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Halloween at Nottingham’s most haunted sites!

Fright Nights are a highlight of Halloween at the Museum but are strictly only for over 18s and those brave enough to be chased through the Museum at night by ‘gruesome body-snatchers’. 

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Visitors to the National Justice Museum and City of Caves can discover the ghostly side of history on a range of special tours marking Halloween.

Both sites have a reputation for ghostly goings on, with the National Justice Museum being named one of Britain’s most haunted buildings.

There has been a raft of reports of ghostly apparitions at the National Justice Museum in recent months and staff at the Museum have many a story to tell of their experience of the paranormal.

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Key Ghost Tours take place at the Museum after hours and are recommended only for those over 14-years-old. 

Fright Nights are a highlight of Halloween at the Museum but are strictly only for over 18s and those brave enough to be chased through the Museum at night by ‘gruesome body-snatchers’. 

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If you need a stiff drink to handle ghostly goings on, then the Museum has the perfect Spirit Tour for you. They have teamed up with one of Nottingham’s favourite cocktail bars The Alchemist to offer over 18s the opportunity to enjoy cocktails and discover eerie ghost stories. 

And, families don’t miss out on Halloween fun either. There are Kids’ Ghost Hunter Tours at the Museum specially for children between five and ten years old who would like to join their parents following the Museum’s over-worked ghost hunter attempting to catch a selection of pesky ghosts. 

At the City of Caves, there are special ghost tours exploring little known stories from the dark side of the caves beneath the streets of Nottingham. These tours are for all ages.

For full details of dates and times of tours running throughout October, or to book, please visit the National Justice Museum’s website. 

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