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Happy Halloween Experience 2019 offers Spooktacular Fun

Happy Halloween Experience 2019 offers Spooktacular Fun all the family 

Families in Limerick can look forward to a spooky Halloween half-term treat, with the return of the spooktacular ‘Happy Halloween’ experience in the Jetland Shopping Centre in Limerick. Witch Hattie O’Goodspell, the good witch of Munster, will entertain visitors in her magical spooky home. Hattie is joined by her friends, the spooky skeletons like “Lazy Bones”, the bonkers bats, and a whole host of other spooky (not scary) ghosts and ghouls. 

The cost is just €6 per child, with free entry for adults, and everyone is encouraged to dress-up in their favourite Hallowe’en costumes.  

On entering visitors meet a friendly trainee witch, who guides them on their journey through spectacular spooky sights, en-route to Witch Hattie O’Goodspell’s house.

happy halloween experience 2019Once there, children meet with Hattie who tells them all about her magic potions, her favourite broomsticks and of course her famous hat collection!!   Visitors see where Hattie makes her magic spells and the very spooky children might even get to sit on her broom!

Everyone leaves with small sweet treats, and a professional photographer is on hand to capture the magical Halloween moment with Witch Hattie O’Goodspell. 

Photos can be purchased immediately afterwards in large 8×10 format with card frame, a great reminder of a spooktacular fun visit! 

It opens on Friday, October 25 to Wednesday, October 31 from 12 midday to 6 pm.

Adults go for free, children are €6, the first photo is €14 and additional photos cost €6

For more information about The Witches House and all the spooky fun at Jetland Shopping Centre, visitors can PM the Happy Halloween Facebook page here. 

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Richard is a presenter, producer, songwriter and actor. He was named the Limerick Person of the Year (2011) and won an online award at the Metro Éireann Media and Multicultural Awards (2011) for promoting multi-culturalism online. Richard says that the concept is very much a community driven project that aims to document life in Limerick. So, that in 20 years time people can look back and remember the events that were making the headlines.