Feels like the kids are only back in school, and we are looking forward to the mid-term break already! Click here to see our latest pick of Things to Do with Kids Around Ireland Halloween 2014.
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Torch Light Treasure Hunt
This Halloween holiday Nore Valley Park are running a Torch Light Treasure Hunt on Monday 28th and Tues 29th October for families of all ages. Dress up in glow sticks and search the farm in the dark for the special markers, when completed you’ll receive a prize and warm up at our bonfire and toast marshmallows.
Tales from the Enchanted Forest, Wexford
Let Red Riding Hood take you on a whirl wind adventure through the Enchanted Forest in search of her friends. Mask making workshop also included.
Wells House Haunted Halloween Tour
Wells House Haunted Halloween Tour is a ghoulish theatrical journey through the 17th century house and gardens, located just 18km from Gorey. Following the hugely popular sell-out Halloween shows last October, the Haunted Halloween Tour returns with ‘The Horror of the Witches’ Bride’. It promises to be a journey into the darkest heart of Halloween where a young bride and her groom face the torment of never sharing their vows and evil rules supreme.
Rathwood Gift & Garden World’s Halloween Train will take children on a magical journey where they’ll meet some spooky characters and friendly creatures. On board of the Halloween Train, we will travel back to a time when goblins and fairies roamed freely in the Rathwood forest. Children will also get to see our Enchanted Tree where fairies have set up their playground, its miniature door and windows allowing access only to the ‘little people’.
Cross if you dare the Bridge of Invisibility, be silent as you sneak to the Pooka’s house, be afraid as you claim your pumpkin and be gentle when you carve it to free the captured fairies.
This wonderful journey will capture your children’s imaginations and allow them the freedom to enhance the story as they wish. Kids are encouraged to dress up, as we have a prize for the best fancy dress on each journey!
Savour Kilkenny Food Festival
Visit the Savour Kilkenny Food Festival from 23rd – 28th October. Taste your way around the Food Village on the Parade in front of magnificent Kilkenny Castle, pick up tips from top chefs and check out the next generation of upcoming foodies at the Savour Buds young producers’ market.
The Park After Dark
Park After Dark is a horror experience set in the Irish National Heritage Park. Aid in the investigation of the recent strange happenings taking place in the park after dark! This event is scary and children must be accompanied by an adult. It is not suitable for children under the age of 8.
Blood and guts in Gorey!
The north Wexford town of Gorey is perfectly named for some fiendish fun at Halloween! At A Gorey Halloween, (October 25th – 31st), kids can take a creepy treasure hunt to find sweets and treats, hop on the ghastly ghost train and hop off for Scary Story Time, guaranteed to transport them to the twilight terror zone!
More Halloween Fun….
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Slugs & Snails have been making tights for boys for a while now and have gotten very good at creating very cool designs!! Check out these ones for Halloween!!
Their tights are made exclusively from a luxurious secret special cotton which is flexible and soft and they only use yarns and manufacturing processes which are Oeko-Tex® Standard 100 certified.
The Slugs & Snails collection has 13 different designs in 7 different sizes – so treat your little man to a practical piece of fashion today!!!
Are you planning or did you get to any of these events? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below
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