Pumpkins n scarycrows in Meath

Not to mention Thriller nights, Zombies and an obligatory Scary Movie night.

Yes, this Halloween the Royal county, aka Meath, gets into the spirit of Halloween this year pitching itself as the place where Samhain began and featuring all sorts of kids stuff like (deep breath here) …a visit to ye olde pumpkin patch, the terrifying Terror House at Tayto Park, Jackula at the Solstice Arts Centre, storytelling & Samhain Sculptor Bonfire, barm brack making demonstration, a spooks and spells show of spooky happenings on the farm, scary Scarecrows at the Battle of The Boyne Visitor Centre and all manner of antics for the little people.

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There are Halloween dishes at the Station House Cookery School, The Nightmare Before Christmas at the Solstice Arts Centre, ‘Creep Crazy Cuisine’ at Fairyhouse Cookery School, a traditional Torchlit Procession to the Hill of Ward. And teenagers can Cook Up a Storm at the Fairyhouse Cookery & Wine School. Scary srtuff.

As for grown ups (if there are any left at Halloween), you can enjoy the Haunted Spooktacular at Grove Open Farm & Gardens, a Farmaphobia at Causey Farm, a  Scary Movie Night at The Fincourt, Oldcastle, Thriller Nights at The Fincourt, Oldcastle and of course it couldn’t be Halloween in Meath without, yes, you got it, a Zombie night. Any distraction in Budget month.

Check out the thrills and spills at the Fright Club and the Tour of Shadows when the dark side of Trim comes to life.

And when all the little terrors have gone to bed, you can relax in the comfort of the luxurious surroundings of any of our 5 star luxury hotels in Meath.