The Hell Fire Caves
Posted on 8th October, 2014

The Hell Fire Caves

Whether you are an avid pagan or just have an affinity with all that is ghoulish and spooky, there is only one place to be this Halloween, The Hell Fire Caves at West Wycombe.

During Halloween week (27th October – 2nd November), there is Ghost of Halloween fun!  Children can enjoy fancy dress competitions, face painting and spooky games and, if there are any budding witches out there, you can fly yourself to the Witches Workshop and learn how to make potions, take a tour of the caves with a friendly wizard, have a race on your broomstick and, of course, the most important thing to learn, how to banish a werewolf!

For those of you who are a little braver, come back during the evening and experience the caves at their most sinister, with ghouls and creatures of the night; this is not an evening for the faint-hearted!

For more information visit the Hell Fire Caves website.

The Hell Fire Caves in West Wycombe is steeped in history, although well known for its links to the Hell Fire Club, the caves have been used as a meeting place as early as 1733, when the Dilettani Society met to encourage interest in classical arts. The society is still active today.

The Bull Hotel, situated close also has a long history with highwaymen and coaches, and there is many a tale of spectral riders thundering along the nearby roads and footpaths. So why not come and stay the night with us, who knows what you may see outside of your bedroom window at the stroke of 12 o’clock.


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