There’s something kinda spooky happening in Weymouth this Halloween…

From pirate treasure trails, haunted tours, spooky golf, to devilishly good dining, here’s your handy guide to a hauntingly good Halloween.

Vampirate Treasure Hunt, Weymouth Town Centre
One for all you swashbucklers out there! Find the stickers hidden in shop windows around town from 26th-31st October to be in with a chance of winning some great prizes.
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Halloween Family Fun, Nothe Fort
From 21st – 31st Oct, the Nothe Fort will be opening their doors to bring you a host of spooky family entertainment including magic shows and bingo.
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Survival Zone, Nothe Fort
Prepare for a truly terrifying experience as you try to escape the horrors invading the Nothe Fort. Not for the faint hearted!
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Pirate Adventure Mini Golf Lates, Lodmoor Country Park
Watch out for the legendary Harry Paye and other ghostly crew in this special evening opening of the Pirate Adventure Golf.  Slots are from 6.30pm – 8.30pm from 17th -31st Oct.
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Magic at Moon’s, Nanna Moon’s Café Bar
Nanna Moon’s are cooking up all kinds of magical treats this October including pumpkin pasties, philosophers’ scones and even chocolate frogs!
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Ascarium, SEA LIFE Weymouth
SEA LIFE Weymouth takes on a whole new look this Halloween, follow the spooky trail to help the Sea Witch solve the riddle to get your treat!
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Magick Technologies, Bowleaze Cove
Looking for something a bit different this Halloween? Magick Technologies are a developing technology company in Weymouth offering a host of virtual reality experiences including some very scary looking Halloween ones!
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Spooky Cocktail Masterclass, The Slug & Lettuce
Enjoy a creepy cocktail or a spooky shot this Halloween at the Slug & Lettuce, Weymouth.
Cocktail making kit available for £10 per person, book before 21st October.
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Kids Halloween Party, Hardy’s Hophouse
Spooky fun for little ones including pumpkin decorating, musical zombies, dangling donuts and more! Tickets are limited due to social distancing rules and must be booked in advance. Visit:

Don’t forget your pumpkin!

Although you’ll see pumpkins appearing on many supermarket shelves this time of year, there are a few farms in Dorset offering a ‘pick your own’ service. Please make sure to visit the website to check times and availability.

Dorset Country Pumpkins
Longclose Farm, Blandford Forum DT11 0BU

Lectunbury Farm
Soldiers Road, Norden, Corfe Castle, Wareham, Dorset BH20 5DU

Cat & Fiddle Farm
Lyndhurst Road, Hinton, Christchurch, Dorset BH23 7DS