Halloween Walking Tour
|Friday 30th October 2020, 6:00 pm||From £3.50|
Join us if you DARE this Halloween, at the arch at the end of Prince Street near Holy Trinity Church and opposite the statue of Andrew Marvel for a ghostly tour of some of Hull’s oldest cobbled streets, steeped in tales and mystery. We will take you to some of the hidden corners of Hull on a guided walk around the city’s historical Old Town.
You will be guided by local historian Mike Covell, whose spooky credentials have seen him appear on Most Haunted, Most Haunted Live and Paranormal Lockdown. Expect a whole raft of amazing Hull based tales and stories of big cats, sea serpents, ghosts, hauntings, ufo’s, witches, witchcraft, mysterious weather phenomena, and the unsolved history of street names, statues, and many of Hull’s buildings.
Please book early to avoid disappointment as there is a maximum of 15 places. No transport is provided for this trip. You will be expected to make your own way to the meeting point outside at Prince street near Holy Trinity Church in the town centre.
Tickets for this event are £3.50 and will be on sale from Monday 19th October until they sell out or Wednesday 28th October at 12pm. Please book your place for this event online in advance. No one will be allowed to turn up at the event without a ticket due to social distancing regulations.