The Margam Premium Ghost Walk

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A night of Ghost Walks on Saturday 3rd November 2018

A night of Ghost Walks on Saturday 16th February 2019

An evening of ghost walks, including a spine tingling midnight ghost tour in the dark of Margam Castle!

Can't make this date? Why not have your own exclusive private ghost tour with us, for family, friends and colleagues?

To enquire about organising a private tour please click  here.


The Margam Premium Ghost Walk Night

THREE WALKS (each walk lasts 2 hours):

Saturday 3rd November 6pm check-in

Saturday 3rd November 8.30pm check-in

Saturday 3rd November 11pm check-in

Walks begin no later than 10 minutes after the check-in time

Saturday 16th February 2019 6pm (start)

Saturday 16th February 2019 8.30pm (start)

Saturday 16th February 2019 11pm (start)

The 2019 walks begin at the time shown. Please check in no later than 10 minutes beforehand

To book please click here

See Guide James Cowan on BBC1 telling some of Margam's ghost stories here !

margam chapter house night

This is the walk that created such a stir when it commenced in 2012, becoming one of the highest ranking attractions in the Neath Port Talbot area, according to the website Tripadvisor. 

This 2 hour walk begins at the Abbey ruins, with tales of its ghostly monks, told at the very spots where the monks of Margam Abbey lived, worked, died and now it seems, haunt.  The walk then progresses to Margam castle for tales of its ghosts,

The door will be opened and we will enter the old dark house for more stories.  After gathering in the towering entrance hall, we will climb the staircase and enter the upstairs bedrooms, for tales of ghostly phenomena witnessed over the years, told in the very spots where they have been reported seen, heard and felt. At times we will pause in silence just to absorb the atmosphere, and listen for any of the strange noises which have been known to travel down the dark passageways. The tales culminate on the landing where we take our seats for unnerving but true tales in the dark of frightening experiences and encounters at that spot.





To check times and to book please click here

This is a walk with stories of the ghosts reputed to haunt the park and the castle.  WE DO NOT STAGE OR SET UP ANY "GHOSTLY" INCIDENTS AND THERE ARE NO LIGHTING OR SOUND EFFECTS. It is NOT a paranormal investigation. However, at moments we will pause to "listen out" for any of the castle's inexplicable ghostly sounds.

All walks are 2 hours

Important information below:

  • Check in is at the Orangery Car Park which is accessed via the main park entrance. Drive past the main ticket office and follow the drive to the left to arrive at the Orangery Car Park. Please do not leave this area until guided.
  • Please be on time. Latecomers not admitted.
  • The route is mostly on tarmac/hard surfaces but does involve some parts on grass/rough ground. Therefore comfortable walking shoes/trainers essential.
  • Wrap up warm. Half the walk is outdoors, half indoors  but all areas can be very cold.
  • Route involves steps and a walk up the hill to Margam Castle. It is not wheelchair accessible.
  • Minimum age 13 years old.  
  • Not suitable for young children. Minimum age 13. 13-18 year olds must be accompanied by an appropriate number of adults (ie parent or legal guardian with maximum 3 young people per parent). 
  • Please bring a torch. Please let us know if you need to borrow one.
  • No alcohol, no smoking, or any other intoxicating substance allowed.
  • No audio or video recording
  • For full terms and conditions please click here 


From the South-East and South-West: the M4 motorway runs directly to Margam from London and from Heathrow (the M25/M24 from Gatwick Airport); the M5/M4 from the West Country; and the M6/M5/M50/M4 from the Midlands and the North; the M4 from West Wales.

Exit at Junction 38 and follow the signs to Margam Country Park (DO NOT confuse the entrance with the Abbey and Margam Stones Museum entrance). For a Google Street View of the park entrance please click here