Things set to get spooky at Tayto Park this Halloween

by Dublin Gazette
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[vc_row][vc_column width=”2/3″][vc_column_text]Tayto Park, have announced two brand new attractions for Halloween – Scary Tales for children and Tayto Park Terrors for teens and adults.

During the day, parents and children can immerse themselves in Scary Tales. You can step inside a world you thought you knew, and discover what happens when an ancient curse is broken. With a ghostly guide telling stories to solve a series of clues to gain entry into the next room, children and parents shouldn’t expect a happily ever at the end of this creepy tale!

Visitors will meet a number of fairy tale characters along the way, escaping the witch, saving the prince and discovering secret passage ways with a torch before seeking out the mystery behind the ancient broken curse.

There will also be free face-painting, a zoo and other attractions around the park.

On October 31st, kids can get into the park for free if they are in full Halloween costume too!

At night, visitors to Tayto Park Terrors will go on a horrifying journey taking in two new scare zones including Project Zero and The Tomb of Shadows.

Visitors to the Project Zero zone will enter a secret government facility where no one knows what hides inside, but rumours tell of genetic testing and the quest to create a superhuman race. Those who dare to enter The Tomb of Shadows will have the terrifying task of discovering the secrets that hide within.

For more information, check out the Tayto Park website.

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