Frights of Abraham

Masson Hill, Matlock Bath, Derbyshire, DE4 1NT
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Frights of Abraham


24th - 31st October
The Heights of Abraham
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The Frights of Abraham returns to Masson Hill this October half term. With an enchanted witches grotto, colourful scarecrow displays at the summit and in the wild woods, tasty Halloween treats in the cafe and a treasure hunt to find 13 magical black cats for younger guests.

The Good Witch of the West, Belinda Broomstick, invites children (with accompanying parents) to join her on a journey through the Rutland Cavern tunnels. Each child will be given their own magic wand of enchantment, and together with Belinda’s help the secret cauldron will be revealed and the treasure shared amongst the children. 

Admission to the Rutland Grotto (plus wand and cauldron gift) is subject to an additional charge.

It is strongly recommended that you book your cable car tickets for your October Half Term well in advance to avoid disappointment during this busy period. You will be invited to reserve tickets for the Rutland Grotto and gifts following your cable car booking (reservations open September 10th).


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