Godstone Farm’s half term Halloween hijinks
Head to Godstone Farm for some fang-tastic Halloween hijinks - and visit all your favourite farmyard animals.
Godstone Farm is worth a visit at any time of the year – we’re massive fans here at Muddy – but right now with Halloween festivities in full swing, it’s totally spooktacular (!!) and definitely worth a visit.
All this week, until Sun 1 Nov, the farm is celebrating half term with a range of Halloween themed activities including pumpkin carving, and a mystery trail. Follow the mysterious clues around the farm to be in with a chance of winning some magical prizes. Don’t forget to check out the Halloween decorations – the’re very cool.
There are more than 500 animals at the farm – but this week it’s the creepy creatures like the rats, lizards and spiders who take centre stage. Although we’ve always got a soft spot for piggies.
And you can also do the Dino Trail and see the mighty Mammoth, the super Stegosaurus, and lthe fearsome Pterosaurus plus others as you follow the footprints.
A couple of things to know before you go. All tickets for entry to the farm must be booked in advance, although you can arrive at any time from 9.30am (the farm closes at 4.45pm), and if you want to go into the playbarn, you’ll have to pre-book your time slot in advance. And don’t forget your mask.
Tickets for the pumpkin carving are available at the shop and cost £3.50.
Halloween half term is at Godstone Farm until Fri 1 Nov.