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Todds Leap Horror Nights

Todds Leap Road, Ballygawley, Dungannon, County Tyrone, BT79 2BW
Todds Leap Horror Nights


In the bleak and dreary outskirts of Todds Leap make your way through a terrifying Woodland Trail but beware of roving maniacs and Creature of the Leap!
Discover the dilapidated haunted house of some very sinister characteres as you uncover the dark past of its previous occupants.
Face nightmarish walkways, hellish scare zones, narrow alleyways as you try to figure out exactly how you are going to get out!

WARNING: This Event may be too intense for young children and is recommended for children PG 15. Halloween Horror Nights at Todds Leap Northern Ireland is a Halloween event scare attraction not to be missed. Todds Leap Horror Night Tickets are onsale now!

**Event will operate in line with Covid Guidelines**

£30 per person

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