The Original King’s Lynn Ghost Tour
Come and listen to ghost stories and legends with The Original King’s Lynn Ghost Tour.
We will begin our journey at the Saturday Market Place with a walk of around 1.8 miles, taking approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes, finishing at the Tuesday Market Place.
The tour is suitable for 12 years+ only as some of the content may be a little gory and upsetting for a younger audience.
Please wear sensible shoes to walk in as we will encounter cobbles and kerbs.
If you’re unsteady on your feet this may not be for you.
The route is suitable for wheelchairs as we have alternative options and dropped kerbs where needed.
Depending on the time of year you might like to bring a torch or lantern with you, those streets can be very dark in places,
Feel free to take photographs, but no filming please.
In the warmer weather please bring a bottle of water with you to drink.
Alcohol is not permitted on the tour and if you appear drunk on arrival you will be asked to leave.
Ticket prices are £10 per person and can be booked direct with me through private message on this page. Payment method is PayPal or credit/debit card.
A full refund will only be given due to illness or if we have bad weather where it wouldn’t be safe to go ahead and the walk has to be cancelled.
So if it looks like rain get your wellies on and grab a brolly.
Any questions or queries please don’t hesitate to ask.
I’ll look forward to spooking you soon 👻👻👻
With the current situation that we’re in you will need to social distance on the walk, keeping in your family/friend groups.
It’s advised that you bring along a mask, even though we are outside we might pass through more crowded areas or pass others in alleyways etc.
It is completely your choice if you want to wear a mask or not, these are just guidelines.
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