Spooktacular Halloween Activity Week at Birdworld
This Halloween half-term, Birdworld , is creaking open the doors of its Spooktacular Halloween Grotto to give visitors a fun-filled week of tricks and treats.
Between Saturday 21st to Sunday 29th October, visitors can walk through the creepy corridors of the park’s unique Halloween Grotto to see a spectacle of spooks and a coven of very wicked witches. Plenty of fun with a little bit of fright and all included in the price of a general entry ticket.
Families will also be able to enjoy a creepy array of activities between Monday 23rd – Friday 27th October (11am -4pm), where the park will offer the chance to join ‘Birdworld Magic School’. Would-be students will be given the chance to make some boo-tiful arts and crafts, watch mystical magic tricks, have some fearsome face painting (additional charges apply) and of course step-aboard the special Halloween Train Ride to learn about some of the gruesome habits of the park’s larger birds.
Around the 26-acre park, there will also be a Birdworld Magic School trail with some very important tasks for wannabe witches and wizards including, searching for the missing words of a spell, finding out their magical name and looking high and low for potion ingredients. Completed trails will be entered into a daily prize draw to win a ticket to another attraction!
To join in the fun with the rest of the Birdworld Team, visitors are invited to wear their most fearful fancy dress costumes and prizes will be given for the best outfits!
Mark Anderson, General Park Manager at Birdworld, said: “We’re planning a nail-biting week for our visitors this Halloween to really show them a different side to Birdworld life, with experiences they won’t forget. Regular feeding sessions and displays hosted by the keepers will run as usual throughout the week and if they haven’t already, visitors will be able to explore our brand-new exhibit, the Terry Pratchett Owl Parliament and learn fascinating facts and folk law from around the world about this mysterious bird of prey.”