Fawkes Festival: Dean Castle Country Park Halloween Firework Spooktactular
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As the spookiest night of the year approaches, Fawkes Festival offers a spine-tingling experience for all the family at Dean Castle Country Park!
About Fawkes Festival: Dean Castle Country Park Halloween Firework Spooktactular
The mediaeval history of the imposing Dean Castle provides plenty of atmosphere for a wicked Halloween experience at Fawkes Festival in Kilmarnock. Set in the heart of Dean Castle & Country Park, the event will feature family fun, pre-show entertainment, fairground rides, delicious food and drink and a thrilling 20-minute Halloween-inspired fireworks display set to music, lights and lasers.
This spooktacular, in the shadow of the historic castle dating back to the 14th century, is a fabulous new way to experience Halloween and Guy Fawkes all in one.
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