We’ve got some spooky fun for adults as well as kids this Hallowe’en in the Tunbridge Wells region.

Officially Hallowe’en is on 31 October when the ‘after-life’ visit the living. As Hallowe’en becomes more popular, there is more variety of things to do.

Half term falls around this time of year too so many attractions offer suitable activities for children as well. Here we have 13 (unlucky for some) things to see and do over Halloween and half term.

Make it a minibreak with a difference

Whate’er you decide to do o’er Hallowe’en, we hope you enjoy yourselves and that you’ll come back and discover more things to do in Kent and the Tunbridge Wells region.

There are many self-catering, bed and breakfast, and hotel options to stay and dine in throughout the Tunbridge Wells countryside. Be assured there won’t be any nasty surprises as our guesthouses are well known to us.

Make it a weekend of frightful fun in Tunbridge Wells. Search our accommodation options right now …

…We dare you!

3 Children in Halloween costumes following a trail round Hever Castle Gardens, skeleton bones on grass


from featured listings in Things to Do.