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Hallowe’en tours at Armagh Gaol

17, 18, 24, 25, 30, 31 October & 1 November

6pm – 10pm | £13

Armagh Gaol has seen and heard many ghostly goings-on since it closed its doors in 1986, although some prison officers and prisoners would suggest this has been going on for much longer.

Built on an old military barracks there have been noises and ghoulish carry-ons within the walls that have seen 3 men executed and many more deaths over its 200 year history.

On this special spooky Halloween tour, you will be regaled with the harrowing stories associated with Armagh Gaol’s long history.

Tours are carried out in low light conditions and are not for the faint hearted! Suitable warm clothing and flat shoes must be worn.

Book online at www.armaghgaoltours.com

or by calling +44 [0] 28 9035 7527

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