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Family fun at the Witch’s House



There's witchery afoot this autumn as we transform the Manor House and grounds into The Witch's House for a Halloween-themed October half-term. It promises to be great fun for all the family as you wander through spooky rooms and complete a series of tasks. With spooktacular lighting and sound effect wizardry and an array of potions, bats, spiders and a cauldron on the fire, you won’t believe your eyes or ears.

Your ticket to The Witch's House includes all day entry to Cogges, so here's some inspiration on what to do with the rest of your time at Cogges:

  • Enjoy the autumnal scenery and pumpkin trail around the grounds
  • See and smell the herbs and plants that concoct happy spells and potions and enjoy your own witch’s brew in the Cogges Kitchen Café with a tasty Halloween-themed treat
  • Say hello to the chickens, goats, ducks, ponies and sheep – if you’re lucky, you might even spot the witch’s familiars, the elusive farm cats!
  • Head over to the Woodland adventure playground where the kids can enjoy the castle fort and zip wire (weather permitting)

The Witch’s House is open from Friday 21st October - Monday 31st October. First entry 10am, last entry 3.50pm. Book your tickets online in advance to avoid disappointment. Each time slot allows up to 12 people to enter the house at a time and your ticket includes entry to the farm for the day. Family ticket is for 2 adults and up to 3 children.

Cogges will be running a photo *competition too – whilst exploring the Witch’s House, share your favourite spooky photo on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter and tag with #CoggesWitch.

*Terms: Photo entries to be made by UK residents aged 18+ only. Competition closes midnight 1st November 2022. Prize draw with one winner will be selected and contacted directly. The prize is a £40 voucher to spend towards a Cogges Christmas tree.


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