- Prepare for a spook-tacular adventure with a fun street entertainer and history expert
- Learn 800 years' worth of terrifying tales surrounding Liverpool's Cathedral Quarter of Hope Street and beyond
- Look for ghosts in the city's Georgian Quarter, and visit a cemetery that's home to over 58,000 buried people
Looking for something different to do with friends or family in Liverpool? We've got a ticket that's scary good value! Join a spirited street theatre entertainer and expect the unexpected on a goosebumpy tour around Hope Street, covering Liverpool's hauntingly spooky history.
Your tour will start outside Liverpool's most historic alehouse, The Philharmonic Dining Rooms, an ornate Victorian pub.
Wander past the city's striking cathedrals, learn why so many dentists popped up along Rodney Street, and marvel at the Georgian architecture.
Uncover the mysterious story of William MacKenzie's blackened pyramid tomb. Bear witness to the faded grandeur of the old Wellington Rooms, and don't forget your camera. You might capture some phantoms on film as you explore the shadowy opulence of the city's Old Town.
The tour will wrap up beneath Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral in St. James' haunted cemetery. Almost 58,000 souls rest here, and it is said that something sinister has lurked in this very place for the past 100 years...
- Show your smartphone ticket to the guide at the meeting point, outside The Philharmonic Dining Rooms
- Please arrive 10 minutes before departure time
- If you are late by 5-10 minutes, head down Hope Street for The Catholic Cathedral of Christ the King
- The tour ends at the Anglican Cathedral on Upper Duke Street in the city centre
- Cancellations are possible up to 72 hours before your visit date
- Changes may be possible for this ticket