Spooktacular Fun


Have a terrific, terrifying time with our pick of the best Halloween events for kids and more.....


Frankenweenie: Film screening at Bradford Industrial Museum

Dress up in your scariest costume and join our own robotic dog featured in the ' Beastly Machines' exhibition. Enjoy a monstrously mean screening!

Young Victor conducts a science experiment to bring his beloved dog Sparky back to life, only to face unintended, sometimes monstrous, consequences.

Suitable for all ages. Spaces are limited.  £2 in advance or £3 on the day. Book early!

Dark Gatherings at Bolling Hall Museum

The scariest night of the year will be marked at one of Bradford’s oldest buildings "Bolling Hall" with the annual Dark Gatherings: Hauntings in the Hall event on Monday, October 31. Meet some of the Hall’s former long dead tenants on a free tour, explore the dimly lit corridors, chambers and rooms.

Museums at Night - Spooky Storytelling at Bronte Parsonage Museum

Come and explore the atmospheric rooms of the Parsonage by candlelight. Listen to the grandfather clock strike the hour and hear the creaks and sounds made by the historic house after dark. Residents of the Parsonage will share ghost stories and village superstitions. 

Halloween Hunt, at South Square, Thornton

Join in the spooky fun at South Square with creepy crafty activities and spooky stoytelling, as well as the haunting halloween hunt, suitable for all ages.

Witch Way to Main Street - Haworth? 

Spooky goings on in Haworth at the annual Halloween spectacular. The historic village will be overtaken by ghosts, ghouls, witches and goblins for a scary parade up Main Street, with procession at various intervals.  Come and join in the fun on Saturday for Dragon Day and on Sunday come along and take part in The Parade of Ghouls , there will also be a pumpkin carving competition. 

Creepy Halloween Fun at East Riddlesden Hall

Join us for spooky stories in a dimly lit room, listen to the creeks and groans of this 400 year old haunted house. Find out what revolting remedies like spiders webs and woodlice were used for. You can also let your creative imagination run wild and write your very own spells to cast, then finish off by making a witch or wizards hat for you to fly off around the garden and follow our pumpkin trail in.

Halloween Tunnel of Doom at the Bradford Ice Arena

Dare you walk the TUNNEL OF DOOM? There might be infra red cameras, monsters, spiders (well, maybe just some webs), ghouls, witches and everything else you can think of to scare you half to death!

Spooky Saturday at the Broadway, Bradford

Get creative with Halloween themed activities.  Brilliant entertainment, events and activities for everyone – plus loads of stores.  "We’re turning October into Shoptober!"

Halloween in The Wild Woods, Darley Street Bradford

Screening of the spooky Pan's Labyrinth (cert 15).  Nestle amongst the Mandrakes, prepare to be enchanted.  Fancy dress very much encouraged!

The Mummy (PG) Picturehouse at the NMM

Culture Shock: Dedicated to bringing you the best in cult and genre films. Universal Monsters: A special season celebrating the monstrous cinematic creations that haunt the vaults of Universal Pictures.

The Mummy, Karloff created another iconic monster in Imhotep, a vengeful ancient Egyptian priest who seeks to be reunited with his true love after 3,000 years. Dracula cinematographer Karl Freund directed this mysterious chiller.

Ghoulish events to sink your fangs into!