Discover the secrets to Worcester's hidden past

Worcester, Worcestershire

Visit one of the most historic and haunted cities in England and learn about the secrets of the city on a historic walking tour.

You will have exclusive access to some of Worcester's most historic and haunted locations on the Ghost Walk of Worcester including Worcester Guildhall, St Swithun's Church and The Commandery.

Specific highlights of the Ghost Walk of Worcester tour include having access to the hidden cells below the Worcester Guildhall, where it is reported that the perfume of a long-deceased lady still hangs in the air and visitors report sudden drops in temperature.

You can also hear about the Roman connections, devastating Viking raids, Elizabeth I and the bloody Battle of Worcester as you tour the historic places of interest including the magnificent Worcester Cathedral. Costumed guides will entertain you as you stroll around the medieval streets and along the riverside, listening to tales of yesteryear and hearing about the famous and infamous characters who helped to shape the city we know and love today.

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