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27 Nov 2021

A scary time at Tullynally Castle this Halloween

A scary time at Tullynally Castle this Halloween

Get ready for a scary time this Halloween at Tullynally Castle.

Open for the first time for mid-term break the Castle Gardens host Wicked Witchy Walks with the Oldcastle Writer's Group over the Bank Holiday Weekend Saturday - Monday, October, 29 to 31. Join the two tours daily at 1.30pm and 3pm to visit the witches in their lairs and hear their stories. Suitable for all ages normal garden entry prices apply.

Relax with a hot chocolate and a spooky treat in the CaToCa Tearooms open all week until Sunday, November 6 from 11am - 4.30pm.

Beware of the darkness falling as the Tullynally Terror Trails are back for their fourth year. Four tours nightly with ghostly guide Bartle D'Arcy searching deep beneath the Castle for the ancient Mummy's Curse. Book online to avoid disappointment. Adults €14 Child (over 8) €8 Family €40.

New Halloween Workshops for all ages in the Victorian Laundries daily from November 2 to 4, from €5. Information and bookings on the Tullynally website.

Join Tullynally Castle owner Thomas Pakenham for an Autumn Colour Tree Walk on Sunday, November 6 at 3pm. Meet 2.45 pm at the Tearooms.




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