The best places to go for Halloween in Bristol in 2021

By Liam Buckler

After many Halloween events had to be cancelled last year due to Covid restrictions, nightclubs are back open along with plenty of spooky family friendly events.

From a family pumpkin patch, where there is something for everyone, to Halloween themed nightclubs reopening their doors in Bristol, your age group is sure to be covered.

With lots of events being Covid compliant, plenty of safe activities will be going ahead as families and friends look to celebrate the spooky festival.

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And with events selling tickets early this year, we've complied a helpful list of activities of just some of the main attractions happening this Halloween.

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The Haunted Hotel at Arnos Manor Hotel

If you love a spooky murder mystery, then you’ll love the Haunted Hotel at Arnos Manor this Halloween.

Gather your friends and family for a murder mystery where Madame Mothley connects with lost souls at the hotel.

Is your co-worker to blame, is it the downtrodden assistant, the greedy investor, or even Madame Mothley?

Your detective skills are required to interrogate suspects, pick up clues and try to avoid any red herrings along the way and help can catch the killer.

When? 11 September - 12 September, 17 September, 25-26 September, October 8-10, 29-31 October, 12 -14 November, 26 November, 28 November.

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Pumpkin Patch Nights at Avon Valley Adventure & Wildlife Park

The Pumpkin Patch nights are back this year after last year’s sell out event at Avon Valley.

A festival vibe for all the family, there will be pumpkin picking, a pop up bar, fire-pits, street food, performers, along with fantastic entertainment.

You can watch the sun go down as the patch lights up and start to get into the spooky mood.

This outdoor event will be one not to miss.

When? 8 October - 27 October

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Farrington's Pumpkin Festival

If you want to pick your own pumpkin this Halloween, then grab your wheelbarrow and get ready to explore their 12-acre pumpkin patch.

They have grown around 100,000 pumpkins this year, which is more than ever before, with lots of different varieties of pumpkins, including your classic orange pumpkins, white pumpkins and loads more.

When? 2 October - 31 October

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Apex Halloween: Nastia & Jay Lumen @ HighRise Hub

A Halloween day party is selling fast as techno heavyweights Nastia and Jay Lumen are coming to Bristol.

From 2pm-11pm HighRise Hub will be featuring a host of different techno acts in this Halloween day party which is set to be popular.

When? 31 October

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Eskimo Dance Halloween at the 02 Academy in Bristol

Eskimo Dance returns to Bristol on Halloween for the first time in two years.

With drum and bass, grime, hip hop, rap, and UK garage there is guaranteed something for everyone in this dance event.

When? Saturday 30th October

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Folamour's Fright Night

A one-off immersive Halloween experience is coming to Lakota as Folamour returns to headline a spooky evening of disco and house.

If you fancy losing yourself to some of the finest disco and house in the shadowy dungeon of disco then this Halloween boogie is for you.

When? Friday, 29 October

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