Oxford Ghost WalkOxford has many stories to tell concerning history, academia and success. Many important men and women have graced the paved walks and old stone buildings – J.R.R. Tolkien, Bill Clinton, David Cameron. But lurking beneath the cobbles and between the shadowed cloisters, there are a fair few tales of a more horrific nature. Ghosts, ghouls and even the devil himself have been reported to stalk the streets of Oxford after nightfall, and many a poor soul has lost their life to the darker forces at work within the city walls. Join us and huddle close as we brave the Walking Ghost Tour Of Oxford, sampling some of the smartest and most well-spoken horrors in all of Britain. Tread carefully – there may be some surprises on the way!
• Broad Street A main tourist street in Oxford and the site of Sir Thomas Cranmer’s gruesome death.
• Trinity College A beautiful 16th century college with a collection of fine ghosts.
• The Turf Tavern A popular pub with a gruesome history.
• Queens Lane A winding precipice that is said to defy time and space.
• High Street Oxford’s main road, with centuries of murders to recount.
• Merton Street a cobbled lane featuring the oldest colleges and the oldest killers!
• The Bear Pub One of the oldest pubs in Britain has a darker side.
• Folly Bridge It would be your folly to miss this grand finale.