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The Whitby Ghost and Dracula Walk

Available for private booking only 

Currently gaining five star reviews on Tripadviser. Come on the Dracula Walk with Rose - 2019 nominee and winner of the 2017 Luxury Travel Guide Award, Tour Guide of the Year - this is a leisurely tour around the old east side of Whitby with curious stories, folklore and history.

Whitby...a town perched between two supernatural thresholds - the moors and the sea. The Whitby Ghost and Dracula Walk is rich with stories of the magical and mysterious, of shipwrecks and sailors, superstitions and the supernatural, of spirits and hauntings both ancient and modern. Come and discover highlights of Whitby history, folklore and strange facts that inspired chapters in Dracula, mingling with ancient legend, maritime drama, spiritual mysteries and rip roaring ghost stories.

Windswept cliffs tower over the harbour estuary where the river waters flow down from the high moor into the deep green valleys and out into a wild North Sea. Whitby is the perfect place for a Ghost and Dracula walk! Starting in the graveyard in the shadow of the abbey..

The Whitby Ghost and Dracula Walk lasts around 75 minutes and is available for private booking only. More info below and see other pages for reviews and comments.

Please see Robin Hood's Bay Ghost Walk for regular programme of weekly walks running throughout the year where you can just turn up and buy individual tickets.

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Where and When does the Walk Start?

The walks starts at the top of the 199 steps outside St. Mary's church or another pre-arranged place.

Minimum booking fee: £70 couples £80 - £110 smaller groups (up to ten members) Groups exceeding 10 members: £9.00 adult and £5 child (under 16)

Discounts are available for large numbers and educational groups.

Enquiries 01947 841198  email info@whitbystoryteller.co.uk

The Whitby Ghost and Dracula Walk is suitable for all ages and great for groups, wedding parties, family activities and school groups.

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