Win National Trust family passes for Halloween

Amy Hopkins
21st September 2015

Gruesome tales and spooky trails

Be brave this Halloween and explore the spooky tales and spine-tingling trails that the National Trust are putting on at their spooktacular locations up and down the country this Halloween.

From story-telling in the woods after dark and seriously spooky ghost tours, to much less scary candle-lit dinners and pumpkin games, the National Trust is serving up Halloween treats to suit every kind of family.

Wherever you are in the country, you’ll find a Halloween event on your doorstep, from broomsticks lessons at Speke Hall in Liverpool to eerie night walks along the shore at Dorset’s Studland Beach. Plus, every time you and your family visit a National Trust property, you are helping the charity to take care of very special places.


An ominous sky over Nunnington Hall, where kids can join in a Halloween parade. Image by Robert Morris

The prize

10 lucky families will win family day passes to visit a spooky National Trust location of their choice.

Simply answer the question below for a frightful, free day out!

Competition closes 11:59pm on Monday 12 October


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