Warner Bros Studios’ blockbuster Harry Potter exhibition has undergone a spooky makeover from now until early November as its Dark Arts theme returns. Most spectacularly, the Great Hall is filled with a hundred flickering, flying jack-o’-lanterns – aka Instagram heaven. Elsewhere there’s a special limited edition passport, plus Death Eaters galore: wandering around looking menacing, but also with interesting demonstrations of everything from their wand stance, their choreography and their costumes.
Second only to Christmas as the funnest holiday of the year (although we’re fans of Bonfire Night too), Halloween has so much more going for it than trick-or-treating. Kids love dressing up, pumpkin carving and spooky outfits are practically mandatory at this time of year.
From pumpkin picking to scary movies, there are loads of wicked things to do for them this Halloween, including during the half-term holiday in the run up to All Hallows’ Eve on Tuesday October 31 2023. Happy Halloween!
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