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is it ok for kids? back
we suggest kids are older than 9-
is it scary? back
That depends on you! Many of our stories include scary elements and some people do find it quite scary, particularly the caves towards the end of the tour. We have had a number of people faint during a very gory part of an execution story (although we don’t try for this!). We aim to entertain rather than terrify, but we do hope to build a spooky atmosphere in many of our stories.
what is a Ghost Walk? back
To get a brief idea of what a ghost walk is, check out our YouTube channel.
A ghost walk is a walking, story-
will we see a ghost? back
We’d love to say “Yes, every time!” but that would not be true. However, many people have genuinely seen a ghost on our tours. It is the same ghost that appears in the same location, but we don’t want to say any more here, as we’ll tell you all about it on the tour -
what does NOT happen on a Ghost Walk? back
We are a story-
what about the weather? back
We run whatever the weather! We have never cancelled a regular Saturday Nottingham Ghost Walk due to weather . As we are out of doors a lot of the time, come dressed up for the weather as appropriate.
how many people turn up (will we be on our own?) back
For over a decade our average Saturday attendance has been around 50 people, so you are highly unlikely to be on your own! Smaller groups can be 10-
can we bring dogs? back
Assistance dogs for the visually impaired are welcome. Otherwise, we prefer that you do not bring dogs on the Ghost Walk, sorry. We love dogs, but they can get in the way of the group and distract people.
do we get a drink? back
No, but you can of course buy your own drinks at the Salutation (which has an excellent selection of Real Ale and Cider) before or after the tour. We do not visit any other pubs on the tour and you must finish your drinks before the tour starts.
Most of the route is accessible for wheelchairs or ‘buggies’, except the caves for the last 20 minutes or so of the tour. Please note there are no accessible toilet facilities at The Salutation Inn where we start and end the ghost walk. The nearest accessible facilities are at Greyhound Street, just off the Market Square, about 8-
* cave access: over the past 22 years we have been able to get in the caves at The Salutation Inn about 99% of the time. Access is however beyond our control and we cannot guarantee it. There are no refunds if the caves happen not to be available, and we’re sure you’ll still have a great tour! Cave entry is entirely at your own risk. Steps are steep and irregular and floor surfaces are uneven, and there may be dark areas between lighting points. The caves are not suitable for wheelchairs or those with walking difficulties or heart problems. Low-
time: every Saturday at 7.00pm, all year (except Sat 26th Dec 2015) -
starts at: (inside) The Salutation Inn, Maid Marian Way, NG1 6AJ -
ends: in haunted caves* (entry at your own risk!) beneath The Salutation Inn (we may have to split larger
groups for cave access)
cost: £6 adults (£3 children, 11yrs and under), Family (2ad + 2ch) £15 -
how long: between 1¼ -
booking: no booking for Saturday events, just turn up -