Situated on the Wild Atlantic Way & Ireland’s Ancient East, the Carrigaline Court Hotel is the ideal place to enjoy a ‘Spooktacular’ weekend break with your other half or family. Enjoy overnight accommodation with complimentary access to the Leisure Centre and begin the next day with a delicious Full Irish breakfast. Below we have made a short list of things to do during the Halloween festivities.
5 things to do during Halloween at Cork
Come and visit Cork City Gaol this mid-term break for plenty of fun for the whole family.
Take part in the Black Cat Treasure Hunt to win a goody bag. Listen to the tales from their very own storyteller; have your face painted and get your very own creation from The Balloon Man. Enjoy all of this in the unique setting of Cork City Gaol.
Due to demand, this year extra dates have been added. The Halloween Family Fun Activity will take place from Saturday, 26th October to Friday, 1st November. Open from 10am to 4pm.
Standard admission rates apply.
Price: Child €6; Adult €10; Family €30 (2+4)
Spike Island is a place of mystery and magic that over the centuries has been used as a place of worship, defence, confinement and punishment. Their fully guided day tours give visitors a sense of the rich military, penal and social history of the island, sharing the stories of the many who called the island home.
Dare to explore the misty, dream-like realm of Spooky Town, transformed with sound, colour and magical special effects. Enter at your own risk and get ghoulish this October by this dreadfully delightful, hair-raising havoc, Halloween experience, Spooky Town at Fota Island Resort!
Every year, our 200 year old murky mansion falls under the spell of Halloween. Lose yourself amidst the candlelight and cobwebs in this fabulously quirky haunted manor…. But this is no spooky spectacle – no indeed. This is a Halloween experience where you become part of the story that unfolds!
The Dragon of Shandon will take place at 7pm on 31st October 2019 on the streets of Cork.
Growing bigger and better as it reaches its 13th year, the Dragon of Shandon Parade is the highlight of CCAL’s annual arts calendar, the result of a 3 month outreach and community engagement programme with local artists, over 20 groups and support services working in partnership with local artists to create a cultural hub and provide a friendly and carnival atmosphere within the entire city on Halloween night.
Carrigaline Court Hotel is the perfect location for all as the City meets the County!
We are looking forward to your visit!
Visit our booking page and avail of our hotel Halloween break offers!