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Top things to do in Dublin City this Halloween

Sink your teeth into Dublin City this Halloween!

 

Top Things to in Dublin City this Halloween 

 

It’s that time of year again when ghouls and ghosts and all things spooky descend onto Dublin City. These frightful events are for everyone to enjoy. Halloween has changed significantly in the last couple of years with new events popping up each year and offering the best in spooktacular entertainment and thrill seeking fun. Here at Camden Court Hotel we have put together a list of some of the top events and activities to do in the capital this Halloween. With this list of family friendly activities or adult hair raising thrills, you’ll be sure to find something that will appeal to you.

Bram Stoker Festival:

The Bram Stoker festival is back again this year and there is no sign of it slowing down. “The Bram Stoker Festival celebrates the gothic, mysterious, after-dark and the thrill of Halloween. It delves into the legacy of one of Ireland’s most treasured authors Bram Stoker”. Inspired by Dublin-born author Bram Stoker and his notorious novel Dracula the popular festival continues to exceed expectations,  attracting over 70,000 attendees in 2017. 

The packed programme of events mixes family-friendly adventures with late-night antics for you and your friends. Visit the events main website for further information on activities and tickets by clicking here.

Ghost Bus Tour:

The Ghost bus tour has been running in Dublin for the past couple of years and is one of the most popular bus tours in the City. This tour runs all year round and is quoted to be “The best night out in Dublin”. This night consists of a tour around some of Dublin’s spookiest and sinister attractions were you will be guided with tales of the creepy underworld of Dublin City. This attraction is one for the older generation and is sure to leave you with a thrilling experience you won’t forget.

For more information or to book tickets please click here.

 

The Nightmare Realm:

This attraction is not for the faint hearted, this will be sure to make the hairs on the back of your neck stand! Returning for the third year in a row this frightening adventure will bring you through a live maze of all things haunting. Your deepest fears come to life at the RDS, this extreme walk is strictly for teenagers and adults as it is full of chills and thrills. The event takes place from 12th October to the 3rd November.

For more information or to book tickets please click here.

Marley Park Samhain Haunted Forrest Walk:

The Marley Park forest haunted Halloween walk is one for all the members of the family and will take place on the 28th of October. This enchanted walk through the beautiful grounds of Marley Park is one not to be missed with the little ones. The walk consists of spooky visuals and eerie sound effects all showcased through the woods. It is encouraged that you dress up in true Halloween costume too. The whole family will be amazed for what’s in store. The walk is suitable for wheelchairs and buggies too. The event only takes place for one day and tickets are free but they need to be picked up prior to the event. Wristbands can be collected at the Cricket Pitch in Marlay Park on Saturday October 6th and Sunday October 21st from 2pm each day. There are ten different entry times throughout the day so you can choose a time that suits you best.

For more information click here

Spooktacular Cockails:

Why not delve into our devilicious cocktails during the October bank holiday weekend at our C Central Bar for only €8!

Stay in The Heart of it All:

Camden Court Hotel is the ideal choice for those looking to travel with ease around Dublin City. Guests can avail of secure parking, free high speed Wi-Fi, Smart TV with Netflix and complimentary access to Camden Court Fitness. Camden Court Fitness consists of a gymnasium, 16 metre swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room and sauna. Click here to view our rates and availability for Halloween and midterm break.

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