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Join us for the internationally renowned Original Nottingham Ghost Walk; the city's longest running and most successful walking tour. Starting at the historical Trip to Jerusalem Inn, join us on a tour of the city's chilling and hidden history...more
Hours Today: 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, Brewhouse Yard | Walk starts from Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, Nottingham NG1 6AD, England
Sometimes on tours like this you can't always hear the guide, but not so here. Well-spoken and easy to hear he sure looked the part as well.
The tour is perfectly fine for kids as there were a few on the tour we went on....More
I am more interested in history than ghosts, and I felt that this tour was engaging. I learned something new about Nottingham´s history and now every time I pass some of the landmarks of the tour, I have a different appreciation for these buildings. I...More
I went on the walk with a couple of friends, not really knowing what to expect, but we all loved it! Our guide Simon was a brilliant story teller and was really able to bring the spooky (and sometimes pretty gruesome!) ghost stories of Nottingham...More
A excellent ghost walk , guide looked the part and was very engaging and informative . Please ignore the reviews that put one star and complain on lack of atmosphere/ghost sightings/ flute playing and price . It's a bargain for a hour and a half...More
I went on the Halloween ghost walk this evening which I didn’t feel was spooky at all.
The walk itself is not long really as there is story telling that goes on for a good 10/15 minutes at each place you stop.
I would not...More
Thank Laura M
Simon U, Owner at The Original Nottingham Ghost Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 7 November 2017
Hi Laura. I am very sorry you did not enjoy the ghost walk. I am sure you will appreciate that any ghost story is going to contain an historical element, especially if they are particularly old - as many of ours are. Perhaps you could...More
Good ghost tour and fun but, please, it is 2017 and it's just NOT OK to make "Backs against the walls" jokes about gay people. I'm a woman and I can live with the old 'henpecked husband' and 'battleship wife' but I refuse to find...More
A good tour with some interaction from the crowd with a volunteer being hung, drawn and quartered.
You start at the the Old Jerusalem Inn and you go to the outside of the castle, a graveyard and the Salutation Inn.
The guide we had was...More
Family of four did the ghost tour/walk, two boys 12 and 17. We all really enjoyed the tour, however I believe that it should and oould be better advertised as a Historical tour or walk, rather than a ghost walk. You don't see any ghosts,...More
Hello. We don't charge for children under 9 years old. The walk does include some rather graphic descriptions and the content is scary - as you would hope. As parents, we on the Ghost Walk realise that all children are... More
Hello. We don't charge for children under 9 years old. The walk does include some rather graphic descriptions and the content is scary - as you would hope. As parents, we on the Ghost Walk realise that all children are different and where some might be afraid, others may not be. Ultimately, children are welcome on the walk, but we leave it with you as the parent to decide. Hope this helps. Simon (walk owner)
Response from Dr David C | Property representative |
Hi – many thanks for your enquiry. I would say that you should certainly avoid the caves, which are about the last 20 or so minutes of the ghost walk, as the cave steps are steep and the floor uneven. We always recommend... More
Hi – many thanks for your enquiry. I would say that you should certainly avoid the caves, which are about the last 20 or so minutes of the ghost walk, as the cave steps are steep and the floor uneven. We always recommend anyone with any walking difficulties not to go in the caves. The rest of the route should be fine, there is just a little bit of uneven ground in the graveyard and some steps down from the Robin Hood statue. Our full Accessibility Statement can be found on our website under the About Us > Accessibility tab. Best Regards, David.