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Things to do for Halloween in St Andrews

It’s spooky season! With an array of Halloween parties and events taking place in and around St Andrews, there is plenty to entertain children and adults of all ages.  

Craigtoun Park Halloween Event

Located just 2 miles outside the centre of St Andrews, Craigtoun Country Park is set over 47 acres. Their special Halloween Party takes place on 28th October, between 4:30pm and 8pm. Tickets include access to; Ghostly ride on Puffin’ Billy; Kids’ Disco and party games; Fancy dress & Pumpkin carving competitions; Spooky stories & terrifying tales; Halloween letter trail & bouncy castle; and endless Halloween games!

What’s On | Craigtoun Country Park (friendsofcraigtoun.org.uk)

Cairnie Fruit Farm

Cairnie Farm’s famous mega maze is back for another year! Around a 15 minute drive from St Andrews, Cairnie Fruit Farm is a popular place for family days out, where you can enjoy picking your own fruit and at this time of year, pumpkins. Their famous pumpkin patch is open throughout October and tickets are available to purchase a slot, via the link below.

The 6 acre maze with a labyrinth of paths, you enter as darkness falls, with only your head torch guiding the way, watching out for surprises lurking around every corner.

Recommended for over 8s, as it is really quite scary!

Taking place 29th, 30th and 31st October. Tickets £9.75 per person

https://www.cairniefruitfarm.co.uk/pumpkins

Stewarts Resort

With a pumpkin patch, Halloween treats, face painting and pumpkin hunts, the Stewarts Resort are hosting their Halloween event on the 28th October. Tickets do not need to be purchased in advance.

Family Halloween at The Godfather Restaurant, St Andrews | What’s On Fife (whatsonfife.co.uk)

St Andrews Walking Tour – The Dark Side

A special event with limited availability and back for its third year by popular demand, come along to uncover St Andrews’ darkest skeletons on this 1.5 hour tour. From wild rabbits taking over The Old Course, to a mysterious poisonous sausage massacre, are you ready to delve in?

Taking place 30th and 31st October, from 7pm.

£15pp

St Andrews Dark Side Tour (walkingtoursin.com)

Scottish Deer Centre Fright Night

Head along to the Scottish Deer Centre in Cupar for the ultimate Halloween experience – a ‘fright night’ filled with spooky games, animals, and toffee apple making. Tickets can be purchased upon entry.

Taking place on 27th and 28th October, from 6pm – 8:30pm

The Scottish Deer Centre – For those with a wild side!

Need a place to stay for Halloween weekend? We have a huge selection of homes just a short distance to all the wonderful events taking place this spooky-season. Browse our accommodation below to book your Halloween retreat by clicking here

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