When the sky grows dark and the street lamps flicker on, find your own way to the prearranged meeting point on Liverpool’s famous Hope Street. Make contact with your informative guides, and then prepare yourself for a terrifying tour of the city’s spookiest sights.
Huddle close to the rest of your group as you take your first tentative steps into Liverpool’s dark past. With your guides leading the way, leave behind the hustle and bustle of the main drag and head toward Rodney Street. With more than 40 reported ghost sightings, it is one of the most haunted streets in northern England.
As you walk, listen to the spine-chilling tales of the restless spirits who are said to roam the area after dark. Learn about ‘Lantern Jaw,’ the ghost of a man with a huge, square jaw who wears a flowing opera cloak and a top hat, and stay on the lookout for the ghost of Polly, a tragic woman in white who is said to haunt the former nurses’ home.
At St Andrew’s Cemetery, uncover the mystery behind the pyramid that is believed to contain the remains of William Mackenzie, a Victorian man who is said to have lost his soul to the Devil during a game of poker.
Finally, steel yourself as you enter the grounds of the Anglican Cathedral. The country's largest cathedral, it is also the final resting place of some 58,000 bodies. Hear more of the city’s hidden histories, and be sure to keep your wits about you — you never know what you might see.
After roughly 1.5 hours, your tour concludes outside the cathedral.
Hope Street, Liverpool
1 hour 30 minutes
For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience.
I have done a number of ghost related tours and this one was the best. "Ms. Black" and "Mr. White" were entertaining, funny and helpful as well. he pace was good, the guides involved all of us in the activity and there was the right balance of spooky and funny. Highly recommended.
I highly recommend this fun tour. Our tour guides worked very hard to entertain us with stories, keep us safe as we walked down the streets and answered our questions in a fun way. There were at least 40 of us on the tour, and each of us enjoyed the experience as if it were personalized especially for us. Our tour guides remembered our names, worked our names into their stories, and did not let down their energy for the entire 1 1/2 hour tour.
So. Much. Fun! Chiller Black and her brother pull off a fun and informative tour. We were there during the beast from the east - it was so cold and snowy, but they were troopers and kept our comfort in mind. They interacted with the tour, involving us in the stories - without being overdone. There were fun surprises along the way. If you are going to Liverpool and looking for a great evening event, do this! If I ever go back, I would do it again.
The Shiverpool tour was a lot of fun. And, I must admit, a bit scary at times, but that's what we did it for.
I would surely recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good laugh.
Excellent tour, Chiller Black was convincing and even involved the public in the tour. Robin ghost acted very good as well
Fantastic time had on this Ghost Walk, really well thought out... Book it
Fun activity more humour than horror unique and unusual lead lady Mary Poppins style very very able
This was great fun- street theatre at its best. Chilla Black was amazing- I would recommend to anyone to do this tour!
A splendid couple of hours in good fun company and some gruesome stories as well ! Highly recommended. No spoiler alerst in this review, but just do it !
The lady who took the Ghost walking tour was very entertaining, and her knowledge was good.
Dig up Liverpool’s spine-chilling past on this 1.5-hour ghost walking tour. With your enthusiastic guides leading the way, see some of the city’s most haunted sites and learn about the ghostly apparitions who have been sighted over the years. Feel your blood curdle and the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end as you wander down Liverpool’s Rodney Street, one of the most haunted streets in northern England. Then, end your tour with a visit to the chilling cemetery at Anglican Cathedral.