amazing Guest Post today with top places to head this Halloween in Newcastle, from the Newcastle event gurus themselves – Nights Out in Newcastle.

Here at Nights Out In Newcastle we love Halloween, the perfect chance to get dressed up as your favourite horror movie character, super hero or fictional villain and party the night away with friends.

Many will choose to throw their own parties, bob for apples and drink ghoulishly ghastly cocktails at home but for those who want a night out there is an ever increasing number of options available as the popularity of organised Halloween events soar.   We’ve looked at the spooky, scary and downright strange goings on in the North East and come up with our ultimate Halloween nights out in Newcastle.

Night at the museum

Newcastle’s Discovery Museum, hosts their annual night of spooky fun on Friday 28th October. This is especially suitable for under 7s, but all children under 12 are welcome.  Visitors are encouraged to come in fancy dress for the Fright night fancy dress competition and enjoy the Devilish Disco in the Great Hall.

There’s also the chance to make creepy crafts, decorate the gingerdead, participate in ‘Bugs & Stuff‘ animal handling, explore freaky feely boxes and have a go at Trick or Treat target toss. Then if you’re feeling brave you can listen to bewitching tales and go on a ‘Groan up’ trail.

Tickets cost £5 per child plus £1 per accompanying adult and should be booked in advance.

Find out more at www.discoverymuseum.org.uk
Time: 5 – 7pm

Halloween Activities – Brocksbushes, Corbridge

Brocksbushes are running a host Halloween events.

The Magic Pumpkin Patch and The Hillbilly Horror Show trail.

Pumpkin Patch is great for kids and runs from Saturday 22nd October until Sunday 30th October.  Pumpkin Patch rides are available at 9.45am, 10.45am, 11.45am and 12.45pm.  Tickets cost £6.50 each for Pumpkin Patch (for one child and one accompanying adult).

The Hillbilly Horror Show trail is definitely more one for the adults as you follow the dark and spooky trail encountering such delights as the Freaky Circus, The Butcher, Creepy Camper and Cabin Fever.  You also get to attempt to escape your way through the terrifying maze minus a torch or a map!

The Hillbilly Horror Show trail runs from Saturday 22nd October until Monday 31st October.  Walks are at 6.30, 7pm, 7.30pm, 8pm, 8.30pm, 9pm and 9.30pm.  Tickets cost £10 and there is a 10% discount for groups of 10 or more if you’ve got a fearless group of friends or colleagues.

All tickets must be booked and are available from Friday 16th September on the website or by phone, 01434 633100 or in the Farm Shop.

Panic Room – Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art

Fresh Element is calling all ghosts, ghouls and creatures of the night to creep and crawl down to the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead on Saturday 29th October at 8.00 pm for Panic Room, the annual Halloween Party.

Fancy dress is a must with prizes for the best costumes.

Adorn your superhero capes and fly down to The Baltic so you can hit the dance floor for Battle of the DJs: Good vs. Evil.

Drinks offers and Halloween cocktails at the bar.

Tickets: £7.00 (+booking fee) / £10 door

For bookings of 12 or more contact Fresh Element on 0191 440 4949 or email hires@balticmill.com

LooseCrawl – The Crawling Dead – Halloween Special – Sunday 30th October

After their HUGE Fresher’s Bar Crawl with record-breaking numbers Loosedays Group are ready for Round 2!  Are you?

Be prepared for…..THE CRAWLING DEAD.

A truly spooky zombie bar crawl around some of the best bars and clubs in town.

Sunday 30th at 8:00pm – Mon 31st October at 3:00am.

Get your tickets here.

Your ticket includes your Crawling Dead Hospital band and face mask as well as entry to 8 of Newcastle’s best pre bars and 2 of the coolest multi-venue clubs in the city.

Ticket collection to exchange for bands will be on:

Saturday 29th October between 12pm-5pm &

Sunday 30th October between 12pm-7pm

from Nancy’s Bordello, just outside Manor Bank and Liberty Quay accommodation in exchange for your ticket.



And as lovers of a good cocktail here at Nights Out In Newcastle we recommend you finish off your epic Zombie Crawl with one of House of Smith‘s infamous drinks, The Ultimate Zombie!

Each cocktail is made to spec, in a dynamic, prompt fashion, ensuring you’re not waiting all night for that much-needed drink.

The Ultimate Zombie is a real showstopper with a great sense of theatre in a stunning skull glass.

It is a real monster of a cocktail and is guaranteed to grab your attention.  Jam packed with white rum, amaretto, coconut rum, passion fruit liqueur, pineapple juice, fresh passion fruit, lime, dark rum float, Wray & Nephew and flamed absinthe!

This blog was brought to you by Paul Walton of Nights Out In Newcastle.


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