Be a creature of the night with this ultimate guide to the perfect Lincoln Halloween
Whether you’re clubbing or couching, find spooky inspiration for Halloween weekend below!
So, you’ve ticked off the pre’s: monster mash cocktails of “whatever’s on the bottle shelf”, and the flat is set in costumed unison for a spooky sesh to remember- but where to go with so many options?
Whether Halloween is your favourite opportunity to “dress up like a total slut” and dance the night away to a D&B remix of Thriller, or you prefer to keep the celebrations low key and semi-spooky, sit down and soak up this ultimate list of unearthly events set to finesse you a deliciously wicked Halloween about Lincoln.
Pick those Pumpkins!
It’s never too late to get yourself down to the patch and grab yourself an orange orb for cooking or carving fun. If you’re in luck of a car, Doddington Hall only a short drive away, is decked out in a warm rain of pumpkins all shapes, shades and sizes and blesses its pickers with free entry!
If you’re on a pumpkin crunch this season however, or find yourself limited to your legs, Tesco’s are this season’s winner for the bulbus root vegetable- dishing out the cheapest prices for larger pumpkins at £1.75- perfect for grooving a sinister smile or a batch blitz into some comforting autumnal soup!
Popworld’s: Welcome to Hawkins Halloween:
For those with a hankering to hall ass to the Upside Down, Lincoln’s Popworld is decking out its doors on Halloween night in full 80s neon and synth heavy tunes to match. Charming you in with discounted drinks on the night of Old Hallows Eve, head on down for a whirlwind night of very strange things!
A film buff in need of come cult spooky fun? Everyman & Odeon are treating their cinephiles this Halloween with classic throwback screenings of all your favourite flicks. Hocus Pocus, Harry Potter and hoards others have been thrown into the pick-n-mix for a perfect cosy October evening thick with nostalgia.
Lincoln Ghost Walk:
Fancy being in your own episode of Most Haunted? Take a turn around Lincoln Cathedral quarter in a newly haunting lens with Lincoln’s long-standing Ghost Walk Tours. Led by experienced guides ushering you around the Castle Square with tales of the dead to chill your bones, special Halloween walks are taking place until Monday 31st With tickets pricing only six pounds with no need to book ahead, it’s cheaper than a seat to the next average horror, and much more eerie…
The Hell House of Home:
Three tiers of demonic dance tracks across sic gorified floors, Home has you sorted for a horrific Halloween packed with spider dens & graveyards! Taking over the weekend with 4D frightening experiences along with your favourite drinks, you can’t really go wrong here.