The Halloween will be celebrated at the Bran Castle by a horror party on the 1st of November, from 19:00 to 00:30, with the announced presence of the legendary Count Dracula.
Those who appreciate a good horror and mystery party are invited to the Halloween party inside the cold and dark walls of the Bran Castle, on 1st November. The legendary Count Dracula, the screaming and witch dance will accompany the participants every step of the way though an unforgettable tour, at the end of which they will have the chance to taste the blood-red wine in the courtyard of the castle.
The most courageous children accompanies by their family will be rewarded by Count Dracula with sweets.
The visitors who want to have fun are invited to spend Halloween in the royal gardens, at a party in a tent with theme decorations.
From 19:30, the guests will be able to watch the film ‘Dracula’ (US – 1931) and the Halloween after Party will kick off at 21:30.
While there is no required dress code, the participants should remember to wear costumes, as the most original outfit will receive a prize.
Two categories of tickets will be available on the night of the party at the castle ticket office: RON 50 – access to the castle, night time tour guided by Count Dracula, red wine, the witch dance; RON 75 for access to the Bran Castle, to the tent, nigh time tour with Count Dracula, black vodka shots, red wine, the witch dance, the film screening and the Halloween After Party.
Halloween (short for All Hallows’ Everything) is a celebration of Celtic origin imported by many nations in the Western world and beyond. The Halloween is celebrated on the night of the 31st of October, preceding All Saint’s Day – a Christian holiday – on the 1st of November.