Wander Bath’s darker side with Ghost Walks of Bath

With its grand buildings and illuminated shopping streets, Bath may seem a quaint resort with a fascinating history, but take a stroll with Ghost Walks of Bath and you might find it has a sinister history.

Not only does the guided tour take in some of the city’s most beautiful landmarks and famous spots, but it also takes in those areas notorious for slightly darker reasons. Learn the legends, tales and history that make up the darker side of Bath on any Thursday, Friday or Saturday evening, and expect to be just a little bit frightened!

Find out who has her own private box at the Theatre Royal, which ghost wanders the Gravel Walk and what goes bump in the night at the famous Circus. Look out for strange sights as you go, as you wouldn’t be the first to take the tour and spot something unexplained…especially around the Assembly Rooms – we’ll say no more!

The walks start at 8 outside the Garricks Head at the Theatre Royal and bring the ancient streets of the city to life with true stories, horrible happenings and ghostly tales.

What better way to round off the evening than to return to a delightful Georgian bed and breakfast in Bath? Don’t forget to book your room at Bailbrook Lodge!

By Bath news on November 15, 2012
Categories: Bath News