Spooktacular Things to Do with Kids Around Ireland at Halloween 2023

Michelle

August 29, 2023

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Are you looking for fun family things to do in Ireland this Halloween? This is our spookiest ever roundup of family events and things to do with kids around Ireland at Halloween!

Halloween is the perfect time to enjoy some fun together as a family. Whether you plan on staying local or want to have a mini-break, there is loads to do around Ireland this Halloween.

Things to Do Around Ireland at Halloween

Hooky Spooky Halloween at Luggwoods

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Dates: October 21st to November 5th 2023

Experience all the crazy outdoor Halloween fun and frolics at Luggwoods. Hooky Spooky Luggwoods characters will guide you along the forest trail as you help them find the ingredients for the friendly witches Halloween brew – she might even have a Trick or Treat for you too!

Child tickets from €19, babies under 1 go free, adult tickets from €16, book online.

Halloween Themed Afternoon Tea and Family Getaways at The Connacht Hotel, Galway

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Dates: October 23rd to 31st

There are few things more deliciously indulgent than an afternoon tea, and now your little ones can join in with the fun too with Halloween themed afternoon tea specials. Enjoy a selection of homemade halloween themed miniature treats, desserts and selection of finger food, the family afternoon tea is perfect to mark this fun holiday or to gather with friends and family.

You could also Treat your family this Halloween Midterm to a Break in Galway City! Voted Best Family Friendly Hotel at the Travel & Hospitality Awards 2021, The Connacht Hotel prides itself on appreciating the importance of their younger guests and families.
The Friendly Fellows Kids Club is always a huge hit with families at The Connacht. Guests who book direct on The Connacht Hotel website can avail of their kid’s club for FREE. Taking place during weekends and Halloween school holidays this popular attraction is for the younger guests of the hotel.

Kids from 3 – 15 years are welcome to take part. The Kids Club provides families with fully equipped playrooms and action-packed entertainment programmes including, arts & crafts, sports activities, musical games, competitions, talent shows, quizzes, dancing and much more which can be enjoyed with the friendly fellows team!

Book Your Halloween Stay Today and you’ll get:

✔️ Family Dining in the child-friendly Rueben’s Restaurant.
✔️ Live music every evening from 10pm in Bar Solo throughout the Halloween midterm.
✔️ Leisure Centre with 20m Swimming Pool & Kids Pool.
✔️ Complimentary Kids club when you book direct on The Connacht Hotel Website.
✔️ Family Halloween themed afternoon tea (*booking essential).
✔️ Complimentary use of cots and/or rollaway bed(s), subject to maximum occupancy.
✔️ Complimentary use of baby bathtub, blankets, and highchairs.

Halloween at the Irish Agricultural Museum, Johnstown Castle Estate, Wexford

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Dates: October 28th to 31st 2023

Halloween has its roots firmly planted in Celtic tradition and Irish folklore, so to tie in with its Irish heritage this Halloween event will take place in the Irish Agricultural Museum.

Join some creepy characters as you follow the witches trail around the museum finding the clues to solve the mystery. Each guest will receive a Halloween treat and enjoy some Halloween fun along the way.

The Halloween trail is aimed at family groups and is not intended to have a high scare factor – just lots of fun!

Dressing in costume is highly recommended!

For more information, click here.

‘Hurloween’ and Teidí Tours at the GAA Museum, Croke Park, Dublin

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Dates: October 28th to November 1st 2023 for Hurloween Tours and November 1st & 2nd for Teidí Tours

Explore Irish games and ancient myths this Samhain with spirited guides at the ‘Hurloween’ Tours at the GAA Museum. Instead of ghouls, they will be talking goals, old Celtic traditions, and mythology to celebrate the origins of Ireland’s earliest festival.

These special tours are where GAA-mad kids can learn more about Ireland’s ancient sport from the time of Setanta right up to the era of Cian Lynch!

‘Hurloween’ Tours are suitable for children aged between five and 12 accompanied by an adult. Tours include a visit to the Croke Park dressing rooms and a walk pitchside where our guides will teach you more about the history and skill of hurling and camogie.

The trip also includes a ‘Warriors and Hurlers Workshop’ where younger visitors will learn more about the story of Setanta, a master hurler who used his sliotar and camán to slay the hound of Chulainn and receive the new name Cú Chulainn!

Everyone on tour will have a chance to visit the GAA Museum and Interactive Games Zone, and every child on tour will receive a book telling the story of Setanta and other Irish legends – the perfect Halloween treat!

Teidí Tours include a bear making workshop and a family friendly guided tour of Croke Park with time afterwards in the GAA Museum.

Hurloween’ and Teidí Tours at Croke Park are ideal for families looking for seasonal fun rather than scares.

Tickets can be booked online in advance

The Civic Halloween Spooktacular Live Family Show, Dublin

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Dates: October 27th to 31st 2023 (Various dates and times)

Celebrate the spooky season with a live Halloween spooky-but-not-too-scary show. Brought to you by the team that brings you the Civic Panto. Join Princess Arabella and her trusty butler Wiggles as they face a mysterious challenge in Spookville. When three mischievous witches pay a visit to her palace, things take a thrilling turn. Will they triumph over the witchy mischief and save the day?

There will be a sensory friendly performance on October 29th at 2pm. Call the box office on 01 4627477 to book.

Child tickets from €14, adult tickets from €17 or get a family ticket from €60. Find out more and book your tickets here.

Bram Stoker Festival, Dublin 3

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Dates: October 27th to 30th 2023

The Bram Stoker Festival will bring fun and adventure to Dublin for all ages over the Halloween weekend, playfully celebrating the gothic, the mysterious, the after-dark and the supernatural and delving into the legacy of one of Ireland’s most treasured authors.

For more information, check the Facebook page.

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Halloween Spooktacular at Irish National Stud, Kildare

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Dates: October 28th to 31st 2023

Head to the Irish National Stud for the annual Halloween Spooktacular! Take part in brilliantly creepy arts and crafts workshops, magic shows and scary storytelling, and much more.

All the regular attractions are available, including an opportunity to meet the Living Legends team, visit the Irish Racehorse Experience, take the fairy trail route, and walk along the stepping stones in the Japanese Gardens for hours of outdoor fun. This is also a lovely time to meet some of the horses in their paddock.

This is a full day out so allow 4-5 hours to really make the most of it. The restaurant will be serving seasonal recipes along with the usual yummy cakes and treats.

Pre-booking is essential and all events are included in the admission prices. For more information and to book tickets, click here.

Halloween Family Fun at Birr Castle Demesne, Offaly

Halloween at Birr Castle

Dates: From October 28th to November 4th

Birr Castle Demesne in Offaly promise tricks and treats for all the family this Halloween, including the Halloween Pumpkin Trail, where you will follow your map in search for all the pumpkins lost within the gardens. Costumes are encouraged!

Birr Castle Demesne is open from 9am to 4.30pm each day of the Halloween mid-term break. The Treehouse Adventure Playground and Courtyard Cafe will also be open daily.

Pumpkin Hunt and Spooktacular Halloween Fun at Beyond the Trees Avondale, Wicklow

Pumpkin Hunt at Beyond the Trees

Dates: 27th to 30th October and October 28th to November 5th

Head to Beyond the Trees Avondale and join in a fun Pumpkin Hunt at the Treetop Walk which will be transformed into a Halloween wonderland with hay bales, pumpkins, and eerie graves. Participate in the Pumpkin Hunt competition for fantastic prizes, and on Halloween day, kids in costume get in for free!

The main Visitor Centre will be packed with family fun:

  • Trick or Treat
  • Traditional Irish music
  • Get creative with festive arts & crafts
  • Join in the Halloween games
  • Enjoy Halloween-themed food, and more.

Also from Oct 28 to Nov 5, listen to spine-tingling Halloween Stories on the Tower.

For more information and to book tickets in advance online, click here.

Samhain 2023 at Marlay Park, Dublin

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Dates: October 28th & 29th (various times)

SAMHAIN, the annual Haunted Walk scarefest, is back in all its gory glory in Marlay Park in October.

Dress your worst, in the most frightening clothes you can find and join this Haunted Walk in the forest with all the ghouls and goblins!

Remember SAMHAIN is an outdoor event, so warm clothing is recommended. The walk is approx. 1.7km long on a path suitable for buggies and wheelchairs.

The Samhain walk at 4.30pm on Saturday 28th and at 3.30pm on the 29th are tailored to suit people with special needs. This means that music and sound effects will be quieter, special effects and lighting will be softer and the number of visitors will be limited in comparison to other entry times in order to reduce queuing times.

For further information and to book tickets, click here.

Creepy Crawl and Haunted House Trails at Fota House and Gardens, Cork

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Dates: October 27th to 30th 2023 from 10.30am to 4pm daily

It’s time for the Creepy Crawl and Haunted House trails at Fota House & Gardens.

The Creepy Crawl Trails is suitable for children aged 3 to 12 years and the Haunted House combined with the Creepy Crawl Trail is suitable for kids aged 7 to 12 years. You will need to keep your wits about you as there may be ghosts and ghouls around every corner!

For more details and to book your trail click here.

Samhain at Strokestown Park, Roscommon

Tree Week Tree Folklore Event at Strokestown Park

Dates: October 28th to November 5th 2023

Follow the Samhain Trail this mid-term break at Strokestown Park. The trail is self guided and runs from 11am to 4pm daily. Adults and kids under 1 go free. Be sure to dress up in your most ghoulish costume! And collect all the clues for a spookalicious treat!

For more information and to book tickets, click here.

Lough Spookey at Lough Key Forest Park, Roscommon

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Dates: October 29th to November 3rd 2023

Lough SpooKey takes place during Halloween mid-term and events this year include

  • Halloween Movie time
  • Walking with Dinosaurs
  • Costume Party with DJ
  • Giant inflatables
  • Balloon modelling and kids games
  • Cecilsteins Lough Spookey Expedition
  • Mud Bugs Welly Adventure for kids aged  5 to 10 years. Booking is essential and can by done by calling 071 9673122 or emailing bookings@loughkey.ie

For more information and updates, check the Facebook page.

FREE Halloween Workshops at NMI Country Life, Mayo

Samhain Creepy Crawl

Dates: October 28th to 30th

The National Museum of Ireland, Country Life in Mayo have a number of workshops taking place over the Halloween mid-term including:

  • Make your own Halloween mask on October 28th & 29th
  • Shadow puppet workshop on October 30th

These are FREE events but places are limited and will be allocated on a first come first serve basis.

For more information, click here.

Galway Aboo Halloween Festival

Dates: October 28th and 29th

Something spooktacular is taking place in Galway this Halloween. The city’s medieval streets will host the country’s biggest Halloween Festival with many fun and free events planned for the weekend with high-spirits guaranteed.

The highlight of the festival is expected to be the fiendishly creative Macnas Halloween Parade on October 29th that will wind its way through Galway city centre. Spectators are encouraged to dress up too!

Pooka Spooka at Causey Farm, Meath

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Dates: October 15th to 31st 2023 (Select dates)

Pooka Spooka at Causey Farm is a Halloween extravaganza with lots to look forward to, including:

  • Scarecrow corn maze
  • Mirror maze
  • Magician
  • Hayride
  • Limb throwing
  • Broomstick ride
  • Story telling
  • Traditional games and crafts

Suitable for families with children aged 2-12. Online booking is essential.

For more information, check the Facebook page.

Lú Festival of Light, Drogheda

Things to do around Ireland at Halloween

Dates: October 27th to November 4th 2023

Lú Festival of Light will be a spectacular urban animation show and family festival. It is a free event and will showcase the myths and legends associated with the region, through lighting and laser mediums. In addition to the shows, there will be music, street performers and walking tours of Drogheda town and a spooks tour.

Suitable for families of all ages. This is a FREE festival.

For more information, check the website.

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Trick or Treat for Sick Children 2023

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Dates: Tuesday October 31st 2023

Children’s Health Foundation is calling on individuals, families, community groups, schools, creches and more to get spooky this Halloween by dressing up, hosting your own Trick or Treat party, and raising funds to support sick children and their families in Children’s Health Ireland hospitals and urgent care centres.

Visit www.childrenshealth.ie/trickortreat to sign up for your free party pack. Your monster bash can be as big or as small as you like, and the funds you raise will be put to work where they are needed most in Children’s Health Ireland at Crumlin, Temple Street, Tallaght, and Connolly to support sick children from all over Ireland.

Halloween Workshops at Riverbank Arts Centre, Kildare

Dates: October 28th and 31st to November 3rd 2023

Riverbank Arts Centre have several workshops taking place over the Halloween mid-term including:

  • Halloween Flick Book Animation workshop with Joseph Orr for 8 to 12 year olds on October 28th from 10.30am to 12pm
  • Brick Flicks Movie Making Halloween Camp for 8 to 12 year olds from October 31st to November 3rd – 10am to 2pm daily
  • Halloween Art & Craft Camp with artist Virgina Byrne for kids aged 8 to 12 years from October 31st to November 3rd – 10am to 2pm daily

For more information, click here.

Halloween Happenings at Lullymore Heritage & Discovery Park, Kildare

Dates: October 21st to November 3rd 2023

The infamous Halloween Happenings will take place at Lullymore Heritage & Discovery Park for 9 spooky days this Halloween 2023!

Lots of ghastly ghouls and terrifying treats are in store at Lullymore, including:

  • Haunted Holograms
  • Terror Train Trips (be prepared for Zombie Attacks!)
  • Terror Treasure Hunts
  • and freaky fun throughout the Park

Come in fancy dress (optional) for an extra spook factor.

Online booking is essential.

Halloween Workshops and Activity Days for Kids at Rediscovery Centre, Dublin

Date: October 21st 2023 from 2.30-4pm & November 2nd & 3rd

Looking for fun activities for Halloween? Join the Education team and get involved in some terrifying Halloween hands-on activities!

  • October 21st – at this year’s Halloween Workshop, children will take part in a variety of fun and educational Halloween-themed activities, games, and arts & crafts.
  • November 2nd & 3rd – children will enjoy a variety of indoor and outdoor activities including experiments, bug hunts, halloween crafts, including pumpkin picking and decorating and making mini-scarecrows, halloween games and more.

Workshops are suitable for ages 6 – 12.

For more information and to book tickets, click here.

Halloween Spooktacular at Rathwood, Carlow

Dates: October 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th, 30th & 31st 2023

There’s something spooky in the forest! This year the Rathwood Express will spirit you through a forest full of spooky characters to the Big Top for a family friendly musical Spooktacular! Afterwards you can pick your perfect pumpkin in the spooky pumpkin maze to take home. There will be treats galore and a fun fair to enjoy too.

For more information and to book tickets, click here.

K2Alpacas Pumpkin Patch, Wicklow

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Dates: October 21st to 30th 2023 (select dates) – School trips: Monday 23rd – Friday 27th October.

K2Alpacas in Wicklow has teamed up with the Down Syndrome Centre to host a fundraising Halloween event. Make it a family day out and enjoy the fun activities including:

  • Pick your own Pumpkin
  • Meet the Alpacas
  • Spooky game boards
  • Enchanted Fairy forest walk
  • Photo Booths
  • Refreshments & goodies

The pumpkin Patch is open on October 21st, 22nd, 28th, 29th & 30th. School trips: Monday 23rd – Friday 27th October.

The Centre provides bespoke services for children and young adults with Down syndrome. By supporting the Pumpkin Patch event, you are helping to provide services to children with Down syndrome.

For more information and to make a booking, or a donation check out the website.

Mayo Dark Sky Festival

Dates: November 3rd to 5th 2023

County Mayo has pristine skies for stargazing. Apart from minimising the effects of light pollution, dark sky places offer protection to wildlife and the environment – many insects, birds and mammals rely on darkness at night to function properly.

During the Festival, there are talks, workshops and stargazing in Newport, Mulranny and Ballycroy.

For more information, click here.

Howl-O-Ween Festival at Slieve Aughty, Galway

Dates: October 28th to November 5th

This is a brilliantly spooky time to visit Slieve Aughty for their annual Family Howl-O-Ween Festival.

It’s a spooky time at Slieve Aughty during the Halloween Festival, with ghosts and goblins galore, haunted houses, Halloween tricks and treats, scary stories, horses and ponies to pet and ride, arts and crafts, Halloween Evening Kids Disco Party and Charity Bank Holiday Monday.

Enjoy the fresh air of autumn with a walk to the haunted house and dare yourself to see if the corpse of the lady with the velvet ribbon is still there.  This walk is approximately 45 minutes long and is not recommended for young children.

For the little ones, go on a witch’s walk (a short walk to Slieve Aughty’s enchanted wood). Along the way, count how many ghosts, witches and other Halloween creatures you see hiding in the forest and answer the Halloween riddles that help guide the way.  Children ages 5-12 can visit the Enchanted Forest aboard a quiet pony – rides leave every half an hour and advanced booking is recommended!

For more information, click here.

Willowbrook Halloween Ghoulish Quest, Roscommon

Dates: TBC for 2023

Grab your torch, and follow the map around the grounds of Willowbrook Glamping and Hideaways. Find the clues to solve the interactive quest.

At your chosen time, you will be given a map to follow, and you must make your way around the site with only your torch to guide the way, finding one clue after another, until eventually you manage to solve the quest. Beware the creeps and weirdos hiding in the dark corners of the site and guarding the clues. Can you survive the Willowbrook Halloween Ghoulish quest? Hot chocolate and sweets for those who do.

Suitable for ages 8+. For more information, click here.

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Halloween Festival at Clonfert Pet Farm, Kildare

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Dates: October 21st to 31st 2023

Halloween events at Clonfert Pet Farm for 2023 will include:

  • Haunted house
  • Kids carnival
  • Pumpkin patch
  • Kids disco
  • Arts and crafts
  • and more!

Online booking is essential for this event.

Keep up to date on their Facebook page.

Macnas Halloween Parade, Galway

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Dates: October 29th 2023 from 5.30pm

Macnas are inviting kids and grown-ups to join them in welcoming a special visitor to Galway this Halloween!

Famed for creating giants in both familiar and unexpected landscapes around the world, Macnas will bring their signature magic to their own home for the past 35 years in the heart of Galway.

The world-renowned masters of visual storytelling invite one and all to come down to Macnas HQ at Fisheries Field, Galway to see the Halloween Parade emerge for the first time on the banks of the River Corrib. The theme this year ‘Cnámha La Loba’ inspired by the legend of La Loba, a wild wolf-woman who collects and preserves the bones of animals!

For more information, click here.

Hullabaloo! Children’s Arts Festival, Offaly

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Dates: November 1st to 4th 2023

Hullabaloo 2023 Festival workshops and family performances will take place in Birr, Clara, Edenderry and more during the Festival dates.

Children and families can enjoy art, storytelling, animation, film, musical theatre, dance, paper folding, craft and much, much more!

For more information on events, click here.

Farmaphobia at Causey Farm, Meath

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Dates: October 6th to November 1st 2023

Get ready for the ultimate fright night experience at Farmaphobia! From demons and devils to clowns and killers, the scare factor is set to HIGH with this Halloween event.

Strictly aged 13+. Ages 13-16 must be accompanied by an adult. The adult does not need a ticket and does not need to enter the haunts.

For more information, check the Facebook page.

Halloween Drive In Movies at Leopardstown, Dublin

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Date: October 19th to 30th 2023

Retro Drive-In Movies present a number of family options to enjoy over the Halloween Mid-term including:

  • Hocus Pocus – October 19th & 29th
  • Hotel Transylvania – October 21st
  • Ghost Busters – October 21st
  • Halloween Town – October 22nd
  • Beetle Juice – October 22nd
  • The Snapper – October 30th

For more information and to see the full line up and book tickets, click here.

Halloween Themed Family Shows at Wexford Arts Centre

Date: November 4th

You can enjoy 2 family friendly Halloween shows at the Wexford Arts Centre:

  • Teddy’s Haunted House suitable for kids up to 6 years
  • The Ghost of Dorothy Dingley  suitable for kids aged 5 to 10 years

For more information and to book tickets, click here.

Púca Festival, Meath

Dates: October 27th to 31st

Returning in 2023 with music, fire, feasting and merriment across Ireland’s Ancient East, join the Púca Festival to celebrate the Celtic New Year with the spirits of Halloween.

When light turns to dark and the veil between the worlds of the living and the dead thins, the creatures of Samhain, Ireland’s ancient Halloween tradition, come to life.

Check out the full program and book tickets here.

BOO for Barretstown at Russborough House & Park, Wicklow

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Dates: October 29th 2023

Nestled near the edge of the Blessington lakes, the beautiful demesne of Russborough House will be transformed into a place of Halloween fun for all the family, and all to help raise vital funds for local Kildare children’s charity, Barretstown.

Sign up to take part in this seriously spooky walk; with proceeds from ticket sales supporting Barretstown. Spooky woodland characters will guide you along the 2.4km looped outdoor walking trail, through the atmospheric Russborough woodland, on your quest to spot as many spooky creatures along your way. Have a fun few hours, in your best fancy-dress and in doing so, help raise vital funds for Barretstown.

Dress up in your best fancy-dress and come join us for a fun day for all the family!

For more information, click here.

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Howling Halloween at Brigit’s Garden, Galway

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Dates: October 29th & 30th from 12pm

Halloween or Samhain is upon us! It’s that time of year again when the veil between this world and the other is at its thinnest. You would be well advised to disguise yourself so the fairies won’t find you…

So dig out your costumes and join the Ghastly Ghouls’ Spooky Treasure Hunt & Spooky Sortytelling with Rab Fulton at Brigit’s Garden throughout Halloween and the mid-term break, with additional notions, potions and lotions with the Wacky Witch on Sunday 29th & Monday 30th October.

Visit the Wacky Witch at her smoking cauldron to help her create special potions and spells!

For more information, click here.

Torchlight Treasure Hunt and Pumpkin Picking at Nore Valley Farm Park, Kilkenny

Dates: October 27 to 31st 2023 (7pm to 9pm) and Pumpkin Picking takes place on weekends from October 14th 2023

Families can enjoy picking and carving pumpkins from October 14th. From October 27th enjoy the Torchlight Treasure Hunts where you can search the farm for clues! For older children and parents the Scare Maze will be back. Afterwards enjoy the bonfire and some marshmallow treats.

Be sure to dress in costume for a chance to win some prizes!

For more information and to book tickets, click here.

Jackula at dlr Mill Theatre, Dundrum

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Dates: October 29th 2023

Being a vampire sucks, but being Dracula’s younger brother is driving Jackula batty.

Join Jackula on a spooktacular quest to step out of his older brother’s shadow and become the world’s first fun vampire. Laugh as Jackula makes his pet ghost dance.  Gasp as Jackula balances five glasses of water on his face. Smile as children help perform spellbinding tricks.

An inspirational Halloween magic show about staying true to yourself.

It’s not trick or treat. It’s trick AND treat. After the show every child is invited to perform at trick with Jackula and receive a treat. Great for photos and makes sure everyone is part of the fun.

Suitable for ages 3-12. For more information and to book tickets, click here.

Halloween Family Tours at The National Print Museum, Dublin

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Dates: October 31st to November 3rd 2023

The National Print Museum are having family-friendly tour, where you’ll interact directly with artefacts from the Museum’s collection this Halloween mid-term.

Learn about the history of print, experience the traditional craft of typesetting and printing, and make and decorate your very own printer’s hats! Tours run daily from 2pm to 3pm.

Visitors can also drop by the Creative Corner to make some Halloween crafts to take home.

Find out more and book your tickets here.

Beware of Dracula Halloween Family Tours at EPIC, Dublin

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Dates: November 1st to 3rd 2023 – 10am, 12pm, 2pm and 4pm daily

Irish author Bram Stoker needs your help! His famous character Dracula, a notorious vampire, has somehow escaped from his book in our Storytelling Gallery and into the vaults of EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum. Can you and your family help track him down and spell him back from whence he came?

This themed tour includes a walkthrough of EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum where working with our guide, you and your family will locate clues hidden in our galleries to Dracula’s whereabouts. Along the way you’ll discover more about Bram Stoker’s life and the famous novel Dracula that shaped how the world imagines vampires today. You’ll also stop off for a Storytelling session, where Bram will bring to life some tales of creatures from Irish history and folklore that may have inspired Bram’s creation, and work together to create your very own vampire myth, suitable for the Ireland of today.

Suitable for families with children aged 6 to 12 years

For more information and to book your tour, click here.

Derry Halloween 2023

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Dates: October 28th to 31st 2023

Europe’s largest Halloween festival, the Banks of the Foyle Halloween Festival takes place in Derry, with Guildhall Square the focus for many of the events.

This October, experience Derry Halloween like never before. Fill yourself with folklore, feasting, and festivity as the spirit worlds come to life across the walled city.

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