causey farmaphobia

Causey Farmaphobia – Meath

Farmaphobia is Ireland’s only dedicated Scream Park with 5 amazing and diverse Haunt Experiences which will terrify and push your nerves to the limit.

New for 2017

The House of Dolls

A child’s favourite toy or the cause of your nervous nightmares, a visit to the Doll’s House will ensure that you will never look at dolls in the same way again.  Our demonic dollies have come in from the cold on a mission to possess your every waking moment.

Enter the Doll’s House at your peril, the Dolls want to possess you, can you resist.

Returning Haunts

Dead & Breakfast

Be our guest at Terror Advisor’s 5 Skull rated Dead & Breakfast:

  • Get a Good Night’s Sleep – Bed Bugs will be the least of your worries!
  • Meet your Hosts – UnDead and very unfriendly
  • Breakfast – You’ll never wake up to try it.
  • Repulsively decorated in slaughterhouse chic

Your nightmares will come true when you experience what will be your last sleepless night in the company of the frightening freaks of Dead and Breakfast.

Vamporium

Transylvania comes to Farmaphobia – Come and see what evil lurks behind the creepy walls.  Climb the creaky stairs to visit the Vampires’ Lair. A terrifying den of sharp-toothed villains who will stop at nothing to taste your BLOOD!

Field of Screams

Horrendous hay & hair raising mazes of monsters ensure a night you will remember for the rest of your life.

Mutation Morgue

Meet Dr. D. Cayd and his team of Medical Mutants

 

  • No alcohol is permitted onsite, and people under the influence of alcohol will not be allowed entry.
  • Wearing wellies is recommended as paths in some parts of the attraction can become muddy at times.

Farmaphobia is held at Causey Farm, north of Navan, Co. Meath, Ireland, just a few miles from the original home of the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain which has become our modern day Halloween. Anything can happen!

Farmaphobia is held at Causey Farm, north of Navan, Co. Meath, Ireland, just a few miles from the original home of the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain which has become our modern day Halloween. Anything can happen!

This event is geared at adults and older teenagers. NO young children will be allowed onsite.
Our Pooka Spooka Events run at other times, and are perfect for younger visitors. Anyone under sixteen must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Shows from 8.30pm are strictly over 16s only.

Causey Farm
Navan
Co Meath
Tel : 046 9434135
Email : info@farmaphopia.com
Web : www.farmaphobia.com

tayto park halloween

Tayto Park – Meath

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Halloween at Tayto Park

20th October – 5th November

This year we have a selection of terrifying events here at Tayto Park, suitable for trick or treaters of all ages.

Morbid Manor (Night Time Event) – Confront the Darkness Ages 14+

Over Halloween in Tayto Park, a spooky abandoned mansion is transformed into Morbid Manor, the ultimate immersive horror experience with 13 actors in full costume. Willing guests will pass through various rooms and secret passageways and meet the inhabitants of the haunted manor, both dead and alive.

Before entering the manor, guests will have to make it through the CarnEVIL. Beware of the creepy clowns and jilted jesters that roam around the deserted carousel in Tayto Park after dark. Adrenaline junkies can then catch a night ride on The Cú Chulainn Coaster, Air Racer, Rotator, Windstar & Endeavour before experiencing the terrifying 5D horror movie, Fun House Express.

Morbid Manor is open to the public from Friday 20th October and runs on select dates until 30th October and is suitable for over 14’s. For more information and to book tickets please visit http://www.taytopark.ie/events.

For just €30 per person, entry includes:

  • Night Ride on 8 thrill seeking attractions including the Cu Chulainn Coaster.
  • Entry to the dreaded Morbid Manor & The Carnival.
  • Experience a 5d Horror Movie

*For just €20 per person, guests can enjoy 8 thrill seeking attractions without access to Morbid Manor!

Opening Dates: 20th, 21st, 22nd, 25th – 30th October from 7:30pm – 11pm

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Ghost Hunters (Day Time Event) Ages 6+

The Spectral Forces Investigation Unit is looking for brave new recruits to join the team and help investigate a series of strange happenings at Morbid Manor! Reports have recently surfaced from local residents detailing a series of strange happenings. Preliminary investigations by local law enforcement have so far failed to provide an answer, but now the Spectral Forces Investigation Unit has been called in to help discover if the answer lies on the other side! Are you brave enough to join the team and enter Morbid Manor? Will you discover the secrets within?

Just €6 per person or included with wristband purchase.

Opening Dates: 20th, 21st & 22nd October and 28th October – 5th November from 12pm – 4pm

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Halloween Fun Activities For All Ages

Free Halloween themed face painting and arts & crafts.

Beware… The Carnival is back! Can you walk amongst these misfits of the circus? They crave attention and will stop at nothing to put a smile on your face. Or a scream.

KIDS GO FREE! on October 31st if they are wearing a Halloween costume.

Included in entry price.

Opening Dates: 20th, 21st & 22nd October and 28th October – 5th November from 11am – 4pm

Competition

Fancy winning a family pass (2 adults & 2 children) to Tayto Park this mid term? Just tell us how kids can go free to Tayto Park this Halloween? You can email your answer along with your contact details to info@dayout.ie or enter via facebook. Good luck!

Tayto Park
Kilbrew
Ashbourne
Co.Meath
Tel : +353 (0)1 835 1999
Web : www.taytopark.ie

Halloween Fest at Westport House Mayo

Are you ready to scare yourself silly this Halloween?!

Westport House will be hosting it’s annual Halloween Fest on the weekend of the 28th and 29th of October.

Get ready for plenty of ghoulish delights, scary stories and creepy fun that all the family will be able to enjoy!

Westport House
Westport
Mayo
Tel : +353(0)98 27766
Email : info@westporthouse.ie

Halloween Pirate Adventure Rathwood Carlow

Rathwoods Pirate Adventure,

Jump on Deck this Halloween!!!!

 

Running 21st – 31st of October.

Booking Start 22nd of August at 12 noon.
 

Meet Captain Jack & Penelope Sail, help them find redbeards famous ship & hidden treasure before the evil captain hook.

Follow the treasure map to the haunted part of the sea.

Look out for evil captain hook along the way.

Once the treasure is successfully found – each child will get there own gold treasure to bring home

On the way back from the haunted part of the sea, you will get to visit the Pirates Pumpkin Patch.

Pick & Carve your Pumpkin.

Rathwood
Rath
Tullow
Carlow
Phone: 059 91 56285
Email : info@rathwood.com

wicklow gaol halloween events

Wicklow Gaol

Take a tour of Wicklow Gaol over Halloween Week and take part in a spooky activity.

Sunday 25th Oct – 3pm             

Spooky Spider Search

Treasure/Spider Hunt/Quiz- Discover hidden horrors and spooky secrets as you decipher clues at every dark corner

 

Tuesday 27th Oct – 3pm          

Creepy Colouring Competition

 

Wednesday 28th Oct – 3pm  

Spooky Spider Search

Treasure/Spider Hunt/Quiz- Discover hidden horrors and spooky secrets as you decipher clues at every dark corner.

Friday 30th Oct – 3pm              

Terrifying Touch

Slugs, eyeballs, spiders’ legs? What is hidden in the covered cauldrons!!!!

 

Friday 30th Oct – 7pm – 8.30pm ** SOLD OUT **

Night Tour

Over 18s only

 

Saturday 31st Oct – 3pm

Trick or Treat Fancy Dress

Children’s Trick or Treat Halloween Fancy Dress Competition

 

Saturday 31st Oct – 9pm – 3am  ** SOLD OUT **

Paranormal Investigation with Irish Ghost Hunters

Join the Irish Ghost Hunters team in identifying paranormal presences

(Advanced booking essential. Early booking advised to avoid disappointment)

€50 per person

Tickets can be purchased on-line

Kilmantin Hill,
Wicklow Town,
Co. Wicklow,
Ireland.
Tel: +353 (0)404 61599
Email : info @ wicklowshistoricgaol.com
Web : Wicklow Gaol
 
Wicklow Gaol is three stories in height with an extensive basement and yard area. The walls are constructed from thick granite slabs and rubble stone. Wicklow Gaol was originally built in the late eighteenth century though there has been a jail on the site since 1702. The present structure dates to 1842-3 with major renovation work occurring in the late 1990s