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All Hallows' Eve at Castle Ward

Down, Strangford, Strangford, County Down, BT30 7BA
Girl enjoying Autumn leaves at CASTLE wARD


Immerse yourself in the captivating world of ancient Irish mythology as the estate grounds come alive with the vibrant hues of autumn.

Explore the estate's autumnal landscape, discovering enchanting tales of old as you follow the family trail. Contribute your own magical touch to the Wise Witch's cauldron, test your nerve in a Banshee chase, and immerse yourself in the mysterious sounds of nature by the eerie shore.

After your enchanting trail adventure, families can delight in a spook-tacular array of treats from our food vendors, offering both scrumptious delights and warming elixirs to keep the Halloween spirit alive. Little ones and grown-ups alike can hop onto horse and carriage rides, winding along the mystical shore, adding an extra touch of magic to your All Hallows Eve experience. Head into the theatre for a creative session of Halloween crafts and dress up, where you can fashion your own witch's wand. For an extra dose of Halloween wonder, make your way to Hawks NI (Sat only), where an enthralling live hawk handling demonstration awaits, adding a feathered flair to this unforgettable day of ancient Irish mythology and festive family fun this Halloween at Castle Ward.

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