Welcome ghost hunters and join a dark and ancient mission, seeking out the ghoulish residents of this historic city. The Original Nottingham Ghost Walk is oldest and only local experience and is sure to have knees knocking!
Begin your dive into the unknown at Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, which is England's oldest inn, as well as quite a mouthful! From here you’ll venture into the creepiest corners of the town like the shadow of the Castle, an actual graveyard and will end us in the caves beneath Ye Olde Salutation Inn. It’s an adventure for only the bravest spook stalkers and could possibly be a bit too much for young kids.
You’ll be guided by professional storytellers in full period costume, honouring the tradition of street theatre. Their recounting of ancient tales has had guests shrieking since 1993, as have the many sightings of spirits on the tour! Private tours are also available on request.
- A ghost hunt throughout Nottingham
- Fully costumed storytellers
- Private tours on request
Every Saturday throughout the year, from the first Saturday in January to the first Saturday in December, inclusive.
At 19:00 from Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem Inn.
Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, Brewhouse Yard,
Kids (9-14): £3.00
Under 9's: Free (at parental discretion)
Yes, there is parking nearby.
On-street parking is available, adjacent to Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem, for only £1.00, after 18:00.
A number of public car parks are available within 1/2 mile of the walk.
No, there are no toilets available.
Toilet facilities are available at the start & end of the walk; at Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem and Ye Olde Salutation.
No, there are no baby changing facilities.
The Original Nottingham Ghost Walk has not told us if you can bring a picnic.
There are no baby food/milk warming facilities available.
No, there are no dining options.
Yes, The Original Nottingham Ghost Walk is wheelchair friendly.
Yes, The Original Nottingham Ghost Walk have stated they are pushchair friendly.
Dogs are welcome on the Ghost Walk. However, owners should be aware that access to the caves, at the end of the walk, is quite steep and may not be suitable for all dogs.