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Date: October 25th - 31st 2019

Time: 10am to 5pm daily

€15.00 per person Tickets on Sale September 2nd

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Boo At Ballymaloe

Families looking for an exciting midterm can follow the theatrical trail to Cork’s not-to-be-missed Halloween spectacular, BOO! at Ballymaloe taking place from 25th to 31st October. 

The spooky interactive experience for all the family will completely transform the East Cork venue as a host of exciting characters ensure all guests will be spooked and spellbound in equal measure. 

Treat your little spooks to some Frightful Family Fun.

The family friendly event will run daily throughout the midterm break from 10am to 5pm, with earlier shows from 10am to 1pm catering for younger trick or treaters. Once the clock strikes 2pm, the lights will go down and scare levels will increase to cater for braver souls. All will venture through a maze of frighteningly realistic sets, meeting interactive characters and solving clues as they complete their mission to find the Prince and send him home.

Everyone is encouraged to come in costume and will be provided with a booklet and map which will help them along every step of the trail.

  • Tickets €15.00 per person 
  • Times 10am - 5pm daily
  • Max 15 persons per experience.
  • Boo at Ballymaloe is suitable for children of all ages, with actors making the experience unique for all, challenges for the older ones and fun for the younger.
Children must be accompanied by an adult (Who will require a ticket).
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What is Boo at Ballymaloe?

Designed to suit children from two and over, the themed event will encourage visitors to embrace their creative side as they encounter slimy situations, solve a poetic mystery and enjoy oodles of Halloween howls. Boo has been designed to accommodate those in search of a unique and memorable experience.

Visitors will be taken on a tour of the Boo at Ballymaloe adventure trail in groups of fifteen and each brave bunch will be asked for their assistance in solving a poetic riddle to help find the fearless prince.

After the adventure

After a tiring adventure, kids and parents alike can refuel with light refreshments and more at the Boo Café, which will be open every day of Boo at the Ballymaloe Grainstore.
 
Those in need of a mid-season staycation can extend the experience by combining a visit to Boo at Ballymaloe with a getaway break at Ballymaloe House.
Children must be accompanied by an adult (Who will require a ticket).
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Boo! at Ballymaloe; A Halloween Adventure Experience

Have you the courage, the daring do

To brave the dark lands at Ballymaboo?

 

Coming this autumn at Halloween

Give it a go, It will be a scream!

 

Find the prince, the Jester’s distraught

The Prince isn’t doing as he aught

He’s wandered away to a foreign land

That is not what the king had planned

 

He should take up the crown like many before him

Dress in jewels and silks, let the people adore him

Hike taxes, give orders, stomp and shout

If he cannot be found the line will die out.

 

The Jester must find him and bring him home.

But he cannot do this all alone

Witch Winnie will help and you can help too

Find Zeezee Bojangles, she’ll know what to do.

 

Be prepared for strange things and clues to be found

Locked doors must be open, unfamiliar abounds

To find Prince Murragh you must take heed

But same as in life you have all you need

To brave bold Pirates and gain Murragh’s trust

This is important as trust is a must

Use patience and wit , make notes as you roam

To get to the Prince,

Will you send him home?

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