Halloween Extravaganza

If you go down to the woods today...

You’re in for a bit of a surprise!

From the 25th October till 29th October Evenley Wood Garden will be transformed into a Halloween Extravaganza.

Are you brave enough?

With torch in hand, you will venture on a spooky journey of ghosts, myths and legends. On Saturday 28th and Sunday 29th we will be extending our opening hours to 6:00pm. See the wood in a whole new light, following the pumpkins to see what might be hiding in the undergrowth! 

For the less adventurous we have plenty of other things going on at the wood this spooky season. Little ones can take part in our pumpkin carving workshop and carve out their own creepy creations, along with gruesome biscuit decorating, all at the pavilion.


Or try your luck in our fancy dress competion. Post a photograph of yourself in the wood in fancy dress to www.facebook.com/evenleywoodgarden to be in with a chance of winning a season ticket for 2 adults and 2 children. The competition is open to any age so parents please feel free to join in!

Head Gardener Justin Litten will be choosing his favourite on 31st October.

Muddy Feet Training will be joining us on the 29th October. Children will be able to have a go at making magical potions and toasting marshmallows on the campfire, along with other spooky woodland activities.
Muddy Feet Training Forest School

Each session with Muddy Feet lasts for an hour and is suitable for all children over the age of 2.

We would recommend that you book in advance as there are limited numbers and we are expecting this activity to be very popular.

Please make sure you book the time slot you would like from the drop down menu. 

We will be welcoming back our pop up cafe in the pavilion during Halloween activity days, with a fabulous seasonal menu to tantalise your taste buds.

Normal Addmission Charges Apply £5 adults £1 children under 16. There is a small additional charge of £3 for pumpkin carving.

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