This Halloween, The Old Hall at Tatton Park will host an immersive, open-air family-friendly Halloween quest which combines a self-led trail, fun activities, and interactive theatre to create a unique, unmissable, and memorable experience.
Children, families, friends take centre stage in this Halloween quest to help defeat the evil sorcerer Dimitri, who has been banished from the Wizards’ village.
Bring your young wizards and witches to come and gather, as the story unfolds in the spookiest corners of Tatton Park’s ancient, Medieval Old Hall. They’ll need to listen carefully to characters who share magical secrets before you adventure into the unknown.
Children can learn to do the finest spellcasting in the land, not to mention advanced broomstick lessons for every young wizard.
So, this Halloween, bring out your magical side, give your wizard some wiz and make your witches wicked on an immersive journey through curious forests and enchanting theatre.
Spaces are limited for this event.
Special discounted prices for groups of 6 wizards or witches.
Pre-booked tickets include free car entry
The wizards gathering will last approximately 90 minutes and the following time slots are available on each performance day: 10:30am, 11:30am, 1:30pm & 2:30pm
Dates: 22nd, 23rd, 27th, 28th, 29th and 30th October
Take advantage of an early bird discount, where you can save up to £12 until 1 September!
Standard tickets: £16 per person (adults & children) (normal price £18)
Friends and Family Ticket: £84 group of 6 people (normal price £96
Places for the Wizards Gathering can be booked at tattonpark.org.uk
The Old Hall has been featured on TV's Most Haunted, it is the perfect spot and an enviable setting for some spooky adventures for kids and grown-ups alike! The Old Hall also stands within its own grounds in a quiet wooded area of the park, the medieval Old Hall has a special atmosphere. A site of historical and archaeological importance within the Northwest of England, it takes visitors on an evocative journey through its 500-year history as a dwelling place - from medieval manor house to Victorian Gamekeepers cottage.