Spooks in search of ghost ships

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Scary pirates and skeletons are taking over the Spinnaker Tower this Halloween, looking out over Portsmouth Harbour in search of ghost ships.

The venue will be terrifyingly transformed into spooky surroundings and offering a range of free family activities (included in the admission price) each day during half-term, from October 22 to October 30.

Activities include child-friendly pumpkin carving and spooky ghost stories delivered on the view deck. Staff will also be getting in on the action, by dressing up in their most frightening Halloween costumes.

Paul Mahy, commercial manager at the Spinnaker Tower, commented: ‘Our thrilling series of Halloween activities is sure to entertain the whole family.’

See spinnakertower.co.uk or call (023) 9285 7520 to book in advance or to find out more.