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Things to do in Northern Ireland this Halloween 2023

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It’s officially spooky season! Haven’t got anything planned? Don’t worry we have got you covered with the power behind your weekend map to show you low cost and free local goings on this bewitching Halloween in Northern Ireland. Come if you dare! 

Brownlow Haunted House, Armagh 

Ghostly greetings from Brownlow House where you can have a tour of this haunted house and meet the ghost of Lurgan past with many grizzly tales hidden in its walls. This is taking place on 27th October from 7.30pm – 11.30pm and admission is £15. Trick or treat yourself to some tea, coffee and apple pie afterwards. 

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Pumpkin Patch Sensory Sessions, Antrim 

Some kids are just too cute to spook so this pumpkin patch sensory session is great for those wanting a quieter activity to do at Halloween with reduced numbers and trained staff to ensure an enjoyable experience. Little monsters can decorate their pumpkin and create a Halloween masterpiece. Tickets are £5 and free for accompanying adults. This event will take place at The Junction Retail & Leisure Park. 


Halloween Roller Disco, Bangor

It’s a monster mash at Eddie Ervine Sports on 27th October! Grab your skates and your scariest costumes for a fang-tastic night. Roller skate around, enjoying the thrilling music and be in the chance of winning some spooktacular prizes with the costume contest. Admission is £13. 

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Roar Roar Dinosaur, Derry 

Step back into time to the Jurassic period where you will find dinosaurs roaring their way through Derry at The Guildhall on 28th October. Junior palaeontologists will get to learn about how these scary creatures lived all those years ago and even get to feed some wee-rex’s! There is also a quiet, sensory session at 11am for the little dino explorers who prefer the dinos not to roar. Admission is £3. 

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Halloween Spooktacular 2023, Tyrone 

Dare to enter the spooky zone at the Halloween Spooktacular event in Old McDonald’s Fun Farm on 27th October. Explore the pumpkin patch and pick your favourite to carve your scariest design. ‘Splat that Sook at the paintball station and much, much more. Halloween can be a real treat with Old McD’s Ice Cream Parlour and Granny McD’s Pizzeria. Admission is £8. 

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Halloween Haunted Open House, Portstewart

Bone-chilling, spine-tingling fun awaits you at the Halloween Haunted open House at Flowerfield Arts Centre on 28th October. Get your spook on with craft workshops, listen to some ghoulish myths and legends with storyteller Karen Edwards and show off your best Zombie moves at a spooky dance workshop! Most events are free so it would be a real trick to miss it! 

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