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Ghost Festival Program

The Ghost Festival will be held from April 29 to May 2 and May through May 9 at SNM - Múzeum Bojnice, Zámok Bojnice, 972 01 Bojnice. Tel.: 0862/543-0624, 543-0633, fax: 0862/543-0051 www.bojnicecastle.sk
Following is the weekend schedule of events. An abbreviated schedule of events is held during the week.
Saturday 1.5.99 and 8.5.99

The Ghost Festival will be held from April 29 to May 2 and May through May 9 at SNM - Múzeum Bojnice, Zámok Bojnice, 972 01 Bojnice. Tel.: 0862/543-0624, 543-0633, fax: 0862/543-0051 www.bojnicecastle.sk

Following is the weekend schedule of events. An abbreviated schedule of events is held during the week.

Saturday 1.5.99 and 8.5.99

9:00-18:00 Ghostly Castle Tour- Witches, ghosts, devils and goblins roam the castle bringing castle legends and history alive. 17:00-20:30 Ghosts walk, 18:00-20:00 The Pharoh's Curse (1.5.99) or Paranormal Phenomena (8.5.99) Talks in Slovak. 21:00-22:00 Lux in tenebris (Light Into Darkness) Audio-visual reconstruction of Bojnice Castle history through tales told by play actors with sound, light and special effects. 22:30-23:30 Lux in tenebris (Light Into Darkness)

Sunday 2.5.99 and 9.5.99

9:00-17:00 Ghostly Castle Tour, 17:00-20:30 Ghosts walk, 18:00-20:00 Paranormal Phenomena (2.5.99) or The Pharoh's Curse (9.5.99), 21:00-22:00 Lux in tenebris (Light Into Darkness)

Entrance Fees Ghostly Castle Tour
Adults - 150 Sk,
Children - 70 Sk (free for children under 6 years old)
Lux in tenebris - 100 Sk
Special programs- 100 Sk

Attention: During the festival, regular castle tours are not available.

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