Yorkshire Wildlife Park Is Hosting A ‘Creepy Carnival’ For Halloween Next Month

Autumn is upon us, and with it comes beautiful displays of colour and spooky goings-on. Yorkshire Wildlife is giving you both! The countries greatest wildlife park is getting in the spirit of Halloween with all kinds of weird and wonderful activities for families to enjoy. Yorkshire Wildlife Park Halloween 2021 sounds like it will be a fun-filled and spooktacular experience.

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The Creepy Carnival is set to take over the Yorkshire Wildlife Park, which will include coconut shy, hoopla stalls, walking dead entertainers and more fun-filled family-friendly Halloween events that you won’t want to miss.

Yorkshire Wildlife Park Halloween 2021
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The Halloween fair will take place from Saturday 23rd October to Monday 25th October 2021. There will be a celebration of ‘Dia de Muertos’ – or Day of the Dead!

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The Halloween event will include live shows and performances to get you up and having fun. Kids can get their faces painted as their favourite spooky critters and enjoy a range of workshops that the park will be putting on and much, much more.

Yorkshire Wildlife Park Halloween 2021
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The special event and activities will be included in the general admission day price, which means you can enjoy exploring the wildlife park and all of its amazing animals and creatures from around the world, as well as celebrating Halloween.

This means you can have all the fun of the carnival on top of exploring the entire 100-acre park and our unique collection of more than 400 animals, across 70 species, including some of the most at-risk and beautiful from around the world. If you’d like to find out more visit the website here.

Launching again this Christmas is the Yorkshire Wildlife Park’s Winter Illuminations on a currently unknown date, guests will be invited to adventure through a trail of stunning giant lanterns, including a number of beautiful, glowing wildlife-shaped sculptures, all tucked away within the trail providing a festive feel to the popular park.

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