Last night we headed to St Fagans for some spooky fun! Halloween Nights at St Fagans have become a popular way to celebrate Halloween, and let me tell you why…
Review: Halloween Nights at St Fagans
Halloween Nights at St Fagans are always a joy to attend. There’s a tonne of activities and lots of spooky stuff to get stuck into, check them out below…
There are many crafts on offer during Halloween Nights. You can get all magical and make a wicker wand, or you can create a lantern ready for the parade at the end of the night. We managed to make a lantern to help guide us through the darkness…
You can sit and listen to spooky stories (there’s an area for adults and one for families). We didn’t have chance to catch one because the queue was pretty big, so get in there early!
Fun at the Funfair
Have a go at winning a coconut (Warren did!), grab some candyfloss or have a go a hook-a-skull! The funfair has lots to offer and you can’t not visit the little penny arcade – it’s super cute and really nostalgic.
This year you can pick up a little trail sheet and hunt for the spooks around St Fagans. We had a lovely chat with a witch called Mary, who asked George to bring her blood! She was fantastic and a true testament to the staff at St Fagans!
There is a lovely market stall where you will find lots of lovely treats. George had a go at making a spinning top and it was a fantastic process to see! There were also handmade beauty products on offer as well as lots of other things suitable for Christmas.
Listen to fantastic live music and catch fire jugglers form NoFitState Circus – this is entertainment not to be missed!
Watch the Wicker Man burn!
At the end of the night you can partake in some wild screaming and howling, followed by the burning of the Wicker Man. George and Molly loved this part, and it was fantastic to hear the history of the Wicker Man and then see him all lit up in flames. Check out my live Facebook video to see this in action!
If you’d like to see how our night went then check out the video below…
We had an amazing night and if you’re going be sure to wrap up warm and take a torch…