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  • Liverpool: Haunted Liverpool City Exploration Game & Tour

    1. Liverpool: Haunted Liverpool City Exploration Game & Tour

    You are invited to discover the haunted place of Liverpool with an interactive city exploration app. You will be guided step-by-step to the cursed buildings where they carry out their eternal punishments while you learn all of their stories. Brace yourself and come explore Haunted Liverpool, all with the help of your smartphone. Each clue will lead you from one place to another, giving you exact directions, so you won’t need a map, a GPS or a guide. When you solve it and guess the answer, the secret story of that place is unlocked. Along the way, you’ll find horror stories that will give you the chills. Dare you go on this tour? Complete the tour at your own pace as there's no time limit, though around two hours is normally enough. Pause the game at any time, and restart whenever you want from the last place you visited. For larger groups, one person can purchase access for the entire...

    Had a fantastic time,everytime a clue lead us to a pub we had a quick half Only downside was the final clue, by the time we got there the place was busy with groups drinking and smoking weed. We since found out the pub opposite (Doctor Duncans) is a fab place and lots of history. Somewhere like this would be a lot safer to finish as it was quite intimidating where we finished.

  • The Dark Side of Liverpool: 1.5-Hour Ghost History Tour

    2. The Dark Side of Liverpool: 1.5-Hour Ghost History Tour

    Experience the dark side of Liverpool on this eerie tour down Hope Street. Meet outside the city's Philharmonic Pub on Hope Street and visit two of the city's famous cathedrals. Pass by the famous Everyman Theatre and the Rodney Street Conservation Area, see the building where John Lennon lived for three years, and discover the place where Hitler’s brother hid to avoid conscription. As you approach the final destination of the tour, the impressive Gothic Anglican Cathedral cemetery, listen as your guides relay tales of the black plague and tell of Liverpool’s most famous ghost story.

    As a group of strangers gathered on the corner of the street the two guides drew attention to the tour and comanded the attention required. Dressed in black, wearing clothes befitting the victoriana era,wielding a 'tour guide' stick which was used to great effect when attracting attention, smacking a well dented metal bucket (containing some random body part as a prop). Such was the lead actress/guide's effectiveness, people were enthralled by the information (which was delivered with enthusiasm and great artistic merit) and the pergormance ( an exhausting display of fitness as she bounced around the streets while shepherding her charges around the streets being careful not to loosend people to the occasional traffic. 'Thriller Black' as she was self named and her young side-kick, made good use of the streets as a stage and included people in the paying group as well as interacting with padestrians and passing vehicles alike. We learned a great deal and enjoyed both girls personalities

  • Liverpool: Theatrical History Tour and The Dead House

    3. Liverpool: Theatrical History Tour and The Dead House

    Embark on a history tour of Liverpool led by a theatrical guide, and marvel as the city's original streets are brought to life using street theater techniques. Get exclusive access to the darkest and less well known avenues, and encounter landmarks such as the lofty banking halls of Castle Street. Admire the regal opulence of the Town Hall and venture down crooked back alleys and lamp-lit lanes in the now bustling commercial district. End within the boundary of a medieval garden, hidden beneath a Gothic spire, entered through a trapdoor. Named by the American author, Hermann Melville as the "Liverpool Dead House" for its grisly and gruesome nature, the undergroud morgue is located within the quiet surroundings of the Church of Our Lady and St. Nicholas and has remained closed to the public for over a century. Learn the history of the site, such as how it was used as a temporary police ...

    OMG, what a fun event.!!!!! Absolutely loved all the history with a spooky twist. Both girls(actresses) very knowledgeable, funny, friendly and passionate about the job We really felt immersed in the whole experience. Thankyou you both for a memorable experience.

  • Liverpool: The Beatles City Exploration Game

    4. Liverpool: The Beatles City Exploration Game

    Discover Liverpool's fascinating history and attractions while you solve clues around the Old Town. Explore this charming city in the United Kingdom by going on a quest with your friends or family. Move from place to place as clues take you around Liverpool. Solve clues to unlock interesting stories about each location. Go at your own pace without the need for a guide or a map. Show up at the starting point, start the app, and get ready for a fun quest that takes you around the major sights of Liverpool.

  • St James' Necropolis, Secret Garden Cemetery Tour Liverpool

    5. St James' Necropolis, Secret Garden Cemetery Tour Liverpool

    Begin your Journey outside Liverpool’s most famously haunted hostelry, The Philharmonic Pub Hope Street, surrounded by the former hospitals, asylums, workhouses, and children’s homes once served by the Necropolis. View the surrounding neighborhood that envelops the Dormitory of the Dead, St James’ Cemetery. Enter Liverpool’s Père Lachaise, City of the Dead, St James’ Secret Garden Cemetery. Listen to your guide masterfully weave ghostly tales and gruesome fables, medical accounts of the realities of the many Public Health crisis experienced by the city’s residents all swept up in the melancholy moods that pass through this great green lung. Absorb Liverpool’s awe-inspiring Anglican Cathedral “head and shoulders of the City” from the underbelly of this sea-soaked sanctuary. Experience the otherworldly soul of St. James’ Cemetery Gardens after dark, where nearly 58,000 of Liverpool’s ...

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What people are saying about Liverpool

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 92 reviews

As a group of strangers gathered on the corner of the street the two guides drew attention to the tour and comanded the attention required. Dressed in black, wearing clothes befitting the victoriana era,wielding a 'tour guide' stick which was used to great effect when attracting attention, smacking a well dented metal bucket (containing some random body part as a prop). Such was the lead actress/guide's effectiveness, people were enthralled by the information (which was delivered with enthusiasm and great artistic merit) and the pergormance ( an exhausting display of fitness as she bounced around the streets while shepherding her charges around the streets being careful not to loosend people to the occasional traffic. 'Thriller Black' as she was self named and her young side-kick, made good use of the streets as a stage and included people in the paying group as well as interacting with padestrians and passing vehicles alike. We learned a great deal and enjoyed both girls personalities

Had a fantastic time,everytime a clue lead us to a pub we had a quick half Only downside was the final clue, by the time we got there the place was busy with groups drinking and smoking weed. We since found out the pub opposite (Doctor Duncans) is a fab place and lots of history. Somewhere like this would be a lot safer to finish as it was quite intimidating where we finished.

This was my first experience of a guided tour which I really enjoyed! It was fun and the guides were brilliant! They dressed the part and gave an engaging theatrical account of some ghost history stories of Liverpool. Had a great time. I highly recommend it!

Interesting info and great way to see the city. Much more entertaining if you employ your own spooky voices. Also works as a pub crawl! Would recommend!

It was a right laugh, informational a really good time spending a night out.