All Things Scary at ‘The Spirits of Meath’ Festival 2022

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The Boyne Valley has long been considered the home of Halloween. According to legend, Samhain, the ancient Celtic Festival that we now call Halloween, originated at Tlachtga (also known as the Hill of Ward) in Co. Meath in the Boyne Valley!  

So what better place to celebrate Halloween than a trip to the Boyne Valley to experience the Spirits of Meath Festival 2022 which will run from the 1st October to 6th November. http://spiritsofmeath.ie/  

This year’s line-up is full of exciting (and scary) events and activities that will definitely appeal to all age groups. 

One of the highlights of the Spirits of Meath Festival is always Farmaphobia at Causey Farm which will take place from the 1st October to the 1st November. The event is always very popular and features a variety of spooktacular events. Last year the event featured “Purge Night”; “CarnEvil” and “Momma’s Murder Maize” so you can be sure of plenty of scaretainment this year! Farmaphobia is strictly 13+ and all 13-16 year olds must accompanied on site by an adult.

On selected dates between Saturday 23rd October and Wednesday 2nd November, Bee Wise Nature Trail at Kilmessan will be doing a specially themed Halloween walk where you can visit different scary houses and meet some witches, ghosts and skeletons while receiving some treats from their cauldrons! Price: Adult €10, Children (or anyone who wants treats): €18. Visit: www.beewise.ie 

Do you want to carve your own pumpkin? Then you won’t want to miss Pumpkin and Fun 2022 which will take place at Navan Adventure Centre on October 22nd, 23rd, 29th, 30th and 31st. There will be magic shows, pumpkin carving, a Halloween disco, activities (such as football golf) and so much more. Cost:€18 per child, €11 per adult. https://navanadventurecentre.ie/halloween-fun/ 

This Halloween, you can explore Tayto Park after dark! On the 28th, 29th or 30th of October take a trip to Tayto Park to experience the Cú Chulainn Coaster in the dark, brave the Rotator or take to the night sky on Endeavour and much more! Also, brand new for 2022, check out Dino Dash at night and watch out for twists and turns to avoid the grasp of the Raptors. Price:€16 General Admission. Visit: https://bookings.taytopark.ie/

If you like your Halloween to have more treats than tricks then the Samhain Food Festival might be for you. Taking place from the 4th – 6th November in Kells the festival will feature cookery demos, food & drink tastings, farm tours, producer visits, farmer’s markets, panel discussions, kids workshops & more, featuring award winning chefs, best selling cookery book authors, culinary experts, food writers & thought leaders.  Visit: facebook.com/boynevalleyflavours/ 

Of course it wouldn’t be Halloween without the Púca Festival, which is returning from the 28th – 31st October in various locations across Trim and Athboy. The festival will be four days of music, feasting and much more. Headliners for this year include Gavin James, Imelda May, King Kong Company, Block Rockin’ Beats, The High Kings, Blindboy, Joanne McNally, Neil Delamere, David O’Doherty, and Jason Byrne. Visit: www.pucafestival.com  

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Allie Sheehan
Allie Sheehan
I have worked in the travel industry for seven years, from working in American Holidays and The Travel Corporation I have a wealth of knowledge of all aspects of travel. Before joining ITTN I worked for Facebook which gave me the inside knowledge of the wonderful world of social media. I have a BSc in Event Management and am also a qualified beauty therapist (which definitely comes in handy in this business). Recently I joined the AWTE Ireland committee and I am enjoying working with and connecting with the network of women in travel.

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