Whether it’s the annual night out, or the seasonal scare that you crave, Liverpool is certainly the place to boo. For our recommendations of what is going on in the city and how to keep it within the community this Halloween, keep reading…
Did you know that there is a year-round haunted house scare attraction here in Liverpool? Ghoulies Haunted House on Dale Street is creepin’ it real for horror fanatics, where you can experience state-of-the-art horror entertainment and get grabbed by the Ghoulies! See their schedule of events here.
If you have yet to visit the Grand Central Food Bazaar located on Renshaw Street, the quirky building houses an array of unique street-food traders and pop-ups well worth a visit, especially for their ‘Halloween Bazaar’ this Saturday the 27th October. The gothic building will be host to Halloween food specials and DJ’s in order to get the party startled!
Dive deep into the world of pumpkin spiced everything with the help of Natalie at The Nakery. These refined sugar free and vegan desserts will leave you feeling satisfied yet almost guilt free!
A local pottery painting workshop on the Wirral, where you can paint small all sorts of spooky pieces that will last a lot longer than your average pumpkin, an activity that is sure to get the creative juices flowing on a rainy day!
Pick your own pumpkin is in full swing at Claremont Farm on the Wirral, where you can have hours of fun picking and carving your own pumpkins. Be sure to check here for times and dates before making plans.
Pay a visit to this quirky coffee shop on Exchange Street East for lots and lots of Halloween cake made by the fabulous Three Graces Bakeshop.
Save yourself the disappointment of the annual Halloween makeover and pay a visit to the girls at So Co Co Rouge, who have been transforming the faces of Liverpool for nearly eight years.
Stock up on organic trick or treat goodies, pumpkins for carving and gorgeous locally crafted Halloween greetings cards by Sean Webster Illustrations at Purple Carrot on Smithdown Rd.