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Halloween Festival at Westport House | Mayo | B&B Ireland

This Halloween why not head along to Westport House in Mayo for some family festivities.  Westport House will be transformed into a haunted house for their annual Halloween festival that runs for the duration of the mid-term break from 11am to 5pm daily.

Get yourself and your kids dressed up in fancy dress and head along.  You will be able to board the eerie Westport House Express train ride, get into high 'spirits' on the swinging ship and the pedal Go Karts and take the plunge to death on the log flume water ride.

There is a lot going on indoors as well with White Witch’s story time, creating Jack O’Lanterns with pumpkins and a Spooky Spoons workshop where you'll learn some gruesome new recipes.  Returning this year due to popular demand, Thriller is back!  Learn all the moves to Michael Jackson's "Thriller" music video in the formal Large Dining room of Westport House and to end the day there is a daily Kiddies disco - lots to keep the children and maybe adults amused over the Halloween break.

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Posted: 22 Oct 2014 by Mel Heron | with 0 comments

Tags: halloween, mayo, westport

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