|The Llandaff Ghost Walk
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Llandaff Ghost Walk in the top 5 UK ghost walks in 2012! Read about it here.
The Llandaff Ghost Walk on BBC Radio Wales news 12TH March 2011 "GOOD MORNING WALES"
CHECK OUT OUR LLANDAFF GHOST WALK TRAILER here ! IMPORTANT: This trailer is intended as a bit of fun to illustrate the stories you will hear on the tour. We do not "stage" fake ghostly phenomena.
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Enjoy an atmospheric ghost walk in the ancient "city within a city"just a 15 minute bus ride from Cardiff City Centre.
Mysterious, sad and terrifying true tales await: a mournful white lady, seen for generations near the river and in the woodlands; a sinister, hooded and faceless man in black; a hideously ugly witch-like demon, a portent of death; curious ghostly children, seen, heard and felt throughout the route.
All these and many more tales, ancient and modern, await!
In case it all gets too much, end the evening with spirits of a different kind, in one of Llandaff’s many pubs!
IMPORTANT: THIS IS NOT A "GHOST HUNT" OR PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION. The stories we tell are all true. Occasionally incidents occur which cannot be explained and we talk about these on the tour. However, we do not attempt to "communicate" and electronic equipment is not allowed.
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Premium tour (2 hours) £11*
Essential tour (80 mins) £8*
*Occasionally prices may vary on special occasions. Where this is the case the price for the date is shown on the booking information for that date
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Location: Walks start from the large stone cross at the junction of Heol Fair and the Cathedral Green in Llandaff. Post code is CF5 2DZ: Click HERE for a map.
Time: Check-in times vary. Please check on booking. Walks set off at the latest 10 minutes after check-in time.
What to expect: A walk with true stories of ghostly phenomena told amidst the wooded lanes, pathways and ruins around Llandaff Cathedral. No one "jumps out", and it is not a "ghost hunt". We might experience the unexplained but this cannot be guaranteed. The walk is on public land/footpaths so passers-by might occasionally be present although we endeavour to ensure a secluded atmospheric experience for our group. Please note that there are no toilets on the route.
What should I wear?: Dress to be warm, dry and protected. The walk is all outdoors and can be cold throughout the year, sometimes muddy, sometimes with long grass and brambles/nettles close by.
What should I bring?: Please bring a torch (flashlight) or tell us if you need to borrow one.
What should I NOT bring?: No alchohol allowed. For the sake of all participants, anyone intoxicated or disruptive will be banned without a refund.
Is it suitable for children?: Not suitable for young children. Minimum age 12. 12-18 year olds must be accompanied by an appropriate number of adults (ie parent or legal guardian). Certain stories have dark/adult themes so parental discretion is advised.
What about youth groups?: (eg scouts/guides/community youth groups) Please call us first. We can offer private tours at a discount for which the tone, choice and content of the stories is selected in discussion with group leaders. However, in the best interests of all we do not allow youth groups on public scheduled tours without prior arrangement/agreement.
Photography/recording?: no photographs while stories are being told please, and no audio/video recording at any time.
WE DO NOT STAGE OR SET UP ANY "GHOSTLY" INCIDENTS AND THERE ARE NO LIGHTING OR SOUND EFFECTS. This is a walk with true accounts of paranormal experiences in this place and enduring local legends of ghosts, told at the atmospheric spots where they are said to have occurred. It is not a "ghost spotting" experience, and paranormal activity cannot (unfortunately!) be guaranteed, although reported experiences during the walk are not uncommon.
Walks start from the large stone cross at the junction of Heol Fair and the Cathedral Green in Llandaff. Post code is CF5 2DZ: Click HERE for a map.
By bus from Cardiff city centre
Ask your driver to tell you when to get off for Llandaff Cathedral. 5 minute walk from the bus stop down Llandaff High Street to the meeting point on the Cathedral Green.
From City Centre (Ask to alight at the Maltsters Pub / Black Lion Pub):
19.05: Westgate Street Cardiff (Bus stop KP). Cardiff Bus number 63. Arrival time: 19:18
19:18: Holiday Inn Castle Street (Bus stop KQ). Stagecoach Bus number 122. Arrival time: 19:26
19.25: Westgate Street Cardiff (Bus stop KP). Cardiff bus number 25. Arrival time: 19.39
20:05: Westgate Street Cardiff (Bus stop KP). Cardiff Bus number 63. Arrival time: 20:18
20.25: Westgate Street Cardiff (Bus stop KP). Cardiff Bus number 25. Arrival time 20:37
21:05: Westgate Street Cardiff (Bus stop KP). Cardiff Bus number 63. Arrival time 21.18
Return to City Centre: (From bus stop outside Barclays Bank, opposite The Maltsters Pub)
22:49 Barclays Bank, Cardiff Road. Bus Number 63. Arrival time: 23:00
23:03* Barclays Bank, Cardiff Road. Bus Number 66. Arrival time: 23:11
(*this service terminates at Cardiff Castle)
- A4119 (Cathedral Road, Cardiff Road, Llantrisant Road). Follow signs to Llandaff/Llandaff Cathedral.
- Turn into Llandaff High Street at the Black Lion Pub. Free evening parking at surface car park opposite Spar supermarket.
- walk out of car park and turn immediately right following the High Street past the Butcher's Public House. The road then bends to the left and wait at the large stone cross before you.
From M4 (East of Cardiff) - leave M4 at Junction 29 on A48(M), then after 3 miles the A48 (Eastern Avenue). Remain on A48 and go past the University of Wales Hospital, Gabalfa Interchange, Tesco Extra and Cardiff Metropolitan University. Take left exit following signs for A4119 and Llandaff Cathedral.
From M4 (West of Cardiff) - leave M4 at Junction 32 on A470 South. Remain on A470 until Gabalfa Interchange. Turn right on to A48 (Western Avenue) and after 1 mile take left exit and follow signs for A4119 and Llandaff Cathedral.