If you can hack a spooky stroll, why not embark on a scary adventure and check out a Sheffield Ghost Walk! Here are some of our favourites!
Join Strange Britain for a night of ghost stories, local folklore, and other bizarre tales to discover Sheffield’s spooky side.
This Strange Sheffield Ghost Walk, led by local author Adrian Finney, is back for a busy Halloween season. In addition to family-friendly choices, Adrian will add additional stories to the two regularly scheduled walks in Graves Park and the city centre.
The round path of the city centre stroll begins and ends in Tudor Square, next to Sheffield Central Library. It is wheelchair and mobility scooter accessible, and it is just over a mile long. It will lead you to a variety of locations, including an ancient Victorian autopsy theatre, locations of paranormal experiences, and the unlikely origin of a very Sheffield swear word.
Strange Sheffield Bunting Nook Ghost Walk
Embark on this Ghost Walk around Bunting Nook, one of England’s most haunted roads, for an evening of ghost stories and tales of Queen Mary! Many reports of her appearances throughout the years have been made, along with a few other overpowering local ghost stories with a royal theme. This ghost walk covers a little more than a mile in length and takes around an hour and a half.
This walk will take you along the notorious Bunting Nook, which is widely regarded as one of England’s most haunted roads – as well as through portions of Graves Park and the breathtaking 18th century structures in the Norton area.
We hope you found our article on Sheffield Ghost Walks helpful and not too scary… we’re sure you’ll enjoy the spooky stroll! Find out more about the city right here at Enjoy Sheffield!