Award winning Ghost Walk with magical entertainment, in Shakespeare's Stratford upon Avon.
Join Blake Barrington, Vincent, Jocasta Spell, Grubb, MIB or Rosemary, for an entertaining walk around the 'haunted' streets of Stratford upon Avon. Discover the buildings where there are terrible tales and sinister stories of ghosts, witches, murder and misery. Hear about the witch who lived in a slum, the 17th century haunted tearoom and the phantom at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Don't go home alone tonight!
- MON, THU, FRI, SAT
- Starts at 7.30 pm
- Duration 1 ½ hours
- Save money with your ticket
- Special Halloween Ghost Walk on 31 October - book early!
- Groups by arrangement
The guides are highly qualified professional magicians and members of Equity, or entertainers and deliver Stratford's premier ghost walk in their own unique style. A magical and ghostly evening - not to be missed!
The Ghost Walk starts by the fountain on Waterside, just opposite the junction of Sheep Street and near the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.
It is necessary to reserve places in advance for this highly acclaimed walk. Please telephone (if on the day, before 6pm) on 07855 760377 or 01789 292478.
Children (under 16) £4
May not be suitable for young children
Make use of the discount vouchers on your ticket to save money in Stratford at specially selected shops, restaurants and attractions - if you dare. Some are said to be haunted! There is no sell-by date on the vouchers. More info see Discounts
The Ghost Walk is not usually cancelled due to the weather, so please dress accordingly. The walk is classed as 'easy', walking boots/shoes are not necessary, but comfortable footwear is advisable. There may be occasions when the footpaths are wet or slippery with ice or snow. The Ghost Walk is risk-assessed and every effort is taken to ensure the safety and comfort of all customers. However, customers participate at their own risk and must make their own decision about suitability.
Please note that the ghost walk may be cancelled if there are insufficient numbers, so it is necessary to reserve places.
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