Please mention Family Fun when booking!
Ardgillan Castle Halloween Spooky Tours
*There Is No Halloween Event This Year In Ardgillan Castle*
It’s that time of year again when the veil between the worlds is thin. Ardgillan Castle’s ghosts have stirred and are ready to wreck mayhem and havoc.
For the Halloween spooky tours the castle is covered in darkness and strangeness awakens. Not for the faint-hearted this tour will be scarier than ever!!!
Not suitable for children under 6. Beware this tour is very scary and adult supervision is necessary
Halloween Spooky Tours Event Information
Venue:- Ardgillan Castle Demesne, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin
Classification :- Family Halloween Tour / All Ages (Children under 5 will not be permitted)
Dates:- Tours available 22nd-23rd October & 29th October-1st November
Times:- Tours start at 1pm, 2pm, 3pm & 4pm.
Admission: – €5 per person
- Places are limited on the tours so advanced booking is advised.
- Bookings for groups over 10 can be taken over the phone on 01 8492212
Booking Online:– You can book on line here through our booking link directly to the Ardgillan Castle Halloween Spooky Tours ticket sales.
Please read the FAQ/ Terms and Conditions below before you purchase your ticket.
- Tickets are NON REFUNDABLE
- Please retain proof of purchase, anyone without a receipt will not be permitted.
- Tickets will not be posted out
- All children must be supervised by adults at all times.
- Online ticket sales will close 24 hours in advance of each show
Ardgillan Castle Demesne Opening Hours
The park is open all year round during the following hours:
- November to January:- 10.00 – 17.00
- February to March :- 10.00 – 18.00
- April :- 10.00 – 19.00
- May :- 10.00 – 20.00
- June to August :- 10.00 – 21.00
- September :- 10.00am – 20.00
- October :- 10.00 – 19.00
How To Get To Ardgillan Castle
- By Car
The Park is located between Skerries and Balbriggan and the route is well signposted from the M1/N1 Dublin-Belfast road to Balbriggan.
- By Bus
Bus 33 from Eden Quay in Dublin city centre. – The bus passes under Ladies Stairs footbridge entrance which is unusuable at present. It is necessary to walk back to Barnageeragh bridge, and follow road to main entrance.