Gunby Hall is putting on a special Halloween spooktacular!
The property and gardens, off the A158 between Skegness and Spilsby, is hosting the event on Saturday and Sunday.
Visitors will be able to wander through the darkened rooms of the hall and try not to be frightened by the spooky noises and scary screams that echo through the creepy house.
You will also meet some ghostly spirits along the way.
And if you are brave and make it through the house unscathed, you will get some well deserved sweets as a reward.
“Halloween is always great fun at Gunby,” said house manager Astrid Gatenby. “Our visitors will get to experience the house in an entirely different way. We close the shutters and decorate the rooms with cobwebs and spiders. There will be some fun surprises along the way. It doesn’t take much to make it feel a bit spooky.
“Apart from the support of our wonderful volunteers, we have also enlisted the help of some talented pupils from Queen Elizabeth’s Grammar in Alford this year.
“We hope our visitors will enjoy the experience and dress up themselves too.”
The hall will be open from 11am with last admission at 4pm.
It is free for National Trust members, otherwise £6 for adults, £3 for children and £14 for a family group of four.
Organisers say the event is suitable for children, but it is a bit scary.
For more information call 01754 890102 or visit www.nationaltrust.org.uk/gunby-hall.