With Halloween now on the horizon, Hatton Adventure World’s popular Pumpkin Week is making a return over the autumn half-term, running from 21-29 October. Alongside free pumpkin picking and carving, the Warwickshire attraction will be getting into the spooky spirit with themed fun and games running throughout the week.

Kids participating in Pumpkin Week can pick their own free pumpkin and carve and decorate it in the on-site marquee for a chance to win one of many prizes. Brand new for this year will be the Mystifying Halloween Show by resident entertainer Zoobee, which promises to thrill all ages with creepy capers and ghostly goings-on. Older children aged 8+ will also be able to enjoy the new Haunted House and Zombie Run laser combat game for the first time this year.

Opened earlier this summer, Hatton’s three-acre Mega Maize Maze has now undergone a frightful facelift, transformed into a Terrifying Terror Maze with six spooky characters hiding in the corn. See if you can navigate the maze in timed slots running throughout the week.

Hatton’s usual farmyard fun will continue as normal during the break, and visitors can also enjoy a ride in the Bewitching Trailer, as well as being mesmerised by Magic and Mayhem around the cauldron with Agnes the Witch.

Hatton Adventure World is home to over 300 farm animals including rare breeds, plus an indoor play barn, adventure playground, falconry displays and much more. The entry all-inclusive price takes away the worry of finding any hidden extras. All the activities are included in the entry cost. Discounts are available online if booked in advance.

Hatton Adventure World is open every day throughout the year (excluding Christmas Day and Boxing Day) from 10am to 5.30pm. For more information please visit www.hattonworld.com/adventure-world or telephone 01926 843411.