What’s on in Glasgow this Halloween!

The witching hour is most definitely upon us once more this Halloween! We’ve put together our pick of the best Halloween events in Glasgow!

Quarantine – Kelburn Country Estate

Step into the terrifying twisted world of Kelburn’s Haunted Forest! It’s up to you to battle the infected undead and save humanity!

Ticketed event – £13.85.  This event runs until November 4th.

Find out more and book. 

Castlemilk Pumpkin Festival

Spooky Stables Cinema
Monday 28th 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Watch a spooky movie in the darkness of Castlemilk Stables Garden! The perfect opportunity to cosy up with your favourite blanket, woolly hat, and hot drinks.

Story Telling
Tuesday 29th October
Popular Halloween-themed stories for preschool children.

The Illumination
Tuesday 29th October
See all our amazing community carved pumpkins lit for the first time in this ever-popular atmospheric display!

Spooky Walk
Wednesday evening, 30th October
Discover a spookier side of the woods – this year will be full of scary surprises, who knows what you will come across….

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The Mousetrap

Theatre Royal Glasgow, 28th October to 2nd November.

Discover why Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap has kept people guessing for so long, becoming the longest running show of any kind in the history of theatre.

Book your tickets. 

Glasgow – The Dark Side

Discover the Dark Side of Glasgow with this 1.5 hour walking tour of the unknown side to Glasgow, its history and people. From tales of the notorious inmates at the infamous Duke Street Prison to Glasgow’s foundations as a city built on the back of slavery. Walk in the footsteps of history.

This event takes place from the 30th October to 2nd November.

Find out more and book tickets. 

The Haunted Castle

On this terrifying after dark tour, who knows what spirits and spectres await? Avoid a creeping creature and meet the unhinged ghosts of his previous victims. See if you have the cunning and bravery to survive being hunted by the beast known as ‘Rebreather’.

Tickets £18. Tickets are nearly sold out – so hurry!