It's the beginning of the October half-term, the days are getting shorter and the sun may not be out as much as we'd like! However, that doesn't stop there being tons of things to do – whether you're touring a fantastic new exhibition or taking the family for a spooktacular game of golf, there's something for everyone in this week's Friday Five!

Learn about ancient stories

Experience The Box's new exhibition, Songlines: Tracking the Seven Sisters. Aboriginal-led and curated for the National Museum of Australia, The Box is hosting the European premiere. There's more than 300 stunning artworks to discover as you travel thousands of miles and learn more about ancient stories from the world's oldest continuing culture.


Follow the Halloween Trail

Dress the kids in their finest spooky costumes and take part in the city centre Halloween Trail. Locate the 15 Halloween characters displayed in city centre shop windows to be in with a chance of winning £100 to spend in Waterstones!


Taste Latin American cuisine

Las Iguanas has returned to Plymouth in Drake Circus The Barcode, come along and discover a range of sizzling Latin American favourites alongside a legendary cocktail menu!


Play a round of Halloween Adventure Golf

Are you ready for your spooky adventure? China Fleet Country Club's adventure golf course has been taken over by scary creepy crawlies! Dress as a ghoulish ghost or wicked witch and have a Spooktacular time. The course will be open from tomorrow (Saturday 23 October) through to Sunday 31 October

China Fleet Halloween Adventure Golf


Enjoy a traditional Bavarian bash!

Experience a traditional Oktoberfest as Central Park is transformed this weekend (Friday and Saturday) into a traditional Bavarian bash! Bring on the bier - 30,000 litres to be precise! Top up your stein and step inside the our huge Bier tent and prepare to be entertained Bavarian style!

Oktoberfest in Central Park, Plymouth



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