The Aspinall Foundation

Howling Half Term Fun at Howletts

Posted by The Aspinall Foundation on 13-Sep-2016 09:00:00

Visitors to Howletts Wild Animal Park, one of Kent’s most affordable days out, can enjoy frightfully fun days out this October half term when they take part in free activities, crafts, fact-packed talks and games.

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Taking place every day between Saturday 22nd October and Sunday 30th October 2016, activities will include a carnivore fact trail for visitors to sink their teeth into, craft making, where visitors can make their own wolf masks, plus fact-packed animal talks and eerie animal enrichments.

Neil Spooner, Animal Director said: ‘We’re open every day throughout half term and we’re encouraging our visitors to get into the spirit of Halloween early with all our frightful fun activities, whilst spotting some of the most rare and endangered species on the planet as they explore the park.’

On Saturday 29th and Sunday 30th October this year, visitors to the popular wild animal park will be able to take part in pumpkin carving and later watch as the animals tear into the tasty treats, plus, on Sunday 30ththe popular fancy dress competition will return, with ghoulishly good prizes to be won for the best costumes.

Neil added: ‘Visitors can spot our new arrivals including the adorable baby gorilla, the black and white ruffed lemur twins and many more youngsters as they explore the park, or even mimic the agile primates, by trying out our fun obstacles in the Treetop Challenge or Animal Adventure challenge.  There’s plenty of frightful fun to be had by everyone this half term.