Banish boredom this half term with Black Country Unliving Museum ’s Horrible Black Country Histories. From spooky vintage cartoons to revolting trails, horrible half-termers will be both disgusted and delighted – and they might even learn a thing or two!
Follow the revolting route around the Museum village in groups on the hunt for all things gruesome, discovering putrid props, scary spiders, repulsive rats and a hidden mystery surprise! Enter into hovels, privvys and more and find out about the medicinal leeches, demon beetles and night soil men that haunt the Black Country ’s past.
Crafty Devils will appreciate the creative activities on offer – pop into the Victorian school and make a bang with some firework art or create your very finger puppets. Finish the day off in the Limelight Cinema where family friendly ‘Spooky’ cartoons will be playing.
Looking for an explosive Halloween Night? Black Country Living Museum will come to life as little ghosts and goblins trick or treat in the village, encountering everything from a creepy crawly show to fire-breathing circus performers, living statues, birds of prey and more!
Halloween Nights take place Fri 31 Oct and Sat 1 Nov. Full priced tickets are £15.95 (adult), £12.75 (concession), £7.95 (young person) and £7.95 (carer).
October Half-Term ‘Horrible Black Country Histories’ take place Sat 25 Oct – Sun 02 Nov. Normal admission prices apply. Save 10% when you book online at BCLM.com!
Visit www.bclm.com/events for more info.