The Halloween Trail

22/10/2021

Dress in your spookiest outfit and join us for a fun family Halloween trail through the enchanting Castle grounds.


The grounds of Floors Castle will be opening for a special spooky event this October.

Gather your little monsters for ghoulishly great family fun and frights on our Halloween Pumpkin Trail through the enchanting Castle grounds.

Our Spooktacular event will be taking place everyday on and between these dates:
Friday 22nd- Sunday 31st of October

10am – 4pm each day (last entry 3pm).

£8 per child, adults and under 1’s go free.

ALL ENTRY to this event will be through our main Golden Gates entrance at the top of Roxburgh Street, tickets will be available from the Golden Gates payhut and via our online shop, where you will receive your Halloween Trail map, you will then proceed to our event carpark where there will the start of the trail will be clearly signposted. **Access to the Walled Garden and Children’s Play Park is included with your Halloween Trail ticket.

Dogs are welcome on the trail, throughout our Walled Garden and outside our cafes but they must be kept on a lead.

Our Courtyard & Terrace Cafés will both be open for lunches and snacks throughout the duration of the Halloween Trail.
The Apple Shed Giftshop & Deli will also be open and is bursting with wonderful gifts, homeware, children’s books, Halloween goodies and delicious Estate produce for you to take home. A must visit!

Grab your broomsticks for a bone-chilling Halloween Trail that is sure to get all the family into the spirit of the season.

This is an outdoor trail, around the tracks and woodlands of the grounds of Floors Castle, so please wear suitable clothes and shoes. The trail is 1.5 miles long and is suitable for good off-roading buggies.

Don’t forget your pencil so you can write the letters down that are carved on the pumpkins throughout the trail, to solve the two secret words.

*** Annual Passes do not cover this event, Annual Pass holders will have to purchase tickets for this event.

Scotland’s Largest Inhabited Castle