It was many years ago that the men in black of the Ghost Trail of York ventured forth into the dimly lit courtyards and murky alleyways of the ancient city. Requested as they were by many who feared that the true history of the darker side of York was not adequately represented to those members of the general public who, being already acquainted with the city, sought to know it further. Since then they have imparted with wit and propriety stories of desperate dark deeds and true tales of terrible tragedies to a public which has expressed a genuine, if morbid interest in the authentic accounts of York’s long, glorious and gruesome history.
Q: Is it scary?
A: Yes. And fun.
Q: How long does the walk last?
A: 70 minutes approx.
Q: Is the walk push chair and wheelchair friendly?
A: Yes. Mostly level ground with some kerbs and a few cobbled sections.
Q: What happens if it rains?
A: We press on into the Tempest!
“Blow wind and crack thy cheeks! Rage! Blow!”
So wrap up and bring a brolly.
Q: Is the walk suitable for children?
A: Yes. As many children as there are sands on the beach have attended and enjoyed.
Q: What should we do if we want to bring a larger group?
Please ring or email ahead if you have more than 15 people. It’s usually OK to join the 7:30pm Ghost Trail or if suitable we can arrange a private tour for schools, works groups, guides, scouts, hens, conferences, etc.
Q: Do we need to book?
Q: Does the Ghost Trail run every night?
A: Yes. Except Christmas Day
Q: Where does the Ghost Trail meet?
A: 7:30pm every evening from the West Doors of York Minster (beneath the twin bell towers) – whatever the weather!
Q: What is the price?
A: Adult £4 Child £2.
Q: Why choose the Ghost Trail?
A: It’s multi award winning and the only Ghost Walk in York to be lauded with a County Yorkshire Tourist Board White Rose award for tourism.
Q: Can I make a private booking?
A: Yes. Please email email@example.com or call 00 44 1904 633276