Rifles Museum Salisbury £49

Rifles-Museum

Locally known as ‘The Wardrobe’, Rifles Museum is a Military Museum situated on Salisbury’s Cathedral Close. There have been buildings on the site since the 13th Century and parts of the current structure date back to the 1540s. The Museum has many interesting artefacts to look at from the First and Second World War, and

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Newsham Park Hospital £49

Newsham Park Hospital

The building which is now known as Newsham Park Hospital in Liverpool, was opened in 1874 a home for the orphans of British seamen. The orpanage expanded until by 1918 there were over 1000 children living on this site in conditions which have been described as cruel and harsh. The orphanage survived until 1949, and

Niddry Street Vaults £59

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Edinburgh is a fascinating city, both geologically and historically and these two elements meet in the vaults beneath the city. Because it is built on steep ground it lent itself to the building of vaults, rooms beneath street level, which could house many families cheaply, because in effect the space didn’t exist at ground level.

Woodchester Mansion £55

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Located near Nympsfield in Woodchester, this Gothic Revival Mansion is steeped in ghostly and unexplained history. The mansion was famously left unfinished in 1868 after the builders who were working on the manor abandoned construction never to return. The reasons for the abandonment were never explained. The manor appears to be finished from the outside,

30 East Drive – SOLD OUT

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30 East Drive is an unassuming semi-detached house on the Chequerfield Estate in Pontefract. It also has a reputation as one of the most haunted houses in Britain. In the 1970s it was home to 12 year old Diane Pritchard and her family. The events that unfolded in that home led to the entire family

Old Nick Theatre £39

Old Nick Theatre

Built in the 19th century the Old Nick theatre in Gainsborough, originally served as the Divisional Headquarters of the Lincolnshire Constabulary and the Magistrates Court, a role it fulfilled for more than 100 years. In 1979 the courtroom was converted into the present theatre, although the structure of the building is largely unaltered. The premises

Jedburgh jail – £49

jedburg jail

Once considered the most modern jail in the country Jedburgh jail is a Georgian building first opened in 1823. It was built on the site of the much older Jedburgh castle which had been an important, and much fought over border stronghold before it was destroyed in by the Scots in 1409. The new jail

Annison Funeral Parlour £39

Annison Funeral Parlour

This former funeral parlour in Hull, which can be found at the junction of Great Union Street and Witham Street, was once home to the City of Hull Mounted Police, and would certainly look at home in any horror film, the buildings reputation more than matches its grim appearance. The funeral parlour which survived for

30 East Drive £59

30 east drive

30 East Drive is an unassuming semi-detached house on the Chequerfield Estate in Pontefract. It also has a reputation as one of the most haunted houses in Britain. In the 1970s it was home to 12 year old Diane Pritchard and her family. The events that unfolded in that home led to the entire family

Halloween @ Mill Street Barracks £49

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Dating from the middle of the 19th century Mill Street Barracks in St Helens has enjoyed a varied history. It was intended as accommodation for the armed forces but also has strong links to both a church and nunnery. It was once used as an isolation unit for TB sufferers, and during both World Wars

Halloween @ Kielder Castle £59

Kielder Castle

Set deep in the Northumberland woodland, on the edge of Kielder village, Kielder Castle is built on the remains of an ancient burial ground that dates back to at least 3000BC. The present day castle was constructed in 1775 by William Newton acting as architect for the Duke of Northumberland, the castle was intended to

Oxford Castle £49

oxford castle

Oxford Castle is a medieval castle built during the Norman Conquest and resides at the Heart of Oxfordshire. With a gory history of murder, execution and plotting, this castle is said to be intensely haunted by a number of different ghosts. It was originally built as a prison in 1071 by Robert d’Oilly and remained

30 East Drive £59

30 east drive

30 East Drive is an unassuming semi-detached house on the Chequerfield Estate in Pontefract. It also has a reputation as one of the most haunted houses in Britain. In the 1970s it was home to 12 year old Diane Pritchard and her family. The events that unfolded in that home led to the entire family

Tutbury Castle £49

Tutbury Castle

Tutbury Castle which is in Staffordshire is a great place to go to if you want an amazing ghost hunt. With the amount of ghosts that have been spotted in and around the castle, activity is almost guaranteed! Even though many of the buildings around the castle are left in ruins mainly due to when

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