Creepy capers across Manchester and the North for little and big ghosts with the most.
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Halloween in Manchester and the North

Tom Grieve, Cinema Editor

Let’s face it; Halloween is the best holiday. It’s got everything: scary movies, fancy dress and plenty of sweets…but how to celebrate All Hallows Eve once you’re tired of trick or treating? Fear not, we’ve got you covered, whether you prefer to spend this October exploring the North’s creepiest corners on a guided tour, carving pumpkins with the family, or just holed up with some horror films — there’s plenty of spooky goings-on for the culturally curious to investigate.

Creepy capers across Manchester and the North for little and big ghosts with the most.

Here are our picks

  • 1. Ordsall Hall

    Ordsall Hall

    Ordsall Hall, 322 Ordsall Lane, Salford, Greater Manchester, M5 3AN - Visit now

    Halloween is the perfect time of year to visit this beautifully preserved Tudor mansion and museum complete with resident ghost.