Kennedy's Pumpkin Patch

Kennedy’s Pumpkin Patch Meath

Kennedy’s Pumpkin Patch is located in beautiful east Meath, between the villages of Julianstown and Duleek.

For our 2017 Season they’ll be open for 2 weekends on Saturday and Sunday (21st & 22nd) and again for the full bank holiday weekend (28th, 29th & 30th)

There’s something at the pumpkin patch for every age group and we offer a fun filled few hours for the family.  Whether its our spooky tunnel, hay maze, face-painting, storytelling, pumpkin picking or simply relaxing in the autumn sunshine with our homemade non-alcoholic apple cider, you’re sure to enjoy yourself!

Tickets are priced at €10 for a family of 5 people and €3 for an individual ticket.  Children under the age of 1 year go free

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Email : barry@kennedyspumpkinpatch.com

 

ScreamFest Drive-In Movies Navan

ScreamFest Drive-In Movies Navan

ScreamFest are proud to host a Halloween themed Drive-In Movie event In Navan, Co. Meath.

28th, 29th, 30th & 31st of October 2017.

Watch your favorite Halloween movie from the comfort of your car listening to the movie on your car stereo!

ScreamFest Drive-in Movies will be showing your favorite horror movies in the evenings for Adults as well as child friendly Halloween themed movies for families during the day!

Sweets & drinks will be available for purchase at the event before & during the movie. Toilet facilities available.

Terms & Conditions

Maximum of 5 people per car.
Please keep your ticket safe, once your ticket (or a copy of your ticket) is scanned at the event it cannot be used again to gain entry.

October 28th

Blair Witch Project – Time: 19:00

Friday the 13th – Time: 21:30

October 29th

Scream – Time: 19:00

Nightmare on Elm Street – Time: 21:30

October 30th

Gremlins – Time: 19:00

The Exorcist – Time: 21:30

October 31st

The Conjuring – Time: 19:00

The Ring – Time: 21:30

October 29th – Family Movie

Labyrinth – Time: 16:00

October 30th – Family Movie

The Goonies – Time: 16:00

Navan Adventure Sports
Navan Racecourse
Proudstown Road
Navan
Co. Meath
Tel: 085 236 6322
Email: fear@screamfest.ie
Halloween Party at Westgrove Hotel Kildare

Halloween Party at Westgrove Hotel Kildare

This Halloween enjoy a spooktacular Party at The Westgrove Hotel Kildare where kids of all ages can take part in plenty of fun activities including a magic show, bubble disco, party games and much more!

31st October 2017 5-8pm

Westgrove Hotel & Conference Centre
Clane
Naas
Co Kildare
Tel : 045 989900
Email : info@westgrovehotel.com
Web : www.westgrovehotel.com

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About the Westgrove Hotel

A superb 4 star family hotel ideally located for visitors travelling along Ireland’s Ancient East.  The hotek is just 10 minutes from main routes like the M4 and easily accessible to all local Kildare amenities such as Punchestown, Mondello, Straffan, Naas, Kildare Shopping Village Outlet Centre and the Curragh.

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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Kia Ora Mini Farm Wexford

Kia Ora Mini Farm – Wexford

Every Halloween Kia Ora Mini Farm becomes one of Wexford’s spookiest places to visit with decorations and skeletons all over the farm. Costumes welcome any day for children and adults.

Kia Ora Mini Farm is transformed into spooky farm with all usual facilities such as fire engine ride and real diggers but with a haunted theme. Come try our electric chair, gaze in the bottomless vortex or shake your bones at our HALLOWEEN Discos. We’ll also have some glitter tattoos on certain dates, please keep an eye on our facebook page for confirmation of dates.

Kia Ora Mini Farm is open every day from 10am to 5pm until Sunday 5th November 2017

 

Courteencurragh
Gorey
Co. Wexford
Tel : 053 9421166 / 086-8788424
Web : www.kiaoraminifarm.ie

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

dublin zoo

Dublin Zoo

Spooktacular Boo at Dublin Zoo!

Creepy arts and crafts, spine-chilling keeper talks, spooky face painting. Join us for monster music on the Great Lawn as well as many other festive activities.

Tuesday 31st October 2017

So come on down to the frighteningly fun activities taking place at Dublin Zoo this Halloween.
Phoenix Park
Dublin 8
Tel : Email : info@dublinzoo.ie
Web : www.dublinzoo.ie

 

Dublin Zoo is a not for profit organisation, registered charity number CHY 2964. Since Dublin Zoo first opened its doors in 1830, its 28 hectares has been transformed with the support of the Irish public and now attracts over 1 million visitors a year. All funds received by Dublin Zoo including gate takings, donations and sponsorships are directly invested into the day to day management, running and up keep of Dublin Zoo’s animals, their habitats and conservation projects. Modern Zoos, like Dublin Zoo, adhere to strict codes of practice in animal welfare laid down by European and Global Associations. Animals at Dublin Zoo therefore live enriched lives in natural social groups in order to encourage breeding and raising young.

Dublin Zoo is managed by caring, qualified and accredited zoo professionals who devote their lives to the welfare of animals at Dublin Zoo. Dublin Zoo works in partnership with zoos worldwide to conserve bio-diversity on earth and financially supports a variety of conservation projects supporting great apes, tigers, rhinos, golden lion tamarins, African wild dogs and eagles.

Dublin Zoo is easily accessible by bus, LUAS, and train and is open everyday with the exception of Christmas Day and St. Stephen’s Day (26th December).  Admission prices and opening times can all be found on the website.  Dublin Zoo is accessible by the less-abled and manual wheel chairs are available on request.

Dublin Zoo, a not for profit organization, is open seven days a week from 9.30am to 6pm in September, 9.30am to 5.30pm in October and 9.30am to 4pm in November and December. For further information on Dublin Zoo www.facebook.com/dublinzoo, www.dublinzoo.ie

Halloween Castlecomer Discovery Park Kilkenny

Halloween Castlecomer Discovery Park Kilkenny

This Halloween

Activities open daily during the Mid term (weather permitted) 

The Zip of Terror

Book The Zip of Terror Tickets

Here in the forest dark and deep, poltergeists and puca awake from their sleep. Are you brave enough to zip through the night sky before wandering through a forest full of frights? Only the bravest will survive.An exclusive over 16’s event, running from 8 p.m. on  20th, 21st October and 27th to 31st October.

Limited spaces so book early!

€30 per person (payable in advance). 10% Early Bird Discount (€27) until 30th September. Allow approx. 90 minutes for this exclusive scare-fest event!

 Group & corporate bookings available on request with 10% discount for groups with 20+.

Moody Monster Trick or Treat Trail

 

Our Moody Monster Trick or Treat Trail runs Saturday 28th Oct to Sunday 5th Nov…will you find all the clues and win a treat for your family to share? 
Daily from 10am – 4pm. €10 per family. 

 

Mushroom Hunt – Savour Kilkenny Event with Castlecomer Discovery Park

Sunday 29th October 2017, 9.30am

We are delighted to be part of Savour Kilkenny this year with our Mushroom Hunt with Ireland’s premier mycologist, Bill O’Dea of mushroomstuff.com.  Learn what to look for and how to identify mushrooms, we will be heading to the woodlands to forage and then back to identify and cook up.  €45 per person book on www.discoverypark.ie/booking

 

Halloween Castlecomer Discovery Park Kilkenny

The Estate Yard,
Castlecomer,
County Kilkenny,
Ireland.

E-mail: info@discoverypark.ie
Web : http://www.discoverypark.ie

House of Horrors Ardgillan Castle Dublin

House of Horrors Ardgillan Castle Dublin

Halloween House of Horrors at Ardgillan

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 wreak mayhem and havoc.

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

This year our format has changed…VISITORS WILL GO THROUGH THE CASTLE ON THEIR OWN WITHOUT A GUIDE……ARE YOU BRAVE ENOUGH TO ENTER?????

 

Please note that this Halloween we are creating a different style of event. There will not be a performance where you follow a guide through the castle telling a story. Visitors will venture through our house of horrors on their own, entering each space and room in groups of no more than ten people. This will be scarier than ever so please brace yourself…..

Tours available from Friday 27th October – Wednesday 1st November. 

€5 per person.

Not suitable for children under 6. Children under the age of 12 must be accompanied by a responsible adult at all times. Beware this tour is very scary and adult supervision is necessary.

Please read the terms and conditions before purchasing your ticket:

Terms & Conditions:

  • Please retain your email as proof of purchase.
  • Tickets are non-refundable, non-exchangeable and have no cash value.
  • All children under the age of 12 must be supervised by adults at all times.
  • Online ticket sales will close 24 hours in advance of each day.

 

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

 

ardgillanAbout 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.