There’s a host of spook-tacular events for the whole family to enjoy at Ironbridge Gorge Museums this Halloween - and as an extra-special treat, the activities are all included in the entry price.

Budding witches and warlocks can take part in a magical potion trail at Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron (23 - 31 October). Jars of creepy ingredients will be hidden around the attraction, with visitors challenged to find them all before writing a spell for resident witch Freya to cast with her cauldron.

Meanwhile, the Museum of Iron is hosting an enchanting storytelling tour with its Coalbrookdale Cauldrons event, aimed at children aged three to six (26 & 28 October).

Visitors are invited to attend dressed as witches and wizards, and help find the cauldrons hidden around the museum. They will then have the chance to make their very own spell recipe to take home with them.
Next up is a challenge of toil and trouble at Blists Hill Victorian Town. It Was A Dark And Stormy Night invites visitors to create a storyboard and produce their very own comic strip, telling the tale of a robbery at the post office. Suitable for children aged eight to 12, the event takes place in two sessions on 27 October.

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