You don’t have to be a fan of Halloween to experience a wickedly fun evening of spooky entertainment. Trick or treat yourself to tickets to one of these five awesome ghost walks across the network, which can all be reached by GWR train. Just remember to keep your wits about you.
Join Brother Fergus and Doctor Lynch, two very unsavoury and very dead characters, as they take you on a journey through the deepest, darkest depths of Bath. The ghost tour, which has been running since 2015, will guide you to some of the most haunted locations in town, starting outside the famous Bath Abbey and returning you to the city centre 90 minutes later. Tours can get busy so book tickets in advance, if you dare.
Dark, paranormal stories haunt the narrow alleyways and cobbled streets of London. Ghost expert and author, Richard Jones, is renowned in the capital for his spooky and atmospheric tours, which provide an unrivalled insight into the Big Smoke’s haunted past. Experience some serious chills and discover for yourself the many twisted tales that lurk in the corners of our old historic capital.
Oxford is full of spine-chilling tales and what better way to hear them than in an eerie evening tour around the esteemed University City. Walk through the quiet streets past the Bodleian and university colleges, down gloomy alleyways as the sun fades into a cold dark night. Perhaps you feel a cool breeze as your tour guide regales a haunting story from the 16th century. Let’s just hope it was the wind and not something more sinister…
Southampton, Portsmouth and Windsor
This award-winning supernatural events company offers some of the most original and blood-curdling ghost walks in the UK, with top tours in Southampton, Portsmouth and Windsor. It’s not all doom and gloom, though. These guides aim to entertain, thrill and educate along the way, so expect plenty of laughs – as well as frights – throughout the evening.
Delve into the darker side of Bristol’s history in this fascinating tour that will take you to the city’s famous haunted cinema, a 16th century haunted house, and TV and film locations that contain many secret twists and turns. The plot thickens…