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Ghost Hunts

Join us on a night of paranormal investigation and explore the most haunted sites in the UK.

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Are you fascinated by the paranormal? Do you want to experience the thrill of ghost hunting? Choose from our range of haunted sites and book your tickets now!

All tours include the following:

Inclusivity - We Aim To Consider All Disabilities, Medical Conditions And Phobias

A Closely Guided Tour That Ensures Your Safety And The Safety Of Others

A Range Of Fun, Scary, Supernatural Activites

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Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker

The Hack Green Secret Nuclear Bunker is a former government facility that was converted into a nuclear shelter in the 70s. It was designed to survive a nuclear attack and to coordinate defence and civil operations. The bunker remained secret for over 50 years until it was decommissioned and opened to the public in 1998.

Castle Street Police Station

Castle Street Police Station, formerly Bolton County Police Court and dating to 1876, is of special architectural and historic interest as a distinctive and well-preserved example of a purpose-built, mid-late C19 combined law court and police station that unusually dealt with both summary and capital justice.

The Watermillock

The Watermillock is a widely scattered village at right angles to the main road that runs alongside Ullswater. It is a farming community now turned holiday home centre, with a beautiful location overlooking Ullswater, and backed by Little Mell Fell. Much of the high ground around the village was once deer forest.

The Galleries of Justice

The Galleries of Justice Museum opened in the building in 1995. It was refurbished and rebranded as the National Justice Museum in 2017. The building houses two courtrooms, an underground jail and a site used for executions.

Shropshire Aero Club

Shropshire Aero Club was founded in 1955 by a group of local enthusiasts and today is the only civilian licensed airfield remaining in Shropshire.

Lllanyfllin Workhouse

Lllanyfllin Workhouse is a handsome stone building, listed Grade II. It's Britain's finest example of a workhouse built under the New Poor Law of 1834. It stands in the glorious countryside of Mid-Wales, close to the market town of Llanfyllin on the road leading to Lake Vyrnwy.

Llanerchydol Hall

Grade II listed, it is a magnificent, gothic, turreted mansion with a rich history dating back to the 1770s. It is situated in a magical landscape, of Grade II listed Repton designed parkland, only minutes from the long distance footpath, Glyndwr's Way.

Anzio Training Camp

Built in 1943 as a transit camp for the US Army, in 1946 it was taken over by Polish troops from Italy. Post-war the camp continued as a Polish civilian settlement until 1964 when those living there were rehoused on a new estate. In the early 80's the site was cleared and later Anzio Camp was opened there as a training camp for use by the regular army.

Gwyrch Castle

Gwrych Castle is a Grade I listed country house in North Wales, one of the first attempts at replicating true medieval architecture in Europe. It stands in 250 acres of gardens and grounds and has extensive views over former parkland including a deer park and the Irish Sea.

Shrewsbury Prison

HM Prison Shrewsbury was a Category B/C men's prison in Shrewsbury, Shropshire, England. It was decommissioned in March 2013, and is now open to the public. The Victorian prison as seen today sits on top of the original Georgian prison, the remains of which are still accessible underneath the current buildings.

Jedburgh Jail

The Jail was built in 1823 on the site of Jedburgh's medieval castle, which was destroyed in 1409. The new jail was designed by Archibald Elliot as a Howard Reform prison, a result of agitation by social advocate John Howard. It may look like a medieval castle on the outside, but inside is a different story.

Hawkstone Caves

Set in 100 acres of Parkland The Follies is a range of dramatic and rugged natural sandstone hills that were developed to include gullies, caves, towers and bridges, becoming one of the most visited landscapes in Britain during the 19th Century. There is a legend that one of the caves of Hawkstone Park was the burial ground of King Arthur.

Chirk Mill

Chirk Mill is a large three storey and attic building, constructed of brick with a slate roof. It is four bays wide and is extended to the south by a further bay. There are timber casement windows throughout and cross windows to the gable ends. To the west is the central entrance and a bracketed cantilevered hoist bay.

Tutbury Castle

Tutbury Castle is a medieval castle in Staffordshire, England, that has a long and rich history. It was built by the Normans in the 11th century, and later rebuilt and expanded by the de Ferrers family and John of Gaunt, the second Duke of Lancaster. The castle is best known for being one of the prisons of Mary Queen of Scots, who was held there four times before her execution.