SOMETHING is going bump in the night at Rotherham’s Thrybergh Country Park.
Children can find out what it is and see what mysteries the park hides before Halloween night begins.
The Park of Mysteries event, which takes place on Wednesday, October 31, between 11am to 5 pm, invites people to come dressed in Halloween costumes and walk around the park to solve a spooky mystery.
Visitors can choose from three different spooky challenges that ghost and ghoul hunters wish to take on depending on their bravery, but are warned they’ll meet some fearsome creatures.
Look out for the vampire, witch and other surprises.
Cabinet Member for Culture and Tourism, Councillor Amy Rushforth, said: “The Halloween event at Thrybergh Country Park is one of the highlights of the year.
“It costs £2 per person with under threes free.
“There is no need to book in advance.”
Each paying customer gets a free gift.