Zombie MAYhem, Zombie Experience

Mains Castle

Mains Castle is located within the infected zone, in the city of Dundee.

The Castle and event is situated at;

Mains Castle
Mains Loan, Caird Park
Dundee
DD4 9BX

If you would like a wee history lesson,

Mains Castle (also known as Fintry Castle) is a 16th-century castle in Dundee, Scotland. The castle consists of several buildings surrounding a courtyard, although several of the original western buildings no longer exist. The northern and eastern buildings are where the family would have lived, with the servants occupying the southern quarters. The castle also has a large, six-floor, square tower house with dressed cornerstones, which is typical of 16th-century construction.

The castle is located in Dundee’s Caird Park to the north of the city overlooking the Dichty valley and adjacent to a small stream known as the Gelly Burn. On the opposite side of the burn is located the mausoleum of the Graham family and the Main’s cemetery, which was formerly the site of the district’s kirk. So there you go, you didn’t know that did you?

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Castle Horror III, Halloween Family Event

Fingask Castle

Fingask Castle is located in Perthshire between the Dark lands of Dundee and Paranormal Perth  and just along from Rait.

The Castle and event is situated at;

Fingask Castle
Rait
Perthshire
PH2 7SA

Please view the map at the bottom of this page for directions.

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If you would like a wee history lesson,

The oldest part of the Castle was built by Partick Bruce in 1594. The Threiplands first came to Fingask at the end of the 16th Century, when Partick Threipland married a Miss Bruce. The Bruces had lived at Fingask since at least the 14th Century. During the 18th Century Fingask was plundered and occupied by Government Dragoons.

Visit www.fingaskcastle.co.uk for more information

 

Once you have arrived, there will be no need to tip toe past the tomb stones or thunder past the twisted toadstools. You will be met by Castle Horror’s very own bone-rattling bagpiper, then led to the pavilion adjacent to the castle for a fangtastic night of events.

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