It’s Half-Term Horror This February With Blackpool Ghost Walks!
Blackpool-based Supernatural Events is back with its thrilling, but chilling, Blackpool Ghost Walks this February Half-Term. A total of seven spooky strolls have been organised for the school holiday period taking in the town’s haunted highlights including some of its most famous buildings and attractions.
Blackpool Ghost Walks return for the half-term holidays when you are invited to join your Victorian host, Haunted Blackpool author and founder of Supernatural Events Stephen Mercer, who will guide you to some of the resort’s most famous, and most haunted, locations where you will hear tales of mystery and the macabre as well as one or two spooky stories and a few terrifying tales! The walks will take place at 7pm each evening from Sunday 16th to Saturday 22nd February.
The spooky strolls begin on the promenade (meeting at the front of North Pier) and wind their way around some of Blackpool’s most important buildings and attractions with those in attendance learning of the town’s haunted heritage!
Stephen Mercer said, “I have presented Blackpool Ghost Walks since 2010 and I am so pleased that both residents and visitors to the town enjoy them. I am regularly asked to host more, so this year will see an increase in the number spooky strolls around the town. Blackpool Ghost Walks will take place during all major holiday periods including February Half-Term, Easter, May bank holidays, the summer season and beyond. I can’t wait to get started!”
The Half-Term Blackpool Ghost Walks take place at 7pm each evening from Sunday 16th to Saturday 22nd February. They last approximately one and half hours, are fully accessible and fun for all the family.
Tickets are just £5, £3.50 for under 14s or £15 for a family of four (minimum of one under 14 in attendance), and can be purchased in advance from www.BlackpoolGhostWalks.co.uk or www.SupernaturalEvents.co.uk. They also can be purchased from Blackpool Tourist Information Centre on the Promenade (call 01253 478222) and from your tour guide on the night of a ghost walk.