If you’re in the South East of England this Halloween why not spend it at Anne Boleyn’s family home, Hever Castle, where they are holding a special ghost tour. Here are the details from Hever Castle’s newsletter:-

It is Halloween! Who dares to walk through the moonlit gardens to the castle where they say a figure paces the castle forecourt? Who is the child sitting on the chair and why do some feel claustrophobic with the activity in the Queens’ Chamber?

An experience to send a shiver down your spine!

Why not make an evening of it and enjoy supper in the magnificent atmospheric new Guthrie Pavilion before being guided into the darkness of the night to the castle.

Ghost Tours only
Tours start from 6:30pm
Ghost Tours with Supper
Tours start 8:30pm. Supper sittings are at 7pm and 8pm

For further details or to book your ticket you can telephone 01732 861701 or visit the Hever Castle website.

P.S. Remember to enter our Halloween Competition, see Halloween Competition 2010.

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7 thoughts on “Halloween at Hever Castle”
  1. I went to the ghost hunt with Johnnie Fiori last year, and it was well worth it! That included overnight in the Astor Wing, dinner, and breakfast, which they (unfortunately) aren’t offering this year. Hopefully they’ll offer it again, with Johnnie or another psychic. I’m sure that the tours this year will be just as good!

  2. Well, i think we have just the tour and dinner, but then were gonna drive all the way back home again, should get back about 2-3ish in the morning, lol!! but its only once and its gonna be worth it!!! 🙂

  3. I used to love watching “Most Haunted” but don’t get the Travel Station anymore. I loved the way Yvette would jump and yell at anything. I never saw anything convincing but I am not saying yes or no to the questions of the existence of ghosts, more likely I am not sure if you can use technology to answer the question. It would be fun to meet a psychic from the show.

  4. It WAS fun to meet a psychic from Most Wanted, although nothing happened at the event to convince me of the existence of ghosts. Actually, the scariest thing that happened was that there was a bat flying around Henry VIII’s room! I made a special trip from the States to go to the psychic event and I’m glad that I did – they aren’t having the overnight event this year. Besides, it was through my contact with the staff at Hever that I found out about the Anne Boleyn Files and the Anne Boleyn Experience 2010. I keep thinking that if I’d have decided that it wasn’t worth the money to fly over for the event, I would never have met my friends at The Anne Boleyn Files.

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