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Liverpool Ghost Walking Tour

  • Discover Liverpool’s dark past on a ghost walk led by entertaining guides
  • Visit a cemetery, a cathedral, and one of Britain’s most haunted streets
  • Chill to eerie tales of murder, mayhem, and wandering souls
Liverpool Ghost Walking Tour
From USD 20.25
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Liverpool Ghost Walking Tour
From USD 20.25

At the heart of every good ghost walk lies a great guide. Fans of the paranormal will chill to the storytelling expertise of your local leader as you stroll Liverpool’s city center. Stops include Rodney Street, the graveyard at the Liverpool Cathedral, and St. Andrew’s Cemetery, where a pyramid is supposed to house a man who sold his soul to the devil.

What to Expect

As darkness covers the city, greet your guide on Hope Street and stroll towards Rodney Street, the scene of as many as 40 ghost sightings. Hear the tragic tale of Polly and chill to the story of Lantern Jaw.

At St. Andrew’s Cemetery, discover the mystery of the gloomy pyramid, said to contain the unquiet spirit of a Victorian man who sold his soul to the Devil during a poker game.

Finally, visit the Liverpool Cathedral. More than 58,000 bodies rest in its graveyard, and sightings of wandering souls are countless. Bid your guide farewell here—and explore further, if you dare.

Reviews (97)
1 - 5 of 79 reviews
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile
Spooky and Fun!

Had such a great time.on my tour! I am visiting Liverpool on my own, and always try to fit in a ghost tour when I'm traveling. This tour was a really great time, the two guys who ran it (I forgot their names, unfortunately) were...More

Thank rkb422
Reviewed 4 days ago
A night out with a difference.

Wanted something different.....which it was. We met outside phil pub on a wet dark night our guides ” Shilla Black “ and her sister made it a great night full of laughs while frightening us to death.plenty of interesting stories of the area. Shilla and...More

Thank 99Tilly9
Reviewed 1 week ago
fun filled evening

This walk is amazing to all who are wondering if it's worth it I can guarantee its 100% worth going the tour guides are amazing they add some fun into it as well I'm definitely going again when next on holiday in liverpool

Thank 676roseann
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile
Fab experience!!

We visited Shiverpool as part of the Forensic Psychology and Criminal Justice society. I had an amazing time and even though I was scared a little🙈the actors told the stories so well and were really funny too. I would definitely recommend the Hope Street tour...More

Thank emilyykerr
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Very enjoyable "Hope Street Shivers" tour

We went on this tour on November 1st and it was thoroughly enjoyable. Our guides (I can't remember both their names right now) were excellent; both humorous and engaging throughout, keeping the atmosphere up for two hours that absolutely flew by. Despite the large size...More

Thank DavidRafferty90
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23 September 2018|
Response from DawnV238 | Reviewed this property |
Probably shouldn’t do it then...
Nicole M
4 September 2018|
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Response from DawnV238 | Reviewed this property |
It depends how many weeks you are and how you are feeling really. As the person below has said, it is about 2 hours walking with stops along the way. I would think that is the only obstacle, if you are feeling well and you... More