Halloween in Weymouth
Spooky events for all the family in autumn half term
23 October - Family fun day at Nothe Fort
This event is not too scary, but there will be ghost hunts and stories with Wanda Witchway who will be flying in to perform her special Spookyloopy Magic Show where there’ll be lots of Halloween tricks and treats and silly scary fun for boils and ghouls of all ages. You might even get to become a witch’s apprentice too!’
Also Halloween children’s crafts, ghost walks, fancy dress competition, spell writing and face painting. The Fort View Café will be open for some spooky treats and of course, there are all the underground passages to explore.
26-27 October - Nothe of the Living Dead
Set in one of the UK’s most haunted attractions, Weymouth's Nothe Fort will become an immersive zombie experience that sees survivors of the new apocalypse battling their way through a web of tunnels infested with flesh-devouring zombies. Minimum age 16, under 18s must be accompanied by an adult.
Deeper Underground - paranormal tours
Spooky Goings on at Nothe Fort if you dare?
Tours of the Nothe Fort's tunnels and a Q&A session with a local paranormal expert. Adults-only.
Halloween Rocks at the Pavilion
This is one Halloween party you cannot afford to miss!
A heart-stopping mix of some of the greatest rock and pop anthems ever performed by a cast of leading performers.
Halloween Rocks is a truly unique theatrical event featuring bespoke costumes, special effects and incredible makeup.
Halloween half term fairground
A range of fairground attractions and rides suitable for all ages. Down at the Pavilion Forecourt 20-27 October.