Note: Farmaphobia will open as long as there is not a red weather warning. We have been closely monitoring the forecast and so far we can only expect heavy rain at times and some wind but nothing like last Monday so we will be opening all weekend. Only one part of the event, the Field of Screams, is outside and we advise you to wear rain gear and wellies or boots! All adds to the atmosphere!
New for 2017
The House of Dolls
Our demented dollies are dying to meet their new playmates so there’s no point in crying out for mammy – these adorable deplorables might take it personally if you try to leave!
Dead & Breakfast
Closing its doors in 1926, some say the original residents are still roaming the haunted halls! Just don’t expect to get a wink of sleep at this foreboding abode. There’s no getting out of this inn!
Don’t bother packing your garlic, our vampires haven’t tasted blood in almost a year and it will take more than a little seasoning to stop them. Once you enter the master’s crypt, there is no turning back!
Field of Screams
Giving a whole new meaning to the word maize, this labyrinth filled with hillbilly cannibals will test your stamina and sanity. By the time you hear the chainsaw, its already too late.
Home to some of the most grotesque depravities, it won’t just be your skin that’s crawling inside this haunt. You’ll have to see the mutants to believe them. Unless of course, they see you first!
- No alcohol is permitted onsite, and people under the influence of alcohol will not be allowed entry.
- Wearing wellies is recommended as paths in some parts of the attraction can become muddy at times.
Farmaphobia is held at Causey Farm, north of Navan, Co. Meath, Ireland, just a few miles from the original home of the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain which has become our modern day Halloween. Anything can happen!
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