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Halloween Punt and Hunt

From the 21st – 31st October 2023 our Halloween Scavenger Hunt & Activity booklets are available when booking a private or shared 50 minute Cambridge Punting Tour.

  • 21st October 2023 - 31st October 2023
  • 9:15 am - 6:45 pm

From the 21st – 31st October 2023 our Halloween Scavenger Hunt & Activity booklets are available when booking a private or shared 50 minute Cambridge Punting Tour.

Our scavenger hunt and activity book is an exclusive Halloween treat that you can add on to your punting experience with the Traditional Punting Company this October half term. Your family can have a spooktastic experience in the historical centre of Cambridge learning about the ghosts and ghouls that roam the river and cobbled streets for only an additional £2.50 per child.

The hunt consists of a series of questions, some take place on the river as part of your punting tour, and the rest takes place around the city. So dress up and come join us for a family-fun spooky halloween.

This halloween scavenger hunt and activity booklet is inclusive for all the family, not only does it include questions for the kids but there are also parent prompts so everyone can be involved in hearing the scary tales of Cambridge.

All of the questions will take you to the most haunted places around the city, where you will search for spirits, monsters, witches and so much more!

If you successfully complete the Halloween scavenger hunt there will be a sweet treat (no tricks involved) waiting for you from Hardy’s sweetshop, a reward for all of your efforts. So book now and get hunting!

Facilities

  • Disabled Accessibility
  • wheelchair access

Accessibility Facilities

  • Accessibility Guide
  • Assistance dogs welcome
  • Audio description and touch tours
  • Staff available to assist
  • Wheel chair accessible
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Did you know?

One of Cambridge’s most beloved community events is the Mill Road Winter Fair, which takes place annually on the first Saturday in December. Offering stalls, entertainment and a parade, it’s been running since 2005 and attracts around 15,000 people a year.