The New City Centre Ghost Walk

Face Masks must be worn to protect Ghosts and Humans!!

COVID FRIENDLY

You will be split in to groups of no more than 6 people remaining 2 meters apart at all times for this walk.

 The now legendary City Centre Walk takes you around Derby City Centre.

Starting at our meeting point, Under Derby Guildhall Clock, Market Place, Derby. We head off to the site of Derby’s first Gaol for stories of witchcraft, execution and treason, then to the Fishmarket to hear the story of the murder of PC Moss the only policeman murdered in Derbyshire, plus Ghost stories of Little Sammy, Viking Skulls, Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Last Pressing to Death in England.

£15 per head

 

Friar Gate Ghost Walk

COVID FRIENLY

You will be split in to groups of no more than 6 people remaining 2 meters apart at all times for this walk.

The Gaol is Covid frendly with sanitisers, one way system.
Masks must be worn except when eating or drinking.

This walk starts and finishes at The Derby Gaol, On your way round you will hear stories of murders, executions, crime, punishment and ghostly occurrences.

We start with a brief tour of the Gaol, and continue the walk up to Derby’s 3rd and last County Prison on Vernon Gate visiting the execution room and the very haunted tower. We then walk down Agard Street to hear the story of the murder of Eliza Morrow and the last public execution in Derbyshire before returning to our Gaol for a Condemned Man’s Supper.

Then unlike so many that have been in the Gaol before, you will be permitted to go home!

Walks last approximately 3 hours, starting at 7pm and finishing around 10pm.

 

BAR OPEN FROM 6.30pm

PLEASE ARRIVE AT THE BACK ENTRANCE
TO DERBY GAOL ON AGARD STREET, DE1 1DZ
FREE CAR PARKING AT REAR

River Ghost Walk from Ye Olde Dolphin

Outside COVID FRIENLY

You will be split in to groups of no more than 6 people remaining 2 meters apart at all times for this walk.

The Gaol is Covid friendly with sanitisers, one way system. Masks must be worn except when eating or drinking. 

How many haunted sites are damp or wet? Marshlands, lakes, streams, and rivers.
Come and hear stories of the haunted history of Derby’s main artery, the River Derwent. (ghosts and history can’t be separated)

Come and join Richard Felix on his return to Derby’s oldest and most haunted pub Outside Ye Old Dolphin, for his new River Ghost Walk. There are thirteen known river ghosts between St. Mary’s Bridge and Exeter Bridge. Hear tales of executed Catholic priests, ghostly Viking long ships, suicides, fatal accidents and counterfeiting all held in the damp atmosphere of the River Derwent and the Markeaton Brook.

Widen your knowledge and let Richard explain his theories on ghosts including “the water tape theory” and complete your evening with a visit to Derby Gaol for a candle lit supper.

Please arrive at:
Outside Ye Olde Dolphin, Queen Street, Derby for 6.45pm

Darley Abbey Ghost Walk With Richard Felix

COVID FRIENDLY

You will be split in to groups of no more than 6 people remaining 2 meters apart at all times for this walk.

Join Richard Felix on the fascinating Ghost and History Walk around Darley Abbey Village and Park.
Hear the incredible stories of those who have stayed behind in Britain’s best-preserved Cotton Mill and the numerous religious ghosts that still haunt the site of one of the largest monastery’s in the British Isles.

The Walk starts from outside
The Abbey Public House, 6A Darley St, Darley Abbey DE22 1DX.
Please be there at least 15 minutes before the walk starts.

£15 per person

Dogs Welcome

Children Welcome

Public Overnight Vigils in two Jails

If you ever wondered what it would be like to take part in a paranormal investigation in the reputedly haunted Derby Gaol, you need wonder no more! Bar facilities are available! Included in the price a pie and mushy peas.

It may also be advisable to bring along some extra provisions… such as spare loo roll… if some of the eerie reports are anything to go by!

Not one but two Jails are are included The 1756 Jail in Friargate and Venon Street Prison.

Activities can include: Table Tilting, Glass Divination, Human Pendulam etc.

Included in the price a pie and mushy peas.
Price £35 per person

 

 

All Derby Ghost Walks start at 7pm sharp,
Darley Abbey Ghost Walk starts at 6pm sharp.

Please aim to be there 15 minutes before start.

Tours last approx. 3 hrs

The City Centre Walk starts from Ye Olde Dolphin Inne, Queen Street, Derby DE1 3DL.

Friargate Ghost Walk starts from Derby Gaol in Agard Street, DE1 1DZ.

Ghost Walks cost £25.00 per person
Children under 12, students and OAPs – £22.00

and the price includes a candlelit supper. 

Ghost Walks Includes a Candlelit Supper

City Centre Ghost Walk (Crime, Murder and Punishment)  –  Friar Gate Ghost Walk (The Hangman’s Walk)

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