The spooky season is officially upon us, which means Halloween events are back in full force!
There are plenty of fun things to do in October before Fright Night, especially if you like to scare…
To make your life easier, we’ve listed some of the top attractions to book below:
Farmaphobia is back this year, and it’s scarier than ever.
With four terrifying haunts spread across 100 acres at Causey Farm in County Meath, this Halloween attraction is not for the faint of heart.
Tickets are sold between 25 and 35 € and can be reserved here.
Tayto Park after dark
If you’re looking for a less spooky way to celebrate Halloween this year, Tayto Park After Dark seems like the perfect night.
Taking place on October 23, 29 and 30, you can experience the Cú Chulainn Coaster in the dark, brave the Rotator, or take to the night sky aboard the Endeavor and much more!
Tayto Park noted that this is a “no panic” event, so your nervous friends can sleep easy.
Tickets cost € 15 per person and can be purchased here.
The realm of nightmare
Much like Farmaphobia, The Nightmare Realm is NOT for the faint of heart.
Once again, Dublin’s RDS will turn into a terrifying house of horrors in October to celebrate Halloween.
In the kingdom, visitors will be immersed in their darkest fears with three new guts –
Heartbreaking Horror Experiences – Church of the Damned, Panic Attack and
The Nightmare Realm will run from October 9 to 31, and ticket prices range from € 22 to € 32. You can buy tickets here.
The Púca festival returns to eastern Ireland this year with a host of spooky events.
Taking place across Meath and Louth, the events promise to ‘greet Halloween spirits through folklore, food, myths and music’.
From spooky tours of old castles to traditional Halloween-themed sessions, the Púca Festival has something for everyone.
The festival takes place October 23-31 and tickets for all events are available here.
Halloween Happenings at Lullymore Heritage & Discovery Park
Lullymore Heritage & Discovery Park in Kildare will host Halloween Happenings for nine spooky days from Saturday October 23 through Sunday October 31.
Visitors were urged to be prepared for many horrible ghouls and terrifying goodies, including haunted holograms, terror train journeys (not suitable for children), and treacherous treasure hunts.
Regular admission prices apply for Halloween events, which can be booked in advance here.