The ancient kingdom of Fife has lots of fascinating, hair-raising history, making it the perfect location to visit over Halloween. Whether you’re seeking a spine-chilling experience, looking to learn more about Fife’s eerie past or you'd like to have some family fun, there's plenty activities and events taking place over this spooky season.
Spook’Ore and Horr’Ore are two new, exciting events taking place at Lochore Meadows Country Park over the Halloween weekend. Family fun days will be going ahead in the afternoon with fancy dress, face painting, spooky walks, pumpkin picking and drive-in movies. In the evening, a much more frightening experience will be taking place for adults only. The woods will really come alive at night with terrifying trails, performers, drive-in movies and street food.
If you’re looking for a perfect, autumnal, Instagram spot, then look no further than Cairnie Fruit Farm's pumpkin patch, where you can visit their collection of over 12,000 pumpkins of all shapes and sizes as well as taking your own pumpkin home to carve. Make sure you visit their farm shop and café for some of the best local produce, gifts, home cooked meals, cake and coffee. The farm also host a terrifying torchlight maze experience on Halloween, which is definitely not for the faint hearted!
Did you know, the town of St Andrews isn’t just the home of golf, it’s also the home of multiple ghosts! Take a step back in time and explore the ancient streets by signing up for the award winning St Andrews Ghost tours. You will be taken on a historical and educational trail through the town, learning about St Andrews' spooky past – no fictional tales will be told!
If you don't fancy walking, why not take a ghost tour on your bike? Greener Kirkcaldy are hosting an eerie cycle around the Beveridge Park on the 30th of October at 4.30pm where you can hear some spooky stories about the history of Kirkcaldy. Fancy dress is optional!
If you’re looking to keep the kids entertained, Dobbie’s in Dunfermline are hosting a Halloween Spooktacular event with food & drink, Halloween treats, games and dancing as well as afternoon tea or cake and coffee for the adults.
If you're a self-confessed movie addict, you’ll not want to miss Scarefest in Methil; a drive-in movie which will be showing 5 movies over the Halloween weekend, including Hocus Pocus, Halloween and The Witches. Each car will receive a movie snack pack on arrival too!
Finally, children will simply love the Ecology Centre’s Pumpkin Party. Take the kids along to pick their own pumpkin and transform your own pumpkin into a Halloween lantern. The Nest café will also be open for teas, coffees and lunches.