Europe's Best Scream Park reveals return dates to Ireland this Halloween
Looking to get spooked?
Summer is officially over (did it ever really start?) and Autumn is creeping in. The cold, dark nights are returning, signaling that Halloween is approaching.
If you're a fan of the spookier side of things and Halloween is your favourite night of the year then you'll be happy to know that Europe's best Scream Park, The Nightmare Realm, is returning to Ireland this year, and it looks scarier than ever.
Taking place in Dublin's historic, 130-year-old City Market on Mary Street, The Nightmare Realm will be running from October 6 - November 3, with their brand-new immersive show called 'Night Terrors'.
The immersive experience takes place inside the Victorian-themed Halloween Town and features street theatre, stage dancers, circus performers, interactive shops and a food court with loads of Halloween-themed treats.
As well as all of that, there's also five new haunt mazes to get lost in – Sundown Manor, BioX1ne Laboratories, The Shriekers, Death Row 2: Shank Season and Dead Carnival.
The Nightmare Realm returns to Ireland this October
The award-winning Scream Park has been in existence since 2009 and employs over 100 performers with its massive operation.
Handing the award for Best Scream Park in Europe over to Irish soil, Michael Bolton, owner of the European Scare Association said "Everything about The Nightmare Realm was on top form. No other seasonal pop-up event is as big and ambitious as this, we are amazed that this is ALL temporary."
Tickets for the experience are priced from €22 to €36 (depending on the ticket type and day) and they include all five mazes and entry to Halloween Town, and are now on sale at thenightmarerealm.ie.
There’s also an early bird offer for off peak nights with 10% off using the discount code SPOOKY10 and a new Stay and Scare package.
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