Robin Hood's Bay Ghost Walk
Come on a unique tour through streets and alleyways as you listen to Tales of the Strange and Supernatural. Journey into a mysterious past of Spirits, Shipwrecks, Smugglers, Local Folklore and Legend.
Regarding Coronavirus, the ghost walks are temporarily on hold. However, if you would like to book your own private walk or tour, please get in touch and we will set up a safe event. Some scheduled walks may run over Easter depending on the general situation.
New video storytelling is also on its way so you can enjoy some of the walks and stories from wherever you are. Please watch this space for updates.
Storytelling podcasts also coming soon!
Extracurricular help for children online with Skype, FaceTime, Zoom and other platforms, with story, language, grammar and literacy are now also available. Please get in touch for details.
Please contact (I am a PGCE qualified teacher as well as a storyteller!)
"I would like to thank the lovely lady who took the ghost walk around Robin Hood's Bay.. she was so enthusiastic and myself, my husband and 3 children thoroughly enjoyed it. Many thanks for your magical storytelling"
Mr & Mrs Ashworth & family 2019
The walks have featured on BBC Radio 4, local BBC Radio
stations, Channel 4 TV Coastal Walks with my Dog and in the national
press. The following article from the Daily Mail was one of the funnier
"The reason ghost walks are fun has little to do with fear. It's more about exploring an atmospheric place after dark with a well-informed raconteur."
Click Here to read the rest of the article! - last few paragraphs
Listed as one of the UK's top 11 Ghost Walks by Trip Adviser - holiday lettings https://www.holidaylettings.co...
Read this blog post by a recent visitor to Robin Hood's Bay - https://lifewithanorthernsoul....
This walk is designed to suit all ages and is intended to amuse, entertain, captivate and inform regardless of age. It is a storytelling walk, full of magic, ghostly tales, snippets of old lore and legend and fascinating facts about this ancient village and surroundings. It requires a good listening ear, a sense of humour, an open mind and a torch in the dark months.
Unfortunately the walk is not really suitable for small infants (under 4), babies and pushchairs. Quiet and well behaved dogs are OK if unable to leave them. Prices below.