Haunted London Walking Tour
This event has finished Took place on: Friday, 28th Oct 2016
London has a lot of many wondrous things such as pubs and theatres but what London seems to have more of is ghosts.
Hear some old ghost stories of London and see some historic London Inns with hidden connections to the supernatural.
Join us on this night walk and hear tales which will give you a chilling thrill!
We end the walk at a haunted pub in Mayfair.
Not Wheelchair accessible
Suitable for all age groups. Please note all children must be accompanied by an adult.
We meet by Sherlock Holmes statue outside Baker Street Station (Marylebone Road side) from 6.15pm for a 6.30pm start. Look for our sign.
Early bird tickets available up to a week before the walk.
Children tickets available for 5-15yrs. Under 5s go free.
What people have said about our Haunted Marylebone & Mayfair Tour on TripAdvisor:
“Knowlegeable guide and pleasant tour”
I did the Haunted Marylebone and Baker Street tour on Halloween and I really emjoyed it. The guide took us through nice little roads that I had never noticed before and her stories were well sought and interesting. It was a pleasant experience - although we were talking about ghosts- that ended up in a cosy pub with a nice chat between us.
“Interesting and fun walks around London, with a theme for everyone's taste!”
I have done 2 of Hazel's walks so far (Seven noses of Soho and Haunted Marylebone and Mayfair) and I have not been disappointed! What I like is that the walks are a mix between historical facts and entertainment, which is a great combination for fun in my book. Hazel has a great sense of humour and she knows how to lead a crowd and make everyone feel comfortable. I wish I could do walks more often! Will definitely try another one soon!
“Haunted Marylebone & Mayfair”
Good fun. Hazel combines the ghost stories with some freaky interesting historical facts about the area.
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