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Evening Halloween Ghost Tours at Burton Constable Hall

Family Event
Mon 31st October 2022

from £5.50

You are invited to be part of the ghostly goings on at Burton Constable Hall. This unique and popular event is never quite the same each year and tickets are usually sold out within a few weeks of tickets going on sale.

Tickets must be booked in advance for these tours.

Dress for the occasion and join other guest, some who have not been invited, for a scary but fun evening.  For safety reasons, any broomsticks, pumpkins, lanterns etc. will need to be left at the Pumpkin & Broomstick Park at the entrance and collected at the end of your tour.

Contact Information:

Event Information:

  • Date – 31st  October
  • Time – 5:30pm until 7.30pm - please arrive promptly at your chosen time for your tour
  • Parking - Main car park (free). Disabled parking/drop-off available. 
  • Toilets - Facilities on site. 
  • Children under 18 months go free! 
  • Stables Kitchen will be open for food & refreshments.
  • *If you have bought a reduced price ticket as an Annual Pass holder (or other affiliates) please bring your membership card with you. 
  • On arrival, please have your proof of purchase (paper or digital) ready to present at our Ticket Desk.
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