Weird and wonderful characters will be lurking in Preston Park Museum and Grounds this Halloween.
Anyone who is brave enough is invited to this year’s Halloween Spooky Walk through the woods and grounds to decode the mystery surrounding one of the North East’s most mysterious legends – The Vampire Rabbit.
Tickets are limited and must be bought in advance from the Rediscover Stockton Shop on Stockton High Street or Preston Park Museum and Grounds.
Stockton-on-Tees Borough Council’s Cabinet Member for Arts, Leisure and Culture, Councillor Norma Wilburn, said: “The Spooky Walk is always hugely popular and this year’s event will be no exception - if you would like to take part make sure you book your tickets well in advance.
“Not for the faint hearted, there will be ghostly goings on at every turn and the creepy experience will give you a Halloween never to forget!”
Tickets cost £4.50 per person and under 5’s go free but still need a ticket. The walks will take place at 6pm and 7pm and there are a small number of tickets left for the special walk for under 5’s which will run from 4.30pm-5.30pm.
Access to Preston Park is only available via the special Park & Ride ‘Ghost Coaches’ which are included with the event ticket.
Pick up points for the ‘Ghost Coaches’ are Tesco car park in Ingleby Barwick, outside the Swallow Hotel on Stockton High Street and outside Yarm Town Hall.
For more information visit www.stockton.gov.uk/events