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Some spooky ideas for Halloween There are hauntingly good Halloween celebrations happening this year all over the country that you'd be ‘batty’ to miss out on.

From pumpkins, ghosts and dressing up, there are so many ways to put the fright back into your Halloween.

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Strap on your hiking boots Looking for some excitement and exercise this autumn?

Look no further than the range of great walking events just around the corner.

Here are four festivals to get your blood pumping.

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Make it a mid-term to remember This October, use the mid-term break to have some fantastic fun for the whole family.

From arts and crafts in Offaly, to classical music in Mayo, we've lined up four ideas to help you get started.

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Join the fun in the capital Come to Ireland's capital city this autumn, for a host of exciting events to choose from.From theatre to coffee culture, there something for everyone to enjoy.

Try these four suggestions to get you started.

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Tempt your taste buds Come meet the farmers and fishermen, the artisan producers and the new wave of inspired chefs, all wrapped up in a great day of foodie fun for all.

Get started on your culinary adventures with these suggestions for food festivals in Ireland.

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Autumn in Ireland

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Autumn in Ireland is known for a packed programme of events, with a host of great festivals, music and walking weekends taking place across the country.

Follow the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland's stunning coastal route that spans seven counties, or head to Limerick to get involved in its year as National City of Culture. From the Hullabaloo! Offaly Children's Arts Festival to the Savour Kilkenny Food Festival, the country will have something for everyone, whether it's culture, food, adventure or music.

Start planning an action-packed mid-term break now, with a host of great events and festivals just around the corner. Use our resources to make it an autumn to remember in Ireland.

Enjoy the arts in Wexford

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Wexford Fringe Festival is an annual open-access arts festival, now in its 62nd year. Wexford Fringe offers an eclectic mix of over 300 events over 17 days including cabaret, comedy, circus, dance, film, theatre, puppetry, music, and visual art, many of which are free to attend.

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Scare yourself in Cork City

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The Nightmare Realm, Ireland's premier scare house walk-through attraction, will once again be opening its doors, and this year the nightmare is going to be bigger and freakier than before! This event is not suitable for children under 13 years.

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Discover the Wild Atlantic WayExplore the Wild Atlantic Way, a famous coastal route spanning seven Irish counties

Go underground this HalloweenThis Halloween, find 10 spooky places to go underground in Ireland with our playlist

Be a zombie in CarlowShuffle through the streets at the Zombie Walk, in aid of Éigse Carlow Arts Festival

Take a scary walk in DublinBrave the Hidden Dublin Walks’ Haunted Spooktacular, a creepy countryside experience

Jazz it up in CorkSwing to Dixieland at Guinness Cork Jazz Festival, with Imelda May topping the bill

Join a parade in CavanJoin the enchanting Pumpkin Parade, an illuminated event at Virginia Pumpkin Festival

Be spooked in MayoEnjoy Halloween Fest in Westport House with Spooky Spider workshops and scary stories

Discover marine life in GalwayCelebrate amazing marine heritage at the Conamara Sea Week Festival in Letterfrack

Enjoy Halloween in OffalyFuel young imaginations at the Hullabaloo! Offaly's Children's Arts Festival in Birr

Enjoy a cycle in ClareExplore the spectacular coastline and the Cliffs of Moher with Lahinch Adventures

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