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We have put together a handy guide of things to do in Dublin this spooky season with something to suit everyone!



Located at the foothills of the Dublin mountains you will find Luggwoods spooky Forest trail. The perfect day out for all the family – get dressed up and follow the trail to help find all of the ingredients needed for the witches brew. See more about this fun-filled day here:


Nightmare Realm

If you’re feeling brave why not head to the Nightmare Realm taking place at the RDS most nights for the month of October. Experience the butcher boys, church of the damned and the house of horrors ‘Panic Attack’ if you dare. Awarded the Best Independent European Haunt 2019, this is a night not to be missed if you are up for a scare. See more here:


Granny Rosies Farm – Skerries

If you fancy picking your own pumpkin fresh from the field then why not head to Granny Rosies farm in Skerries. They are a working farm open to the public so you will get the chance to see the animals and understand more about how your vegetables make it from the farm to your plate. Their Halloween Pumpkin Picking Experience starts this weekend and runs until the end of October so get booking your tickets before it’s too late:

The Gravedigger Ghost Bus Tour

For an adults only spooky event why not book your seat on one of the Gravedigger tours. The tour starts with a free ghoulish drink and takes you back in time to experience the horrors of Dublin some 600 years ago during the plague. The tour starts at college green Trinity College and lasts 2 hours with actors, smoke and lighting effects! Seats are limited so book now to avoid disappointment:


Freak night- Bow Lane

If you’re a fan of late nights and techno music then Bow Lane Social Club on Aungier Street is where you need to be this Halloween night. With 5 hours of dj sets, scary outfits and dancing all on offer, it is one scarily good night you must secure your tickets for! Get your tickets here:


EPIC museum

Our docklands neighbours offer a huge range of Halloween activities available both in person and online. Online workshops and challenges will keep kids entertained at home but why not visit the museum on the 24th and 25th October to experience the Samhain family festival or visit on Saturday October 30th and Trick or Treat if you dare – don’t forget to dress up, the stranger and spookier the better! Check it out:

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