Halloween events in Lincoln every student should check out

Halloween isn’t necessary all spooks and scares. It can be a time for you and your flatmates to bond, either…

Halloween isn’t necessary all spooks and scares. It can be a time for you and your flatmates to bond, either through nights out, events and local trips. From pumpkin picking to spooky ghost walks, Lincoln is full of events this year that every student will love! 

PYO Pumpkins at Doddington Hall

Doddington Hall, once again, are allowing the public to come and pick from their hundreds of home grown pumpkins. Their pumpkin patch is full of pumpkins of all sizes, and is open to the public now until the 31stOctober. It’s entirely free to enter and you pay for what you pick. Prices start at just £2 but is size dependent, and is cash only

Check out Lucy’s video for when she popped along with her flatmates in 2020! 

Halloween Ghost Hunt at Tattersall Castle

If you’re looking for something a little more spooky, why not go on the ghost hunt at Tattershall Castle. With an exclusive insight to one of Lincolnshire’s more haunted venues, you can tour the Castle between 8pm and 1am with an insight of the mystery and hauntings within. It’s a five hour investigation where you’ll get toured by experience paranormal investigators, with lessons in using detection equipment and techniques. Light refreshments and hot drinks are also included throughout! 

It’s a little more pricey at £40 a person but for an exclusive look into the hauntings of an 800 year old castle – it’s a night you can’t miss! The event is on Saturday 29th October and starts at 8pm.

Lincoln Ghost Walk

I’m sure if you’ve ever been up near the Bailgate you might have seen a spooky ghost-shaped sign advertising the ghost walk available. It’s an opportunity to be led by experienced guides, starting at Castle Hill opposite the Magna Carta by the Tourist Information Centr, where you will be taken to some of Lincoln’s most haunted attractions. 

You don’t have to book for this one, just turn up 10 minutes before the start. It’s available Wednesdays to Saturdays at 7pm. Tickets are just £6 and generally lasts around 70 minutes. 

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