Wooly Farm Dublin Halloween Event

Wooly Farm Dublin Halloween Event

It’s that time of year again, Ghosts, Dolls, and ghouls alike, have descended onto Wooly Farm for Halloween. Come meet Polly and Molly the dollies in our barn theatre, carve your own spooky pumpkin, learn a rhythm on the Fuinneamh Drum, and stuff yourself with a chocolate apple.

Now running in its sixth year, Wooly Farm is the place to be this Halloween with lots of activities to do from 2-5pm on Saturday 21st, Sunday 22nd, Saturday 28th, Sunday 29th, Monday the 30th, and Tuesday the 31st of October. Don’t miss their Halloween Spectacular!

Scary Mary and her family have welcomed visitors every Halloween for the past six years, with the event getting bigger and better every year!

Halloween Pricing:

For entrance to the Farm for the 3 hours, tickets cost €15 per child (to include a pumpkin, chocolate apple, and all activities), €7 per adult, or €55 for a family pass (2 adults & 3 children). Under 2’s go free (€7 if they wish to take home a pumpkin and a chocolate apple).

Pre-booking is required to ensure you receive your pumpkin and chocolate apple. You can book online now at woolywardsfarm.com or call them at 0873676787.

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Wooly Farm Dublin Halloween Event

Whitestown,
Oldtown (on the Garristown Rd R130),
Co. Dublin

(Just off the Swords to Ashbourne road)

Tel: 087 367 6787
Email: info@woolywardsfarm.com
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Halloween Tours Ardgillan Castle Dublin

**Updated 2017 details coming soon**

Halloween Tours Ardgillan Castle

It’s that time of year again when the veil between the worlds is thin. Ardgillan Castle’s ghosts have stirred and are ready to wreck mayhem and havoc.

For Halloween the castle is covered in darkness. Not for the faint-hearted this tour will be scarier than ever!!!

Tours available 22nd-23rd October & 29th October-1st November. 

€5 per person.

Not suitable for children under 6. Beware this tour is very scary and adult supervision is necessary.

E-mail: eventardgillan@fingal.ie
Phone: 01 8492212
Address: Ardgillan Castle, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin.
www.ardgillancastle.ie

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About Ardgillan Castle
Although referred to as a Castle, the residence at Ardgillan is a large country-styled house with castellated embellishments. Originally named “Prospect House”, the central section was built in 1738 by Robert Taylor, with the west and east wings added in the late 1800s.

Initially the site was heavily wooded, the name Ardgillan being derived from the Irish “Ard Choill” meaning High Wood. It was cleared out by service soldiers and itinerant workers in return for one penny a day, sleeping accommodation and one meal.

The house consists of two storeys over a basement which extends out under the lawns on the southern side of the building. When occupied, the ground and first floors were the living accommodations while the west and east wings were servants’ quarters and estate offices. The basement comprised of the service floor, the kitchen and stores. The Castle has now been restored and the ground floor rooms and kitchens are open to visitors for guided tours.

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Halloween Fun Croke Park Dublin

Halloween Family Fun at the GAA Museum

Join the family fun at the GAA Museum in Croke Park this Halloween with a wide range of activities taking place throughout the mid-term break.

Trick or Treat Trails at the GAA Museum

Trick or Treat Trails at the GAA Museum are back! Led by our stadium tour guides, these special tours involve a treasure hunt as part of the behind-the-scenes stadium tour and are designed especially for families and the younger GAA fans. Families will follow clues around the stadium, walking pitchside along the way, before collecting a treat in the GAA Museum. Come in fancy dress and join in the fun!

Trick or Treat Tours last approx. one hour and are suitable for children of 10 years and under, accompanied by an adult. Tours take place at 11.30; 12.30; 14.30 and 15.30 on Saturday October 29th, Sunday October 30th and Monday October 31st. Advance online booking is advised to avoid disappointment.

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October Mid-Term at the GAA Museum

Following the Trick or Treat Trails on the October Bank Holiday weekend, the fun continues at Croke Park for the remainder of the Mid-Term Break. From Tuesday November 1st to Sunday November 6th, there will be two family friendly additions to the Croke Park Stadium Tour.

Following each behind-the-scenes tour, our guides will lead younger visitors on a special Junior Explorer route around the GAA Museum, which highlights some of the most fascinating and famous exhibitions. The Junior Explorer mascot Cluasóg, the Irish hare, will also be on hand to assist and pose for photos!

Visitors will also have the unique chance to lift the Sam Maguire and Liam MacCarthy cups! The iconic silverware will be on display in the GAA Museum throughout the week and there’ll be a chance to take plenty of family pictures as you raise the cups in victory! (Please note: The cups will not be available on October 29th and November 5th).

After you’ve tasted the scent of victory, it’s time to taste some scarily good food at the Blackthorn Café at the GAA Museum, which will serve a spooky themed menu throughout the week.

These special stadium tours will operate hourly at 11.00; 12.00; 13.00; 14.00 and 15.00.

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Etihad Skyline Tour

Soar to new heights and see Dublin from a whole new perspective on the Etihad Skyline tour at Croke Park. For the Halloween Mid-Term break, we’ve added extra tours to meet demand. To set the tone, our brilliant guides will include some of the creepier Dublin tales to mark the ghostly season. Family tickets for Etihad Skyline cost €52 (2 adults & 2 children) and €60 (2 adults & 2 children) and should be booked online in advance of your visit. Note: children must be 1.2 metres or taller to take the tour.

Etihad Skyline Halloween schedule:

  • Saturday October 29th: 11.30; 12.30; 13.30; 14.30
  • Sunday October 30th: 11.30; 12.30; 13.30; 14.30
  • Monday October 31st: 11.30; 12.30; 13.30; 14.30
  • Tuesday November 1st: 11.30; 14.30
  • Wednesday November 2nd: 11.30; 14.30
  • Thursday November 3rd: 11.30; 14.30
  • Friday November 4th: 11.30; 14.30
  • Saturday November 5th: 11.30; 12.30; 13.30; 14.30
  • Sunday November 6th: 11.30; 12.30; 13.30; 14.30

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Imaginosity Trick or Treat for Temple Street

Imaginosity Dublin Trick or Treat for Temple Street

Imaginosity Dublin Trick or Treat is the most spooktacular party in town. This Halloween, join Imaginosity Dublin Children’s Museum and get set to ‘Trick or Treat for Temple Street’ with a bewitching after hours session of fiendish fun, raising money for a great cause!  FRIDAY 28TH OCTOBER, join us in your most creative spooky attire after hours from 5.30-7.30pm for our Halloween Spooktacular.

Tickets for this VERY special event are on sale NOW (01-2176130), standard museum admission rates apply, with ALL proceeds from the night going directly to Trick or Treat for Temple Street childrens hospital.

Festivities on the night will include:-

– HALLOWEEN DISCO

– SPOOKY STORYTIME

– PRIZES FOR THE ‘BEST DRESSED’ KIDS…..AND ADULTS!

– HALLOWEEN BAKE SALE

– SUPERHERO MEET & GREET

– ‘TRICK OR TREAT’ GAMES….AND MUCH MUCH MORE!

We will also be holding a Monster Raffle on the night itself with some AMAZING prizes up for grabs for a lucky few!  

Our favourite Superhero’s Spiderman & Batman will also be swooping in for a very special Halloween visit to join us and help raise money for this great cause.  For a small donation you can meet Spiderman & Batman in person, and have your own spooky picture taken with them!

Imaginosity Dublin Trick or Treat

Visit The Plaza
Beacon South Quarter
Sandyford
Dublin 18
Tel: + 353 (1) 2176130
Fax:+ 353 (1) 2176136
info@imaginosity.ie
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About Imaginosity
Imaginosity, Ireland’s only interactive children’s museum for the under 9’s is dedicated to children’s success. We opened at the end of August 2007 and since then we have welcomed over 650,000 people through our doors. Children learn best when they’re having fun. Imaginosity champions the ‘hands-on, minds-on’ philosophy that encourages all visitors to get involved and have fun while learning and create positive and lasting memories. Imaginosity offers a wide variety of workshops and classes in arts and crafts, computers, music and theatre everyday in the Art Studio, in the Children’s Theatre Space and in the Cyber Room – and most are free with admission. Workershops operate on a first come;first-served basis. Please check with reception on your arrival.