Halloween Fun at the Coffin Works

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Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th October, 12-3pm.

Come to the Coffin Works Museum for extra spooky, spectacular Halloween fun! With free entry for children in costume (must be accompanied by a paying adult) we have a weekend packed with ghostly goings-on.

Where better to spend Halloween than Birmingham’s Coffin Works Museum! This old Victorian factory packed with coffin fittings, and a few coffins, will be all decked out to celebrate the spooky season in style.

We have an extra-special Halloween Weekend extravaganza running on the 29th and 30th October. Look out for our resident witch, Seraphina, who will be showing willing children (and adults!) how to brew a special potion! Perhaps you would like to fly, or turn someone into a frog? Well, this is the sorcery class for you. Watch lotions and potions change colour and magically shimmer right in front of your eyes!

As an added bonus, we have specialist Media Makeup Students from University College Birmingham visiting, who’ll be on hand to face-paint, or perhaps you need a gruesome wound to complete your costume? Perfect to get ready for a spot of trick and treating in the evening, so take advantage of their talents!

Our courtyard will be decked out with pumpkins-a-plenty, and even a coffin to give your Instagram photos and extra creepy bit of character!

Ever dreamt of being a ghost buster? Cheeky ghoul’s have taken over the factory and our ghost-busting visitors are needed to hunt them down for us. You will save our factory from this Halloween haunting and restore order for all, well for this year at least.

So, plenty to keep the whole family entertained over the weekend.

With lots of fun photo opportunities to get yourself in the mood for some trick or treating.

All these activities are included in the normal entry price of the museum so hurry and book your tickets below:

2 Responses to Halloween Fun at the Coffin Works

  1. Hannah says:

    Hi how much would it be for a family of 4? 2 children under 5 and 2 parents? For this Sunday

    • Karen Cameron says:

      This reply is a bit late, but adult entry is £8.50 per person, children under 5 get in free. That would be the cheaper option as a family ticket with 2 adults would cost more.

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