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Sensational Samhain

Ballydugan Medieval Settlement, Drumcullan Rd, Downpatrick, Down, BT30 8HZ
Sensational Samhain


In the gentle light of the afternoon, free children's crafts and activities will be included, along with an autumnal Medieval market.
This will be followed by dusk storytelling... but as night begins to fall and cryptids start to creep, will you dare to step into the monstrous morass that is Pan's labyrinth?!?!
If you survive, complete the night with fire sculptures, smores and hot chocolate.
Entry tickets must be purchased in advance. Please note two different ticket types are available for this event. Follow the links below to your preferred ticket option:
• Daytime General Admission (includes daytime event from 12pm - 5pm)
• Full Experience (daytime & evening events, including timed entry slot to Pan's labyrinth)
(NB: Please note the market is cash only as there is no electricity on site. Additionally, please be aware no pets are allowed on site - we allow service dogs only.)

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