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Haunted Happenings / Spooky Nights
Stratford-on-Avon News, Stratford-on-Avon
40 Sheep Street
Tel : 01789 298070
Once the museum is closed, the ghost tours take place within the historic building every evening at 6pm and 4 times on Saturday (6pm, 7pm, 8pm, 9pm). There are no 'tricks' on the tours as such, but it is within a very old and reputedly haunted building. The costumed tour guides will lead you through the museum by lantern light relating the stories of the sightings and some of the history of the building.
The tour duration is around 1 hour (but can sometimes be slightly longer). There is a restricted amount of people allowed in each tour.
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