Haunted Shrewsbury: ghost tours of medieval town set to return
Ghost tours of Shrewsbury are set to return from Thursday 12 October 2017, giving you the chance to come face-to-face with the town’s spooky history.
Starting on 12 October, these tours will run every Thursday until 30 November and will begin at 7pm at the Visitor Information Centre and last approximately 90 minutes.
Shrewsbury is one of the most haunted towns in England, and a guided ghost walk is the ideal way to learn more about them.
Places visited on these spooky tours include Fish Street, Butcher Row, Wyle Cop, Barracks Passage, Shrewsbury Castle, Milk Street plus many more.
Did you know about the ghosts of several of Henry Tudor’s soldiers who were killed at the battle of Bosworth, that have been seen at Barrack Passage?
Learn about the matron and the nurse in the Parade shopping centre, and hear about the resident ghosts who are regularly seen in Prince Rupert hotel. Although our guides cannot guarantee any sightings, you will be intrigued by these stories and many more.
“We had a wonderful evening with Martin telling us about the Ghosts in Shrewsbury” – Previous tour goer
“We really enjoyed it and Anthony was great and really informative. It really made our trip to Shrewsbury enjoyable” – Previous tour goer
Tickets are £7.50 for adults and £2.50 for children.
These tours are always very popular, so to avoid disappointment pre-booking is essential as numbers are limited for each tour.
The Visitor Information Centre is open Monday – Saturday from 10am – 4pm and Sunday from 11am – 3pm. From 1 November, the Visitor Information Centre will be closed on Mondays.
For more details about exhibitions and events at Shrewsbury Museum & Art Gallery, click here.