Halloween Carnival Weekend – Derry Northern Ireland – 29 Oct / 1 Nov

What you will see

  • Halloween festival Rise of the River Gods Awakening the Walls
  • Walking tour of Derry~Londonderry’s 17th Century Walls
  • Halloween Guildhall Square Animation , Music and Street Performance
  • Halloween Night & Day Time Markets
  • Halloween Festival Rise of the River Gods Street Carnival
  • Panoramic tour of Belfast
  • Titanic Belfast
  • Unique dinner inside Crumlin Gaol
  • Belfast’s best traditional bars
  • Giants Causeway
  • Bushmills, the world’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery
  • Walled City Brewery Londonderry
  • Ulster American Folk Park

What you will experience

The largest Halloween Street Carnival in Europe
  • Celebrate at the largest Halloween Street Carnival Costume Party in Europe with over 30,000 revellers at The Rise of the River Gods Carnival and fireworks display
  • Get into the Halloween spirit as you stroll through Derry’s cobbled streets and the Guildhall Square Animation , Music and Street Performance
  • Enjoy illumination, mechanical sculpture, shadowplay, music, dance and fire performance as well as some of Ireland’s finest street and night circus performers
  • Marvel at a theatrical dreamworld of light, fire, sculpture and circus with Derry~Londonderry’s iconic 17th Century Walls
  • Enjoy delicious local produce and wonderful fayre at the Night & Day Time Markets
 
Food, Nature, Whiskey and Culture
  • Sample some of Belfast’s best traditional barswith its famous collection of whiskeysor a pint of Guinness
  • Explore the hidden wonders of the North Antrim Coast including the world famous Giant’s Causeway
  • Re-live the entire Titanic story from her birth in Belfast to the fateful maiden voyage
  • Lunch in the Bushmills Inn, an old Irish coaching inn and mill house
  • Enjoy a fascinating tour of Bushmills, the world’s oldest licensed whiskey distillery
  • Learn about Derry’s exceptional brewing & distilling heritage at the Walled City Brewery
  • Be transported back in time at the Ulster American Folk Park and participate in a number of traditional Irish activities
 
Northern Ireland’sSocial and Political History
  • Explore the fascinating social history of Northern Ireland’s capital.
  • Experience a unique dinner inside Crumlin Gaol (jail) and hear about the history ofpolitical segregation of republican and loyalist prisoners
  • View the iconic political Bogside Murals which depict the civil rights era of the 1960s, the early troubles era of the 1970’s and the events of Bloody Sunday in 1972
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