St Fagans Museum Premium Ghost Walk

WE NEVER SELL THROUGH AGENTS. Tickets only valid if purchased directly from us with a unique order number allocated by us

A chilling 130 minute journey through "The most haunted museum in the country"

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For a sample of some of the stories we tell click 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 during the tour)

Take a night time walk through St Fagans National Museum of History, Wales's top heritage attraction, a 100 acre wooded parkland filled with historic buildings in a unique village museum setting.

Discover why this is called the most haunted museum in the country: where certain buildings seem to have kept their ghosts! Or maybe they are ghostly echoes of the Civil War battle fought on this site in 1648. 

We walk through the lanes of the enclosed site and enter the dark buildings for true stories of their reported phenomena. 

Ghost Walk participants have exclusive night time access to the 100 acre historic site and its buildings!

Also, as we cluster in the darkened medieval church and other buildings, learn why Wales is viewed by many as the world's most haunted country, rich in "ghostlore" and superstition. 

IMPORTANT: THIS IS NOT A STAGED SHOW, GHOST HUNT OR PARANORMAL INVESTIGATION!

 It is a walk with true stories of ghostly phenomena told in the dark atmospheric buildings. No one "jumps out", and it is not a "ghost hunt". We might experience the unexplained but this cannot be guaranteed.

 

Practicalities

To check dates and book please click here

Price:  £15.00 per person (£15.50 from April 2018) (PRICES MAY VARY FOR SPECIAL OCCASIONS SUCH AS LATE NIGHT WALKS AND THE DIFFERENT PRICES WILL BE ADVERTISED ON BOOKING)  

Terms and conditions: Please read the terms and conditions/house rules by clicking here

Duration: 130 minutes.

Location and check-in point:  Main Car Park entrance, St Fagans National History Museum, Cardiff, CF5 6XB. This is 4 miles west of Cardiff City Centre. Check in is at the entrance to the museum car park. Click HERE for a map (also, see "Getting there" below). Once you are checked in you will be directed to the main car park where you can park free of charge. 

Start time: These vary depending on time of year. Please check when booking. 

GATES CLOSE ONCE THE TOUR STARTS SO PLEASE CHECK IN A MINIMUM OF 10 MINUTES BEFORE THE SCHEDULED START TIME, SO PLEASE BE ON TIME!

What to expect: A walk with true stories of ghostly phenomena told in the dark atmospheric buildings. No one "jumps out", and it is not a "ghost hunt". We might experience the unexplained but this cannot be guaranteed.

What should I wear?: Wear comfortable shoes and please dress to keep warm and dry. We are indoors for the stories but walk outdoors between buildings. Therefore, dress appropriately for the conditions. 

What should I bring?Please bring a torch (flashlight) or tell us if you need to borrow one.

What should I NOT bring?: No large backpacks or rucksacks allowed on tour. No food or drink (except for medical reasons). You might be asked to carry shoulder bags by hand.

Is it suitable for children?: 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). 

Accessibility: This tour is wheelchair accessible but limits on space in the buildings mean we can only accommodate one wheelchair user per tour. Please call us on 07538 878609 before booking.

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.


Getting there:

By Car: M4 motorway to junction 33. The Museum is signposted from junction 33 of the M4 motorway (follow road signs for the Museum of Welsh Life), with direct access from the A4232. You can also access the museum from the St Fagans village end (the road entrance adjacent to the river Ely at the foot of Castle Hill).

By bus: Public transport is very limited in the evenings and is Monday to Saturday ONLY. 

18:10 Cardiff Central Bus Station, Bus number 320. Arrival time 18:28. Please ask the driver to tell you when you arrive at St Fagans Church. Please walk towards the T-junction and turn right, down castle hill for approximately 100 metres. Please take care walking down this road as it is narrow and has a narrow sidewalk/pavement. At the foot of the hill the entrance drive way to the museum is on your right before you reach the level crossing. Follow the drive for approximately 200 metres until you arrive at the car park.

Please note that there is no return bus service to the city centre.