Moony, Wormtail, Padfoot and Prongs are proud to invite mischief-makers of all ages to an afternoon of fiendish fun at Tregenna Castle Resort this Halloween.
From one castle to another, Tregenna Castle will cast a transfiguration spell even Professor McGonagall would be proud of as it transforms into Hogwarts for a cauldron-full of spellbinding activities on Friday, 30th October.
Young witches and wizards, dressed in their best robes, can have a magical experience of their own as they play an exciting game of Quidditch, design their very own Marauders’ Map which will lead them on a hunt through Tregenna’s many secret spaces before delving into the Goblet of Fire for some sweet treats as good as anything Honeydukes has to offer!
The fun will kick off at 4pm, with tickets, costing £2.50 per child, on sale for children aged between 4-8 years and 9-12 years. Tickets must be bought in advance and there is limited availability.
Alongside the activities, tickets holders will also receive a 15 per cent discount on their Hogwarts School Dinner, including starters such as Snape’s soup of the day and Gryffindor’s garlic dough balls, hearty mains such as Mrs Weasley’s sausage, mash and gravy, Siriusly cheesy pasta or The Leaky Cauldron’s tomato pasta, and delectable desserts including Dudley’s chocolate brownie sundae or Bertie Botts’ jelly and ice cream.
James Parker, Operations Director at Tregenna, said: “Halloween is often considered a spooky holiday, but we’ve decided to go down an all together more magical route! Harry Potter is still as popular as ever and we have a whole host of family fun on offer for witches and wizards of all ages to enjoy!”
To buy a ticket, please call 01736 795254
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