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The Official Haunted Dublin tour Pass Card


For the true paranormal aficionados, for those who want to do everything and get the most value for money we bring you the Haunted Dublin Spooktacular Pass. This covers everything from serious explorations of the paranormal to quirky shocking history and amazing theatrical thrills. The card is available to purchase. The cost of the card is €80. Simply send us an email with the dates you would like and your card booking number for all of Dublin’s Haunted Spooktacular Tours.

What does the pass include:

The Hellfire Club Tour – visit the burnt out shell of the Dublin Hellfire Club which stands out by its lonely self in the Dublin mountains. This tour delves into the depths of the 1700s when Satanism and the occult were well and truly alive in Dublin.

The Gravedigger Tour – Ireland’s only 4D tour, professional actors, 4D effects and the most amazing haunted bus you will ever see. An unmissable theatrical experience.

The Northside Ghost Walk – A serious exploration of the history and paranormal activity along the foreshore of the Northside of the River Liffey

The Haunted History Tour – Get locked in to the most haunted place in Dublin and see if we can’t get you an experience with the paranormal in there!

The Black Tale – Follow your guide, John Brien through the liberties, and let him take you back to a time when 1/3 of Dublin families lived in a single room, over 1000 prostitutes loitered around the alleyways of Dublin and whiskey and spirit drinking cursed the nation.

The Haunted Spooktacular – From the terrifying Tunnel of Horrors through to the lifelike exorcism, this is 10 acres of fear. Darkness, confusion and a whole army of…creatures…are waiting for you out there in the wilderness…

Plus for every card sold you get a free ghoulish brew in the Church Bar and Restaurant.


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The stories begin with Trinity College where we transport you back some 600 years ago to when the old Augustinian Priory and of course the plague house were there. The latter of which the guide is all too familiar with…But just ignore the coughing and listen to his tales! Many believed that this was the end of days, but the history of Dublin and its horrors continued…