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Prepare to be spooked at some of the best Halloween nights in town! Black Country Living Museum is hosting its spooktacular Halloween Nights once more, and this year it’s bigger and better than ever!
Explore period shops and houses set across the Museum’s award-winning 26 acres as you step into a fantastical world of fire-jugglers, magicians, creepy crawlies and more. Little ones will also be able trick or treat along the cobbled streets at no extra charge, collecting sweet treats and meeting some interesting characters along the way!
If you can’t make it to Halloween Nights, don’t forget that you can also pay them a visit during the day for their Fiendish Felons half term activities which take place from Sat 26 Oct – Sun 3 Nov.
Halloween Nights – Thrilling Family Fun
Trick or treat along the Black Country Living Museum’s gas lit cobbled streets and experience thrilling street entertainment from circus performers, fire-jugglers, magicians, a ‘monstrous’ mine and more!
Explore period shops and houses set across the Museum’s award-winning 26 acres and discover treats, tricks and terrifying tales of old as the Museum comes to life with Halloween entertainment. There’s plenty to get stuck into – brave the creepy crawlie display, meet our ‘creepy characters’ or win a prize for best-dressed ghoul in a costume parade. Daring visitors can even descend on foot ‘into the thick’ of the Museum’s ‘monstrous’ mine. Watch out though, you never know what you might find down there…
As always, visitors will be able to tantalise their tastebuds with some devilishly good Halloween fare including the Museum’s famous 1930s-style fish and chips. Little devils can trick or treat along the Museum’s atmospheric cobbled streets as characters dish out the good stuff.
BCLM’s Fiendish Felons half term activities (26 Oct – 3 Nov) will open your eyes to the dastardly deeds of criminals of the past and the putrid punishments they faced.
There’s trouble afoot in our canalside village this half term. Stay vigilant and help our police constable track down a vile villian who has been causing mischief in the village. Take on our trail using your detective skills to help solve a Black Country crime wave.
Plus, hone your investigative talents in our detective school as you try your hand at examining evidence, lifting fingerprints and even posing for your own mugshot.
From chicken thieves to unscrupulous scammers, there’s plenty to look out for as you witness the dishonest dealings of the past.
For more information or to book online, visit bclm.com
Posted on Fri 29 May