There’s plenty to boo this Halloween at Tayto Park

Press Office Northern Ireland on October 11th, 2017

Tayto Park, Irelands favourite theme park and zoo located in Ashbourne, Co. Meath, is excited to announce their brand new children's attractions for Halloween - Ghost Hunters. Pictured as they get ready to try out the new attractions are (l to r) Dillon Murray and Clare Martyn from Tayto Park. Parents and children can immerse themselves in Ghost Hunters, an interactive children’s adventure where guests will become ghost hunters and enter an old abandoned manor to discover the strange happenings inside. Children can also enjoy free face-painting, the zoo and other attractions around the park before taking part in Halloween arts & crafts. For more information and to book tickets please visit http://www.taytopark.ie/events

TAYTO PARK, Ireland’s favourite theme park and zoo located in Ashbourne, Co. Meath, is excited to announce two brand new spooky attractions for Halloween – Ghost Hunters for children and Morbid Manor for teens and adults. 

By day, parents and children can immerse themselves in Ghost Hunters, a bewitching interactive children’s adventure where guests will become ghost hunters and enter an old abandoned manor to discover the strange happenings inside.

On entry, children will receive a torch and will make their way through the manor with a ghostly guide to solve a series of clues to gain entry into the next room. Throughout the walkway, the mansion’s ghostly residents will slowly reveal themselves and the mystery behind the manor will be solved.

Children can also enjoy free face-painting, the zoo and other attractions around the park before taking part in Halloween arts & crafts. The World of Raptors, Tayto Park’s new birds of prey arena show, is also open and has daily shows at 2.30pm.

And when the sun goes down, the freaks come out to play, so visitors should prepare for a thoroughly frightful evening!

As darkness descends over Tayto Park, an eerie atmosphere comes over the carnival rides and guests should beware of the creeps, ghouls and clowns roaming outside the park after night fall.

The spooky abandoned mansion is transformed into Morbid Manor, the ultimate immersive horror experience with 13 actors in full costume. Willing guests will pass through various rooms and secret passageways and meet the inhabitants of the haunted manor, both dead and alive.

Guests can then catch a night ride on The Cú Chulainn Coaster, Air Racer, Rotator, Windstar & Endeavour before experiencing the terrifying 5D horror movie, Fun House Express.

**Morbid Manor is a high impact, intense scare experience, with theatrical scenes to further convey the narrative.**

For more information and to book tickets please visit http://www.taytopark.ie/events

-ENDS-

MEDIA ENQUIRIES: For further information, please contact Bronagh Cobain of Duffy Rafferty Communications on Belfast +44 (0) 28 9073 0880.

 

DETAILS – Halloween 2017

Ghost Hunters day event – Ages 6+

Opening Dates: 21st & 22nd October and 28th October – 5th November from 11am – 4pm

No Pre-Booking Required

Just €6 per person or included with wristband purchase.

Free Halloween themed face painting and arts & crafts.

KIDS UNDER 12 GO FREE on October 31st if they are wearing a Halloween costume.

Morbid Manor – Ages 14+

20th October – 30th October

Opening Dates: 20th, 21st, 22nd, 25th – 30th October: 7:30pm – 11pm

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 our OPENING WEEKEND SPECIAL for just €20 per person

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Tayto Park, Irelands favourite theme park and zoo located in Ashbourne, Co. Meath, is excited to announce their brand new children's attractions for Halloween - Ghost Hunters. Pictured as they get ready to try out the new attractions are (l to r) Dillon Murray and Clare Martyn from Tayto Park. Parents and children can immerse themselves in Ghost Hunters, an interactive children’s adventure where guests will become ghost hunters and enter an old abandoned manor to discover the strange happenings inside. Children can also enjoy free face-painting, the zoo and other attractions around the park before taking part in Halloween arts & crafts. For more information and to book tickets please visit http://www.taytopark.ie/events Tayto Park, Irelands favourite theme park and zoo located in Ashbourne, Co. Meath, is excited to announce their brand new children's attractions for Halloween - Ghost Hunters. Pictured as he gets ready to try out the new attractions is Rocco Hill. Parents and children can immerse themselves in Ghost Hunters, an interactive children’s adventure where guests will become ghost hunters and enter an old abandoned manor to discover the strange happenings inside. Children can also enjoy free face-painting, the zoo and other attractions around the park before taking part in Halloween arts & crafts. For more information and to book tickets please visit http://www.taytopark.ie/events Tayto Park, Irelands favourite theme park and zoo located in Ashbourne, Co. Meath, is excited to announce their brand new children's attractions for Halloween - Ghost Hunters. Pictured as they get ready for the new attractions are Dillon Murray and Clare Martyn from Tayto park with (l to r) Rocco Hill and Hollie Walker. Parents and children can immerse themselves in Ghost Hunters, an interactive children’s adventure where guests will become ghost hunters and enter an old abandoned manor to discover the strange happenings inside. Children can also enjoy free face-painting, the zoo and other attractions around the park before taking part in Halloween arts & crafts. For more information and to book tickets please visit http://www.taytopark.ie/events Tayto Park, Irelands favourite theme park and zoo located in Ashbourne, Co. Meath, is excited to announce their brand new children's attractions for Halloween - Ghost Hunters. Pictured as they get ready to try out the new attractions are Clare Martyn and Dillon Murray from Tayto Park with (l to r) Rocco Hill, Emily Donnell and Hollie Walker. Parents and children can immerse themselves in Ghost Hunters, an interactive children’s adventure where guests will become ghost hunters and enter an old abandoned manor to discover the strange happenings inside. Children can also enjoy free face-painting, the zoo and other attractions around the park before taking part in Halloween arts & crafts. For more information and to book tickets please visit http://www.taytopark.ie/events

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