Spooky & paranormal stories at Greenwich World Heritage Site
Entertaining expert guide in ghoulish apparel leads the way
Scary stories of past residents & visitors who still linger
Chance to learn about the Cutty Sark curse & thrilling tales
Visit to a haunted pub beloved by the writer Charles Dickens
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Guided ghost tour
Live tour commentary provided in English
Know Before You Book
Children aged 7 and younger are not allowed.
Children aged 17 and younger must be accompanied by a paying adult.
You must have a reasonable level of fitness and be able to walk 1.2 miles (3 km).
Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.
What you can expect
Embark on a spine-tingling excursion through London's Greenwich World Heritage Site during a guided ghost tour to discover the district's chilling history. Get swept up in the thrills and chills as you venture past famous landmarks, absorbing spooky stories about London's ghastly past.
Join your guide near the Cutty Sark—a storied British clipper that travelled to the far-flung shores of China and Australia during the 19th century. Your ghoulishly outfitted guide reveals some thrilling stories about the ship, including the terrifying details of the Cutty Sark curse and the hideous fates of drunken sailors who met their destiny at the bottom of the sea.
Feel your pulse quicken as you travel through Greenwich. Hear ominous echoes while venturing inside cavernous tunnels and creeping down abandoned lanes. Allow your guide to pique your interest with age-old tales of star-crossed lovers as well as members of the Royal Family whose spirits still linger along London's gloomiest avenues.
Before your tour is through, visit one of Charles Dickens' favourite haunts—a pub that's said to be inhabited by more than a single otherworldly soul. Finally, journey into the blackening evening—bidding your host and the hair-raising apparitions you've confronted—farewell.