The Welsh Mountain Zoo is celebrating “Halloween week” with a series of seasonal events that will be sure to make you shriek! As a part of the celebration, the Zoo has been offering free admission to every child that dresses up as a spooky character, as long as they are accompanied by an adult!

If you haven’t heard until now about the offer, then tomorrow will be your last chance to take the kids for free. This is perfect for those on half term getting into the Halloween spirit, before you go on to your Halloween parties and trick or treating. You are invited to the pumpkin carving contest that Is to be judged on Wednesday 31st October (tomorrow), so bring along your creative carvings! The winner of the pumpkin carving competition will win a family ticket to see Peter Pan, the fantastic pantomime at Venue Cymru set to wow North Wales over the Christmas period. There are also chances to win a 12 month adoption for animals of your choice, as well as cuddly Halloween owl!

Along with this fantastic activity, you can still get involved in spooky word searches, scary masks and ghostly crosswords until November 2nd. Also available is freaky face painting and ghoul games with the Heart Angels tomorrow (Halloween 31st). Still available to visit is the spooky animal sessions with the education officer, that takes place on 1st & 2nd November, as well as watching the animals feast on pumpkins.

The Welsh Mountain Zoo has established itself as one of North Wales’ finest attractions, entertaining people from across the area and further a field every single day. Kids have grown to love the Zoo, due to the huge range of fun, friendly and interesting animals that are ready to be seen, as well as the exceptional play parks and “day out facilities”. Halloween this year at the Zoo is the perfect way to spend your time, before you go on to a spooky evening with friends and family. Pop over tomorrow, or when you next can for a wonderful day out you won’t forget!

For a more detailed breakdown on times, dates, events and other info, please see the Welsh Mountain Zoo website.

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