Strelley Hall and Cellars

£40.00 Per Person 02/02/2019

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Strelley Hall

A period building in Strelley, Nottingham.

The Hall was originally built as a castle around 1200 AD

And was modified in the early late 18th century and again in the 19th century.

Strelley Hall’s history dates back to the Saxon times and has even been the subject of an archaeological dig,

uncovering historical artifact’s and dating most of the masonry in the range of 1250 to 1350.

There are many original features of the building including

The Castle Room thought to be part of the ancient tower, and the Panelled Room, dating back to Georgian times.

There are also dungeons to explore as well as a vast cellar, with dark corners and foreboding feelings.

Nicholas Strelley was the last member of the family to own the Hall because in 1678 he gambled it away and eventually the Hall and estates passed to Ralph Edge, a lawyer.

There are many Strelley ghosts that explore these walls, but exactly who they are or why they still haunt Strelley Hall, will be for you and the Uk Ghost Hunts Team to find out.

Some of the experiments you will be able to take part in at Strelley Hall include Ouija boards, table tipping, glass divination, EVPS sessions, séances and lone villages.

So book your tickets early for this truly magnificent building and ghostly hunt.

Also we there is a competition for the worst Christmas jumper

 

Event Information

Date: 02/02/2019 Time: 8:30pm - 2:00am Address: Strelley Hall, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG8 6PE Deposit: £20 Deposit Option - £20 To Be Paid 14 Days Before Event