Frightfully Fantastic Halloween Fireworks at Blenheim Palace

Blenheim Palace will be hosting a spooktacular fireworks display on Saturday, 3rd November as part of its brand new Halloween celebrations.

In addition to the pyrotechnics, which will illuminate the Great Court alongside frightful light projections, the eerie evening will include plenty of thrills and chills with loads of terribly exciting paranormal activities.

Watch a witch take to the sky on a broomstick as she ‘flies’ across a trapeze, discover a levitating gargoyle human statue lurking amongst the crowd and be wowed by terribly tall Halloween Stilt Walkers featuring skeletons, zombies and even the Grim Reaper himself!

There will be gliding ghosts, weeping angels moving mysteriously around the Courtyard and a scary skeleton cycling on a penny-farthing.

Indulge in a wickedly delicious food from hot-dogs and waffles to seasonal treats.

This year Blenheim Palace is pleased to be supporting Oxfam during this event and will be donating £2 per ticket and all the proceeds from the parking to Oxfam’s vital work fighting poverty around the world.

WHAT: Frightfully Fantastic Fireworks for Halloween at Blenheim Palace

WHEN: 3rd November, 2018

WHY VISIT: Discover a spooktacular day out at Blenheim palace with plenty of ghoulishly interactive fun for all the family.

ADMISSION: Advance tickets: Adult £12.00, Child £8.00, Concession £10.00, Family £32.00*

WEBSITE:  blenheimpalace.com

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