8 October 2017

Halloween Events for Kids in Fife


It's finally October and that can only mean one thing! Halloween is almost upon us. The nights are getting darker and chiller and we'll soon be dressing up our kids to take them trick or treating. That's all fabulous but sometimes I like to take the kids to other events to help celebrate Halloween. In that case I've compiled a list for you lovely lot on Halloween events for the kids in Fife and the surrounding areas.

I hope you enjoy and if I've missed an event out which you think would suit then please do get in touch and let me know. I'll add it in below :)


Cairnie Fruit Farm - Cupar
Pick Your Own home-grown pumpkins. Cairnie have many different varieties for you to choose from and this is a great activity for the kids to get involved with before the actual carving or painting of their very own pumpkin.
31st October - 2nd November: Spooky Torchlight Maze Nights recommend for children aged 8yrs+ as it's not for the feint hearted. Runs from 7pm to 9.30pm and it's £8.75 per person and be very prepared to be scared!

Bongos Soft Play - Glenrothes
Friday 1st November 3.45pm-6pm: Bongos are hosting their very own Halloween Party! Go dressed in your best Halloween costume as their a prize up for grabs for best dressed boy and girl. The party will be jam packed with lots of exciting activities from terrifying times, ghouling games to some deathly dancing.

STYX - Kirkcaldy
Saturday 2nd November 5pm - 7pm: Haud yer Wheesht! are so excited to be hosting another wonderful event at Styx Kirkcaldy! They're back with a Family Fancy Dress Halloween Party on Saturday the 2nd of November! They will be in the mix from 5.00pm till 7.00pm with 3 channels full of family friendly tunes that everyone will love. Tickets cost £4 on the door or £4 + booking fee online to secure your space. On the night a £5 cash security deposit is also required for each headset. This is refunded when headsets are returned.

RSPB Loch Leven - Kinross
14th - 31st October 10am to 4pm: Drop in anytime between 10am - 4pm for a spooky Halloween hunt. Pick up your treasure sheet at the visitor centre and see how many objects you can find! Expect nature wonders, spooky stuff, and of course, the odd trick. Suitable for children of all ages, no booking required. £2 per sheet.

The Den at Culross - Dunfermline
26th & 27th October with varying time slots: Pick your own Pumpkin at The Den at Culross. You pay £5 for your car to get into the car park and this turns into a voucher which can be exchanged against the value of one pumpkin on the day. Pumpkins are priced according to weight and range from £5 to £10. Only 1 ticket per car is required but you can purchase as many pumpkins as you like once you arrive into the patch. There's 3 sessions each day in order to manage the number of cars in the car park at any one time so be sure to book your spot online. Make sure and print your ticket to take with you as well or use the Eventbrite app. In addition to the pumpkin patch there will be lots of autumn activities for a family day out! Loos and Refreshments available!

Autism Rocks Fife - Buckhaven
Every year Autism Rocks Fife have a lovely Halloween party for kids so if you have a child in your life affected by Autism then why not take them along to enjoy some Halloween fun. There'll be loads of different activities and games but it's in a safe and secure environment so everyone can have fun. There's so need to book and it's totally free. Remember to dress up!

Hill of Tarvit Mansion & Garden - Cupar
26th October 6.15pm: Meet the roaming spirits of Hill of Tarvit who only show themselves at Halloween. Make sure you’re prepared for any scary encounters and bring a lantern to help fend off the ghostly characters from the past. This event lasts around 1 hour and although it's appropriate for children, it will still be scary (just not terrifying, traumatising or inappropriate). Recommended age: 10–16 and tickets cost £14 each.

The Ecology Centre - Kinghorn
27th October 10am - 3pm: The Ecology Centre's pumpkin patch in their Community Garden is bursting with pumpkins and they're ready to be pulled, carved and transformed into fabulous lanterns for Halloween.  Book your slot to come and pick a pumpkin, carve it, decorate it and enjoy a juice and a cake for £5.00! Local photographer Warren Fyffe will be joining the team too - he will be on site throughout the day offering mini halloween inspired photoshoots with you and your little ones. A great gift idea for a family member or loved one! £20.00 per session. The Centre's pop up cafe will be open for tea, coffee, soup and homemade toasties!

Craigtoun Park - St Adnrews
26th October 4.30pm - 8.00pm: Halloween Event. Join Craigtoun Park for a fun-filled evening of Halloween high jinks. Ticket price of £8.00 each (under 3s free) includes a ghostly tractor ride through the park plus. There's be a fancy dress parade, lantern competition, spooky stories and terrifying tales, dinner with the dead plus kids disco and games. To book your ticket, please call the Ticket Office on 01334 472013.

Falkland Palace - Falkland
27th October 12pm - 4pm (time slots every hour for entry only): Get set for a day of family fun with the Creepy Crawl taking place at Falkland Palace. Put on your bravest face as you follow the spooky trails, solve the puzzles and try out the terrifying tasks including Apple Dooking, Grave Grabbing and the Enormous Neep Heap before you ‘guise’ to claim your prize! There’ll also be other spooky activities to keep your little ghouls and ghosties entertained, including storytelling, art & crafts and apple pressing! The event will run from 12:00-16:00 (time slots are for entry only – you will be free to spend as long as you like in the gardens). Entry costs £5 per child and £6.50 per adult. If you are a member the adult goes free and so do concessions otherwise normal concessions are £5.


5 comments on "Halloween Events for Kids in Fife"

Susan Mann on 12 October 2017 at 23:05 said...

These sound fab. The pumpkin patch I must try out x

Kirsty McManus on 20 October 2017 at 22:53 said...

Such a great list here - Fife isn't too far from us so I'll have to give some a go!

The Darling Diaries on 20 October 2017 at 23:07 said...

Wow! That is so many options! Lucky kids! I love the sound of the Family Supper.

Tinyfootsteps Blog on 21 October 2017 at 21:30 said...

Pumpkin patch visits are our fave halloween tradition but some of these events sound such good fun. Spoilt for choice if you live in Fife. :)

Jenna at http://www.tinyfootsteps.co.uk/ xx

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