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Experience Malahide Castle as never before with Magik Door’s unique immersive storytelling and sound experience for all of the family to enjoy this Halloween! Friday 27th until Tuesday 31st October Tickets: €10 child/ €8 Adult Join us this Halloween at Malahide Castle for some creepy sounds and tales throughout our  haunted rooms. Listen out for some surprises as the storyteller walks you through these enchanted tales. Interact with some of the oldest paintings  within the Castle and watch out for that naughty jester, Puck, who might just make an appearance! Kids big and small will have the chance to play with live sounds through interactive exhibitions. Don’t miss this unique, creative and quirky 3D audio Spooktacular!! For more information or to BOOK tickets contact our reservations team… View Article

‘Be Our Guest’ for this year’s magical Christmas Experience at Malahide Castle! This year we continue the tradition of our wonderful Christmas experience to be shared with old and young alike Santa & Mrs Claus are preparing themselves for the arrival of all the wonderful families who treasure family time and tradition.  Friday 1st December until Saturday 23rd December  Visit Santa, Mrs Claus and special guests Lumiere Mrs Potts and Belle!!! Be our guest, be our guest, be our guest! Your family are welcomed by our Castle hosts and Santa’s elves before being brought  to Mrs Claus as she relaxes by the fire. She likes to meet all the children before they see the main man, Santa! Lumiere is ready to woo our guests as they arrive… View Article
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Saturday Night 21st October 8.30pm- 2am Step beyond the doors of Malahide Castle this October for an evening you won’t forget. Join us for a special evening with our friends in Paranormal Researchers Ireland where they will conduct a full investigation in  one of Ireland’s most haunted locations. Get up close and personal with the unknown using specialist equipment for thermal imaging , EMF, Voice Recordings, DVR systems, Night vision Cameras and lots more. You will be given access to all our equipment and encouraged to join in.. This is a strictly over 18’s event. Tickets €80 pp, only 40 spaces available so early booking is advisable. There is NO online booking available for this event. Please contact our reservations department on 01 8169538 to book your space…. View Article
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Sunday yoga in the park

Sunday June 25th kicks off our weekly yoga in the park Summer sessions :) Malahide Castle and Hot Yoga Dublin are delighted to announce weekly Yoga in the Park classes. These will be held in the private gardens behind the visitor centre & Avoca Cafe! The Hot yoga Dublin & Yoga Next Door crew will be leading the weekly classes. Plus …. 40% of ticketed attendance will be donated  to a local Malahide fundraising group, school or charity. The cost to attend class is €7.50 payable at the Visitor centre admission desk (Adults only for now :-)) So come Join us This Sunday June 25th to kick start our summer Yoga Love Don’t worry if you don’t have a yoga mat a beach towel will do… View Article
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Have you ever wondered how the private botanical gardens are kept at Malahide Castle? Have some questions for our busy gardeners?  Now’s your chance to nab them! Join our gardeners at Malahide Castle for a series of Walk & Talk’s this summer. Pick your date below and arrive just before 10am on either of the mornings in the Visitor Centre. Wednesday 28th June Wednesday 26th July Wednesday 30th August Wednesday 27th September Garden ticket prices only €7.50 per adult or €5.50 Senior /Student    Hope to see you there!  

Yoga Classes at Malahide Castle

We are delighted to announce there will be new Yoga & Pregnancy Yoga classes taking place every Saturday morning in the Loft Room with Agata Rossini from Fitmum.ie Commencing on Saturday 18th February at 9.3oam- 10.30am for Vinyasa Yoga- €15 drop in, €75 x 6weeks or €90 x 8 weeks Pregnancy Yoga at 10.45am- 11.45am- €18 drop in or €85 x 6weeks   For more information or to book your place call Agata on 086 2122751 or email agata@fitmum.ie    
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Malahide Historical Society Museum

Malahide Historical Society welcomes you to our new museum in the Malahide Castle complex. The museum is an eclectic collection of artefacts and memorabilia focusing on Malahide and its environs. While the focus of Malahide Castle is the historic Talbot family who lived there for over eight hundred years, the museum is dedicated to the people who lived, worked and played in the village and the surrounding area. Malahide’s rich heritage dates back thousands of years as was revealed in an archaeological ‘dig’ that was carried out on Paddy’s Hill over twenty years ago. However, most of our current displays represent times much closer to our own. These are an eclectic mix of artefacts, pictures and domestic items that show the evolution of the area… View Article

Battle of the Boyne Conservation Project

National Gallery launches major conservation project on Jan Wyck’s painting of The Battle of the Boyne   Wednesday, March 4th 2015   Malahide Castle and Gardens, Co. Dublin   The conservation of Jan Wyck’s painting, The Battle of the Boyne (1693), is the first major off-site conservation project being carried out by the National Gallery of Ireland, in collaboration with Malahide Castle and Gardens. This historic and impressive painting (219 x 302 cm) was bequeathed to the National Gallery in 1936 and has been on loan to Malahide Castle since 1976. Over the coming months the NGI Conservation Department will carry out full-scale conservation work in situ, and visitors to Malahide Castle will have the opportunity to view aspects of conservation work in progress.   As… View Article


  • Open All year round*
  • From 9.30am- 5.30pm Monday-Sunday
  • Last guided tours of castle at 4.30pm or 3.30pm Nov-Mar
*Closed for Christmas on 24th, 25th, 26th December.



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