Howl into the night with a brand new Dublin City Ghostbus Fright

Climb on board the spookiest Ghostbus in Dublin with your little werewolves and be transported into a world of terrifying tales, horrible histories and all the gruesome gory secrets of our fair city. The brand new Ghostbus Kid’s Tour, a kids version of DoDublin’s long-running and hugely successful Ghostbus tour, uncovers the darkest tales of Dublin’s streets.

Taking place throughout the year, the one hour tour not only delivers an awful fright but has an educational objective too, helping children learn the history of Dublin’s past.

The Ghostbus Kid’s Tour is suitable for 7-14 year olds. Tours take place on Saturdays at 11am, 1pm and 3.30pm from Stop 271 on O’Connell Street at a cost of €15 per child, €15 per adult and €55 for a Family (2 adults & 2 children or 1 adult & 3 children). The tour is available for private hires for schools, youth groups and parties.

DoDublin’s own terrifying professional actors will take you along for a mystifying journey that will keep you in a state of unease. Be driven back in time to the creepy chronicles of Dracula, hear the magical myths of Yeats and Wilde and experience the devil’s presence at the Pepper Canister Church. 

The Ghostbus’s resident dismembered torso, Teddy, will be used to demonstrate how cadavers were carved up by the fearsome Dr.Clossy, an anatomist with a dark history who worked in Dublin’s famous College of Surgeons. Guests will also be treated to a torture demonstration with blood-curdling effects. If they manage to survive this wild mystery tour, all youngsters will be awarded a Certificate of Survival signed by Count Dracula himself! 

Check out www.DoDublin.ie for more details.

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