Ghost Stories

Family Event
Mon 26th October 2020 to Sat 31st October 2020
Halloween, Burton Constable Hall, Hull, East Yorkshire

If you’re feeling brave enough, whilst on your tour of the Hall, you can choose to hear some of the frightful tales our guides have to tell. 

When you arrive, make it known that you want to hear all of the Hall’s secret ghost stories and you will be issued with a ghost sticker, so that we know exactly who wants spooking! 

Don't forget to add your goodie bag for just £1 at the checkout. 

Details:


Dates: Mon 26th-Sat 31st

Times: 11am-4pm (last admission 3pm)

Tickets: To attend this event, please book your Hall & Grounds ticket in advance. 


Covid-19 Guidelines: As this activity is indoors, we ask that you wear a face covering at all times. Despite having a time slot and touring in your group, we still ask that you remain socially distanced from any other visitors or House Guides. Please, refrain from touching anything whilst exploring. There are hand sanitisers to use on arrival, before eating and departing.

Contact Information:

joelpeart@burtonconstable.com
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