Visit Bram Stoker's CASTLE DRACULA!
Bram Stoker's CASTLE DRACULA
Ireland's Most Exciting Tour & Show in Dublin's most Unique Tourist Attraction!
Castle Dracula celebrates one of Ireland's most famous writers Bram Stoker and his masterpiece DRACULA… Travel back in time to explore Bram Stoker's CASTLE DRACULA with the Characters from Dracula coming alive... to tell the story of Dracula and all the history of Dracula's origins and influences from the Great Famine to the Cholera Epidemics and it's Irish Writer Bram Stoker's origins, being born across the road from Castle Dracula, his mystery childhood illness, writing influences and Oscar Wilde connection while taking you on an amazing journey through our Castle Tunnels, over Spinning Bridges, to the Gargoyle Courtyards, up to the Haunted Library and of course the 'World's only Graveyard Theatre' for our incredible Castle Dracula Show. Don't miss this unique Irish Experience!!!
Castle Dracula exhibits memorabilia from Dracula and all the History of Bram Stoker, Stories, Pictures, Posters, Death Certificates 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.
Dublin Lord Mayor "Castle Dracula is a unique and extraordinary Evening of Fun and Thrills, that also celebrates one of Dublin's favorite sons Bram Stoker and his masterpiece Dracula. I really enjoyed my visit and would recommend a visit to Castle Dracula to everyone".
We also exhibit 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... 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'