Double, double, toil and trouble……this half term bring little witches and wizards to Oxford Castle and Prison for potion making under the tutelage of the castle’s resident warlock!
In the underground crypt of the 1000-year-old castle, a cauldron is brewing this October half term and, with the help of a legendary warlock, children can concoct magical potions! They will love brewing up magic with three exciting activities in the hour-long workshops which will be held on the 28th October, 30th October, 1st November, and 2nd November.
The potion-making will be held on all of the above dates between 12 pm and 2 pm and is ideal for children aged between 5 and 10 years old. Prices start from £9.50 for 1 child, £16 for two children and £22.50 for three, accompanying adults go free.
If the children work up an appetite following potion-making Oxford Castle Quarter, the setting of the Castle & Prison is also home to an eclectic mix of bars and restaurants who all have a number of spooktacular offers on this month which all the family can enjoy.