Stratford-on-Avon Places to Stay
Stratford Town Ghost Walk
on Waterside by the Swan fountain,
opposite the junction of Sheep Street, Stratford upon Avon
(Correspondence address - The End, The Nashes, Clifford Chambers,
Stratford upon Avon. CV37 8JB)
Tel : +44 07855 760377 / +44 01789 292478
Magical Ghost Walk around the 'haunted' streets of Stratford-upon-Avon. Every Saturday all year, (plus Halloween special on 31 Oct), private walks for groups and additional walks at busy periods.
Join The Man in Black, Vincent, Herbert Mortimer or Jocasta, for an entertaining walk around haunted Stratford to hear ghostly stories, with a little entertainment.
Discover the buildings seeping with tales of witches, ghosts, murder and mayhem. For example, the witch who lived in a slum, the 17th century haunted tearoom and a ghost at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Good old-fashioned story-telling with entertainment. The guides are professional entertainers or actors - it promises to be a magical and ghostly evening. Be afraid, very afraid....
Booking is essential, please telephone a few days before or on the day, (before 6pm) on 07855 760377 to reserve your place.
Walk starts from Waterside, by the Swan fountain, opposite the junction of Sheep Street and near the Royal Shakespeare Theatre. Duration 1 1/2hrs (approx.)
Each customer is given a ticket with 5 tear-off discount vouchers. There is no use-by date on the vouchers and they can be used at a range of shops, restaurants, pubs and attractions - including the 'haunted' Old Thatch Tavern pub and Shakespeare Hotel, not forgetting 30% off entry to the Shakespeare Houses.
Groups welcome by arrangement. For more information about our Ghost Walk or popular sightseeing town walk please call 07855 760377 or visit https://www.stratfordtownwalk.co.uk/index.php?id=47
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Stratford Town Ghost Walk facilities include:
- In town/city centre
- Of historic, literary or architectural interest
- Outdoor event/attraction
- Guided tours available for groups
- Guided tours available for individuals
- Educational Visits Accepted
- Suitable for families
- Booking essential
- Groups accepted
- Pets accepted (other than service dogs)
- Special group rates
- TIC staff admitted free
Stratford Town Ghost Walk accessibility includes:
- Designated parking within about 50 metres of main entrance
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