It's back! Following the success of our Halloween event in 2019 which saw over 1,000 families travel into the city to take part...we are proud to announce the return of the Halloween Trail!
We ain't scared of no ghosts.... As our popular Halloween Trail is back!
Following the success of our Halloween event in 2019 which saw over 1,000 families travel into the city to take part...we are proud to announce the return of the Halloween Trail! The spooktacular event will return for the autumn half term and it is bigger and better than ever before with an Augmented Reality (AR) Trail.
Last time, the It's in Nottingham Halloween trail was the talk of the city and we are hoping to recreate its huge success with a fully developed trail, available via an app.
The event will be fully accessible across the city centre, providing the opportunity for people of all ages, abilities and interests to get involved and celebrate Halloween in a safe and family friendly way.
The trail will be well mapped out and held exclusively outside.
Visitors will be encouraged to travel into the city centre to follow the Halloween trail, which will be interactive via mobile phones and there will be seven city-wide locations that participants will be guided to. When they arrive they will play an augmented reality game with one of our spooky, but fun characters.
The much loved Ecto 1 car along with our It's in Nottingham team of Ghostbusters will be making an appearance during the event too!
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