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Isle of Man Ghost Tours

Type:Guided Tour

Isle of Man Ghost Tours


Isle of Man Ghost Tours takes you to darker ghostly pasts in a variety of sites on the Isle of Man. Your guide will provide an entertaining and thought provoking dialogue as you visit many sites thought to be haunted.   

Town Ghost Walks
From the first Tuesday of July to the last Thursday of November at 8:00pm dead.

Now the main capital of the Isle of Man, Douglas once used to be the home of happy holidays and busy beaches, but is now the centre to the financial sector. But when the sun goes down and the offices go quiet, the past begins to come to life. Hear about haunted hotels, a ghostly office, a creepy graveyard and what haunts the old hospital…
Every Tuesday, meet at the Jubilee Clock on Loch Promenade Douglas

On the west of the Island, is the old fishing town of Peel. Walk the streets and lanes of the of this truly Manx town and hear ghostly stories of the terrifying black dog; The Mauthe Doo; of ghostly carriages, icy hands and an old school with a ghostly pupil that still remains…
Every Wednesday, meet outside the House of Manannan

The Island’s original capital, Castletown was the home of the Kings and Lords of Mann. A place of power, the courts and of course punishment. As you walk these ancient streets you will hear tales of the ghostly servant Annie, of the Woman in Black, the last Manx witch and of some of the grisly punishments that happened over the centuries…
Meet outside the Glue Pot pub, the Harbour, Castletown

Come and join us for a guided tour of “Royal Ramsey”. Located in the north of the Island, Ramsey has many fine Victorian buildings and narrow dark passageways. Your guide will tell you of some of the strange stories connected with the town and it’s inhabitants. Hear the ghostly tales of Gibbs of the Grove, a haunted shop, Smudge the cat, the location of the town’s gibbet and the most haunted ship to be built on the Isle of Man.
Private bookings only.

Special Experiences are held at Castle Rushen, Milntown House and The Gaiety Theatre, contact us to find out more.

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