Dublin’s Most Exciting & Unique Irish Attraction!!
CASTLE DRACULA IS OPEN, YOU CAN NOW BOOK TICKETS FOR SATURDAY 27th & Tuesday 30th of October 8pm to 10pm by calling (01) 8 51 21 51. Tickets will be allocated on a First come first served basis.
(There are no other Dates available at present)
Castle Dracula is Dublin’s most Exciting & Unique Irish Attraction. Millions of Euro have been spent creating an incredible Irish Castle Dracula Attraction for everyone to enjoy a Heart-thumping Experience with the incredible Characters from Dracula while learning about Irish writer Bram Stoker, who wrote Dracula & was born beside Castle Dracula in Dublin. Brave Visitors journey through the Castle Tunnels, over Spinning Bridges to the Vampire Courtyard, up to Dracula’s Lair and down to the ‘World’s Only Graveyard Theatre’ for a Show where they promise not to bite, unless.. Don’t miss this Unique Irish Experience! This is your opportunity to enjoy the Amazing World of Bram Stoker and Dracula in Ireland! (Strictly 14+)
Tickets: €15 Student (ID Required) / €25 Standard / VIP Tickets €50 – VIP Tickets includes VIP Seating, Refreshments, ‘Bram Stoker & ‘Dracula Book’ signed by Castle Dracula Cast, ‘Romping through Dracula’ Book, Castle Dracula Note Pad & Blood Syringe Pen’
WARNING: Strobe Lighting & Smoke Effects are used extensively in Castle Dracula, Not suitable for Pregnant Women, those with Heart conditions or Claustrophobia or a Fear of Fun!
Email: BramStoker@CastleDracula.ie / From Irish Mobile 018512151 / From Irish Landline: 8512151 / From Overseas: 0035318512151 (Minimum Age 14yrs! – ID May be required)
Over 2 Hours of Screaming, Laughing Fun!! We look forward to seeing you then.
What our visitors say on TripAdvisor.
Castle Dracula is very easy to get to:
Located in the leafy neighbourhood of Clontarf in Dublin, just behind Westwood Fitness Club on the Clontarf Road, beside Clontarf Dart Train Station.
By Bus, Bike, Train, Taxi or Hearse!!
• We meet the Audience in Westwood Club Reception at 6.30pm and take the Audience through to Castle Dracula at 6.45pm, Castle Dracula is the building behind Westwood.
• BUS from Abbey Street (Opposite the Abbey Theatre) the 130 stops outside Westwood Club
• TRAIN Clontarf Dart Train Station is right next to Castle Dracula (Come out of Train Station and turn left and Westwood is on the left). Trains can be taken from Connolly, Pearse or Tara St Stations in the Dublin City Centre
• RENTAL BIKES are all over Dublin and it is a lovely Cycle to Castle Dracula
• TAXI’S are plentiful and it takes just 5 minutes from the centre of Dublin
We are all just Dying to meet you…
To order your Castle Dracula gift.
Call: (01) 8512151 or email BramStoker@CastleDracula.ie to reserve now.
Any items ordered can be posted or picked up on the night of your show.
Exhibits on view a Bram Stoker’s Hall of Fame
During the Interval you will have an Opportunity to visit the Bram Stoker Hall of Fame,
View the exhibits and Walk through Bram Stoker’s incredible Life
Bram’s Father Abraham & Mother Charlotte (Stories & Photos)
Three Iconic Dracula’s, Klaus Kinski 1979, Bella Lugosi 1931, Christopher Lee 1958
The Stoker Family & No. 15 the Cresent, where Bram was born. (Accross the road from Castle Dracula)
Bram’s First Picture Age 7, (he was bed bound for the first 7 Years of his Life due to a mysterious Illness)
Picture & History of the open Tombs of St Mitchans where Bram’s Parents are buried in Dublin.
Bram’s Trinity College Days with History, Trophies & Awards.
Posters of all the very best Old Dracula Movies. See how many you know?
Bram’s love of the Theatre History & how he became a Theatre Critic while working in Dublin Castle.
Lock of Bram Stoker’s Hair hanging in a Gold Pendant, cut on Bram’s Deathbed by his Wife Florence & handed down through the Stoker Generations,
until it was donated to Castle Dracula. Bram’s Lock of Hair is not on display anywhere else in the World. It does not get any more Macabre than that!
Posters of all the best contemporary Dracula Movies Do you recognise all of them?
- Painting of Florence (Bram’s Wife) painted by Oscar Wilde who was courting and very much in Love with Florence before he was jilted for Bram
Other Books & Plays by Bram Stoker
The Story of Bram joining the Lyceum Theatre in London for Actor Henry Irving.
Bram’s Marriage to Florence
Florence & Noel (Bram’s only Child) Pictured
Bram’s Special Friendship with American writer Walt Whitman, Arthur Conan Doyle (Writer of Sherlock Homes), George Bernard Shaw, Mark Twain & others. Also Englands’s Leaders of the day Gladstone & Churchill.
Bram’s Bronze Medal from the Royal Humane Society for Jumping into the Thames to save a poor soul from Drowning.
Original Copy of the Dracula Manuscript
Giant Picture of Bram Stoker
Bram’s Death Certificate & Final resting place OR is it?
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