The Spirit of Meath celebrates the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain (now called Halloween) that originated in Meath more than 3000 years ago. The festival runs from the 7 Oct – 6 November 2017.
From Haunted Hills to Eerie Graveyards; Tour of Shadows to Friendly Witches & Spooks and Spells; Thriller Nights to Terrifying Terror Houses – The Spirits of Meath Halloween Festival 2017 will delight & fright equally!
PICK YOUR OWN PUMPKINS, HAUNTED HOOLEY, SCREAM FEST DRIVE IN MOVIES and SAMHAIN MEDITATION on the hill of Tara are some of our favorite events. You can download the festival brochure here: http://2017.spiritsofmeath.com/sites/default/files/Spirits-of-Meath-Halloween-Festival-2017.pdf
Other exciting Halloween events in Meath include:
Tayto Parks’ Morbid Manor
20th, 21st, 22nd, 25th – 30th October from 7:30pm – 11pm
An old manor stands abandoned… people fear this place, they fear what they may find inside, for a history of violence runs through its blood stained walls. Rumor has it that people have disappeared inside its walls. The stories of its past speak of pure evil, hidden rooms and murder. It is a place of death and once you step inside, there is nooooo escape! And watch out, the carnival is in back town! Lock your doors. Hide your children. Nobody is safe, for when the sun goes down, the freaks come out to play!
For just €30 per person, entry includes:
Night Ride on 7 thrill seeking attractions including the Cu Chulainn Coaster.
Entry to the dreaded Morbid Manor & The Carnival.
Experience a 5D Horror Movie!
OR check out their OPENING WEEKEND SPECIAL for just €20 per person
Farmafobia Scream Park
Ireland’s largest scare attraction – and unique dedicated ‘Scream Park’ – is taking place at Causey Farm until Halloween night on Tuesday October 31st. This award-winning event offers five diverse haunts that are designed to taunt and terrify and to get your adrenaline pumping.
For other fun things to do in a Lazy Days camper this Halloween click here.