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Halloween in Ireland

by aaronbarry
30 October 2019 · 3 min read
Halloween in Ireland

Halloween is one of the most mystic times of the year when all generations gather up to create memories of a lifetime. Here is our list of the coolest things to do in Ireland on Halloween.

Creepy creator Tours at the GAA Museum

Running from the 25th of October until the 31st, the Creepy Creator Tours are one of Dublin’s best Halloween activities for families. Right in the heart of the GAA museum, you’ll have the opportunity to take a tour of the stadium which brings to life the magic of the home of Gaelic games. Back at the GAA museum, visitors will be able to create their own Halloween masterpiece by decorating a ceramic pumpkin or bat candle holder that will be made for you to keep.


Address: St Joseph’s Ave, Ballybough, Dublin, D03 P6K7

Halloween at National Wax Museum

Set in the spooky mood, you will love to discover the National Wax Museum through their Halloween tour. Taken over by monsters, ghouls, and ghosts, the museum will be the perfect attraction with friends and family!


Address: The Lafayette Building, 22-25 Westmoreland St, Temple Bar, Dublin 2, D02 EH29

Halloween Roller Disco

Starting at 8 pm in Finches Business Park, the Halloween Roller Disco is an annual event opened to all. The dress code is fancy dress, and a prize will be given to the best dressed! The event’s admission includes the skate hire.

Address: Finches Business Park, Longmile Road, Dublin, Ireland D12

Halloween Family Forest Trail

The family forest trail is the perfect way to have fun and get some exercise done! Situated in the Discovery Park, in Kilkenny, the Halloween event runs the whole of the October Mid Term Break. While Halloween is an amazing time to spend at the park, it is as well animated all year long with multiple events made for the whole family.


Address: The Estate Yard, Drumgoole, Castlecomer, Co. Kilkenny, R95 HY7X

Night Tours of Wicklow’s Historic Gaol, Co. Wicklow

If what you are searching for a scary experience to celebrate Halloween, then stop looking. The Night tour of Wicklow’s Historic Gaol reserved to adults only is operated during the night and allows visitors to see what life was like behind for Irish prisoners in the 18th century. While guests will brave through one of Ireland’s most haunted buildings, they’ll be informed about torture methods, starvation suffered by the former prisoners and even death. Happy Halloween!


Address: 1 Kilmantin Hill, Corporation Lands, Wicklow, A67 Y337

Fireworks Extravaganza at Let’s Go Hydro

Displayed ten minutes away from Belfast City Centre, the Fireworks Extravaganza is not to miss if you are near or far from Belfast. Starting from 6 pm with food and drinks, the best costume will get the chance to win a £1,000 prize!

Hallloween in Ireland

Address: Knockbracken Reservoir, 1 Mealough Rd, Carryduff, Belfast BT8 8GB, United Kingdom

Celtic Tales of Terror – Horror storytelling for Halloween

In the beautiful town of Galway, Halloween’s night will be marked by Celtic Tales storytelling show features spine chilling Tales of Terror, told by acclaimed storyteller Rab S. Fulton. Fans demons, witches and story-telling will be welcomed from 7.50 PM. The mystic story-telling moment will be followed by traditional music sessions, promising a magic evening in perspective!

Halloween in Ireland

Púca Festival

In Drogheda, Halloween is celebrated with Púca Festival. Organized at night time, the city transforms the night into a big playground from October 31st until November 2nd. The festival will move spirits between worlds and plays with reality for magic the nights ahead. 


Where: Drogheda

We hope you will enjoy as much as us these Halloween attractions. Remember to stay spooky!


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