Ghosts, Ghouls and Murder most foul

Ghost tour guides

Ghost Walk & “Spooky Dinner”

Ghosts, ghouls and spooks are all part of a guided walk around old Birmingham.  We take a walk, maybe 2 hours long, through the City’s past history, telling stories along the way of hunger riots, plague, public executions, mysterious happenings and murder most foul.
Your Parties starting point is 60 Severn Street, then wending its way through the theatre quarter up to  the Town Hall past the Trocadero pub with it’s tale or two and into the graveyard of St Phillips Cathedral,  then back via the back alleys and canal tow paths of historic Birmingham to an evocative candle-lit 5 course “Spooky” dinner/lunch in our atmospheric Dining Room, that has a few interesting stories of its own to tell.
Our Heart of England ‘Blue Badge’ Guide(s) recommend a preferred minimum Party(s) size of 20 with a maximum of 50 to really appreciate this fascinating walk.
The walk is rated easy to very easy walking, stout shoes or trainers being essential with wet weather ‘ponchos’ provided if necessary.
What you said

…..The guides where very good, and extremely knowledgeable about the area….and their enthusiasm for the history came through. On arriving back at Sixty Severn Street, we had a champagne reception and then sat down for a beautifully candle lit dinner, with the most excellent food…..the atmosphere was brilliant (helped by more ghoulish stories in between courses) and the staff where very friendly with a very good personal touch.  The evening went off wonderfully.  I would highly recommend this to anyone wanting to have a fun and enjoyable evening……”

NS/RB  Birmingham/Durham Universities  April 2013

“….The food was great and you could probably improve your profit margins as there was miles more than we needed! The ghost walk guides were brilliant and it was a lovely way to see parts of the city we might not otherwise have seen…….”

C Mc  Glasgow     2012

…The Spooky Night was absolutely brilliant, and probably the best night I have been to for a long time …..”

LL  Staffordshire    2012