What to do this Half Term in North Wales!!

 Autumn is upon us and everyone is looking forward to Halloween, with fancy dress costumes and pumpkin carving at the forefront of everyone’s mind! However half term is finally here and many families are wandering what to do for entertainment now that our beautiful summer has finally come to an end! As well as being known for its stunning coastline and beaches, North Wales also has a wide range of tourist attractions to suit all groups and ages. Lyons Holiday Parks are situated throughout North Wales, each with a number of incredible attractions that will entertain both you and your little one’s this half term. From fabulous walks, historic castles, buildings and gardens, market towns, canals, country parks, high ropes, karting and climbing you will not get bored. North Wales Leading tourist attractions to visit this half term:

  • Seaquarium
  • Conwy Castle
  • Welsh Mountain Zoo
  • Redline Indoor Karting
  • Pen y Ffrith Bird Garden
  • Deeside Ice Rink
  • Tree Top Adventure, Snowdonia
  • 
Ruthin Crafts Centre
  • Anglesey Sea Zoo
  • Beacon Climbing Centre
  • Llandudno Museum
  • Conwy Water Gardens
  • Greenwood Forest Park
  • 
Piggery Potter
  • 
Llandudno Ski and Snowboard Centre

If you are looking for something exhilarating to do this Halloween then North Wales is the place to be!! Lyons Robin Hood ‘Clinic’ Scare Maze The Clinic is not for the faint hearted…this scare maze will have you quaking in your boots. Home to Dr J Vannacutt and his assistants who spent years performing grotesque experiments and mutations on any patient that came to the hospital. In 1931 several patients managed to escape their cells and kill the doctor and his staff and set fire to the hospital! Decades later during renovation of the hospital, several unexplained deaths resulted in the reconstruction being abandoned. Now for the first time in 50 years the doors have been opened…Are you brave enough to venture Vannacutt’s Clinic??   Twilight Ghost Tours at Penrhyn Castle Are you brave enough to venture on this unique ghost journey inside Victorian castle after dark? The governess and housekeeper return to welcome you and show you a Penrhyn Castle riddled with dark secrets. Delivered by professional performers this tour is a perfect blend of history, humour and scares. Haunted Halloween Spooktacular at Hickorys Wrap up warm and take the creepy trail; play for spooky prizes; dare to watch our classic family horror films; face painting to scare the ghosts and ghouls; super scary cinema room for the grown-ups. There will also be prizes for the best dressed and a pumpkin competition taking place at 6.30. Be there if you dare! Ghost Walks at Bodelwyddan Castle Join Bodelwyddan Castle Paranormal on a ghost tour around the haunted Castle. You will learn of the Castle’s history and its past inhabitants, as well as hearing genuine accounts of paranormal experiences. For Children Halloween Spooktacular at Greenwood Forrest Park Creepy crafts – make a lantern, witches pet, ghost and Harry Potter broomstick; freaky face painting; join the ghostly trail; Ricardo’s Halloween show (31st); chamber of lights (30th-1st). Boo at the Zoo at Anglesey Sea Zoo Come face to face with Little Red Riding Hood, Rumpelstiltskin and other fairy tale characters… But beware, they may not be what you expect! Kid’s Halloween Party at Bodnant Welsh Food.This half-term, join Harley the Clown, in the witch’s Tea Room for a night of spooky fun! The evening will include: Halloween show and disco; Halloween games; a fancy dress competition Plus a free meal and drink for kids; there’ll be ghoulish light-bites and meals available for parents throughout the evening.

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