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The multi award winning entertaining family Minster ghost walk. Leaving 7:30pm (prompt)every night from the West Doors of York Minster (beneath the twin bell towers)- whatever the weather. Equity qualified. Est. 1994
There isn’t a lot to do in the evenings, so I’ve done all the nighttime tours. This one is an excellent value for the price, a leisurely stroll through areas I missed on my walks with well-told ghost stories.
The guide, Greg, was a good laugh and seemed to take his role very seriously with the occasional joke. Would target the walk to adults more than children. The walk lasts an hour which is the perfect length of time. The prices are very good-...More
Not a ghost tour. The tour guide wasn't really dedicated to the nature of a ghost tour. He was more amusing, (telling jokes etc. ) instead of any "REAL" history. AND LETS BE CLEAR there is no history on this tour, it's all rubbish, just...More
Our guide was a Star! What a pleasant fellow.
We had an enjoyable, entertaining hour with him, striding around the locality of the Minster.
But in reality it was little to do with ghosts.
A few mentions of strange sightings, but only 1 explanation of...More
The gentleman taking our tour was lovely-welcomed everyone very warmly with a handshake and was very friendly. The route of the tour was interesting and showed nooks and crannies of York we might not have come across on our own. The tour got off to...More
Attended the tour last night with my Husband. Greg the guide was really friendly. Well mannered and whimsical. There where lots of stories on the way around the tour. And Greg’s way of story telling immersed us in the story just long enough to almost...More
Having already done tours in the past with other guides, I decided to try The Ghost Trail.
I arrived at 7.15 and was met by the guide. He was very friendly and was surprised that I had come out in the cold weather.