Bored of Brexit? Here are 5 fab facts about Halloween in Norfolk 2019

News at Musker McIntyre | 08/10/2019

With so much doom and gloom and uncertainty being reported on the news recently, it’s great to have something positive to look forward to. With Halloween on the horizon, there’s some good news. There are plenty of exciting things happening close to our branches. Let’s take a look at some of the events that you might be interested in attending…




PrimEvil is an absolute must! It’s Norfolk’s biggest scare experience, it’s totally immersive, and it involves going through five frightening haunts. It runs from 11 October to 3 November and the organisers recommend that you allow 3 to 4 hours to enjoy all aspects of the event. Children are welcome, but they must be accompanied by an adult at all times.


Halloween Hoot


If you visit Hirsty’s Family Fun Park between 19 and 28 October, you’re in for a wonderful surprise! The park will be playing host to a ton of fun activities, including pumpkin carving and face painting. It’s a great opportunity to get outside for some fresh air with the kids, whilst also getting into the spirit of the season.


Halloween Days


If you have children who love crafting, then this one’s for you. Roarr! Dinosaur Adventure will be playing host to a Halloween event from 19 to 27 October. A highlight is set to be the Day of the Dead themed crafts. You can take your creations with you to decorate your home in time for the trick or treaters!

Murder Mystery Dinner

Halloween isn’t just for children. On 25 and 26 October, you can attend a murder mystery dinner at Maids Head Hotel. They say, 'Join us for our extremely popular Murder Mystery event in the UK’s oldest hotel for a tale of spooky (and dodgy) dealings that will have all the audience summoning up demons and drumming at the moon!’ Why not get a group of friends together and enjoy the spooky atmosphere? It’s sure to be an event that you’ll talk about for months to come.

Spooky Halloween Evenings


On 25 and 26 October, Bressingham Steam & Gardens will be hosting Spooky Halloween evenings. You’ll be able to hop on the Fen Railway train, which takes a trip through the haunted woods. Fancy dress is optional, but encouraged. Why not get dressed up and pull out all the stops? There’ll also be a barbecue for the whole family to enjoy!


As you can see, our corner of the world has so much to look forward to. If you’re thinking of moving to the area and you’re searching for your dream property, we can help you. Here at Musker McIntyre we have many years of experience, and we offer a highly professional service. To find out more, don’t hesitate to get in touch. We’re looking forward to taking your call and giving you the advice that you need to move forward.