Keswick Ghost Walks, Starting at Moot Hall

Lakeland Hauntings
 
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Embark on a chilling journey through Keswick’s haunted history with Keswick Ghost Walks. Discover tales of murder, intrigue, and tortured souls as you explore the area’s slate-built houses, lakes, and fells.

  • The walks start and end at The Moot Hall and last approximately 1 hour 30 minutes.
  • Tickets must be booked in advance, and prices are £10 for adults and £8 for concessions.
  • While the walks are primarily aimed at adults, children aged 10 and above are welcome.
  • The route is accessible for most, but those with mobility concerns can call for advice.
  • Well-behaved dogs on short leads are also welcome.

Join Lakeland Hauntings Ghost Walks led by “The Lady,” portrayed by Jane Dickens, a seasoned actor with two decades of storytelling experience.

These walks delve into local legends, myths, folklore, and real events, offering a blend of theatricality and authenticity. From intriguing to disturbing tales of the county’s past, the stories reveal the imaginative, foolhardy, and sometimes grotesque ways people met their ends.

The support from the communities of Cockermouth, Keswick, and beyond has been overwhelming, with locals eagerly sharing their own ghostly encounters and tales of the supernatural.

Lakeland Hauntings
Time:
7:30pm
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9:00pm


 
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