Bram Stokers CASTLE DRACULA, Dublin 

 

 Ireland's Most Quirky & Bizzare Night in Dublin's most Unique Venue

 

An Evening of Mystery, Magic, Fun and Fear! - Not to be Missed. 

 

 

Watch the Movie!!

        CASTLE DRACULA

      Ireland's Most Quirky and Bizarre Night in Dublin's most Extraordinary Venue... 

Explore Bram Stoker's CASTLE DRACULA with Characters from Dracula coming alive to greet you...  'Renfield', 'Lucy', 'Van Helsing' and 'Dracula's Bride' take you on an Amazing journey through Castle Dracula's Tunnels, Bridges, Gargoyle Courtyards, Haunted Library and of course IRELAND'S ONLY GRAVEYARD THEATRE! for our Incredible Castle Dracula Show  (Minumum Age 14 Years)

Castle Dracula exhibits memorabilia from Dracula and all the History of Bram Stoker, Stories, Pictures, Posters, Death Certificate and even a lock of Bram Stoker's hair cut on this death bed by his wife Florence... Putting you right inside the mind of the man who gave us the World's Greatest Horror Character.

Easily accessible by Bike, Bus, Taxi, Train...  or Hearse! 

Castle Dracula celebrates one of Ireland's most famous writers Bram Stoker and his masterpiece DRACULA…  The Greatest selling Book of all time…  apart from the Bible, Dracula has inspired more that 1000 Moves, that’s more movies inspired by Dracula than anything or anyone in the last Century!!  Bram Stoker was born and grew up just across the road from Castle Dracula.  Number 15 the Crescent in Clontarf was Bram's Stokers Family Home, number 1 was where Florence Lived, Florence Balcombe was to later to become Bram’s Wife.  Love didn't have to travel far for Bram and Florence, however it wasn't all smooth sailing for them, as Florence had another young suitor, the brother of Bram’s Best Friend...  her suitor was a young Oscar Wilde.  Oscar said Florence had the face of an angel and by all accounts and the sketches painted by Oscar and the Photos of Florence we exhibit in the Castle, she was very beautiful, possibly the inspiration for Mina.  Oscar introduced Florence to Bram, he must have regretted that…  Bram and Florence were married when Bram was 31 and Florence just 19.  It's said that Oscar was Furious when Florence Broke it off with him, announced that she was engaged to Bram and leaving for London... he had given her a gold cross with his name engraved on it, which he insisted on getting back…  I know, Oscar Wilde, upset at being dumped by a Woman, he was young.  They did make it up and Bram did visit Oscar while he was in prison in London and traveled to Paris to see him when he was unwell.  Bram Stoker has been dead for over 100 years, on his death bed, his wife Florence cut a lock of this hair as was the custom, it was handed down the Stoker Generations, until it was very kindly donated to us.  It now hangs in a Gold Pendent on display in Castle Dracula, home of the World’s Only Graveyard Theatre…   The first words that dear Jonathon Harker heard from the Blood stained lips of the Count are the words we say you you;  
"Enter here of your own free will and leave some of the Happiness you bring with you"
 
MARCH
Friday 6th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 13th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 20th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 27th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
APRIL
Friday 3rd at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 10th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 17th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 24th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
MAY
Friday 1st at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 8th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 15th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 22nd at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 29th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
JUNE
Friday 5th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 12th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 19th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 26th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
JULY
Friday 3rd at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 10th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 17th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 24th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
AUGUST
Friday 14th at 7.30pm - Tickets Avalable
Friday 21st at 7.30pm - Tickets Available
Friday 28th at 7.30pm - Tickets Available

CLICK HERE TO BOOK TICKETS OR SEE MORE PHOTOS

or call the Castle Office on (01) 8 51 21 51 or email Tickets@CastleDracula.ie

If there is one thing you do, before you Die, Visit Bram Stoker's CASTLE DRACULA! 
(CLICK HERE FOR CASTLE DRACULA MOVIE)

Bram Stoker

Bram Stoker was born and grew up just across the road from Castle Dracula in number 15 the Crescent, Clontarf.  Number 1 was where Florence was born and grew up, she later became Bram's Wife.  Bram spent the first 7 years of his life bedbound in number 15, with a mystery illness, only walking at the age of 7.  He would listen to Stories about the deadly Famine in Ireland which happened while he was a baby and killed more that one million people and the great cholora epedimic his mum Charlotte lived through and the Sucide Graveyard just down the road from his house...  Learn about all these and how they shapped the man who gave us the world's greatest horror character.   

Strobe lighting is used in the Castle and please let us know if you have any mobility problems.  Mininum Age 14 Years.

Book your Tickets!

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Call the Office on (01) 8 51 21 51 
or Email Tickets@CastleDracula.ie 
If there is one thing you do before you Die,
Visit Bram Stoker's CASTLE DRACULA

Tickets are €25 or €20 Concessions and must be booked in advance.

Castle Dracula starts at 7.30pm and is finished by 9.30pm.

Find CASTLE DRACULA!!

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Castle Dracula is very easy to get to.  We are behind Westwood Club (We meet the audience in Westwood Club Reception) next to the Clontarf Dart Train Station (1 Dart Train Stop from Town) or 10 Minutes from Town in a Taxi, also, the 130 Bus leaves from Abbey St and stops at the Venue or Hearse....

 

 

 

 

What our customer say about us

Dublin Lord Mayor Christiy Burke "Castle Dracula is a unique and extraordinary Evening of Fun and Thrills, that also celebrates one of Dublin's favourite sons Bram Stoker and his masterpiece Dracula.  I really enjoyed my visit and would recommend a visit to Castle Dracula to everyone". 

Jourg Steegmueller, Publisher of the “Dublin Event Guide” – “I had sooooo much fun! It is really a great evening and you should definitely go to see their show. Astonishing Magic, a lot of fun and a nice measure of spookiness are the ingredients that make this hugely entertaining show worth a visit.

Aonghus McAnally - RTE "Superb, Well Done..."