Liverpool’s most famous historic ghost walk!
Our Signature Dish…
The Hope Street Shivers experience won ‘Guided Tour of the Year’ at the 2017 National Tourism Awards with VisitEngland.
Audiences will be guided through the handsome Cathedral Quarter of Hope Street, begining the journey outside Liverpool’s most historic alehouse, The Philharmonic Dining Rooms.
This tour experience takes in both of the city’s striking Cathedrals, the crooked smile of Rodney Street and the mysterious story of Will McKenzie’s blackened pyramid tomb. Bare witness to the faded grandeur of the old Wellington Rooms and the shadowy opulence of the City’s Georgian Old Town.
Your guides will conclude the tour beneath the Gothic majesty of Liverpool’s Anglican Cathedral in St James’ cemetery, the City’s former necropolis, resting place for nearly 58,000 souls (where for over a hundred years something sinister has lurked)
Popular with all age groups The Hope Street Shivers appeals to families, friends looking for something different to enjoy together, it’s a great alternative for a team building activity or indeed a romantic scare for two – this experience has something for everyone.
Listen to the most famous ghost story in Liverpool
Visit two of Liverpool’s awe-inspiring Cathedrals
Walk down the most haunted street in Northern England
End your Journey in St James’ Gardens, the city’s former necropolis, where nearly 58,000 souls are buried.
Thursday Friday & Saturday
The tour begins at 9:30pm
(Please note that tour times can vary and are subject to change. Please pay special attention to your e-ticket confirmation.)
Concessions: (students and under 16’s) £13.50
Family ticket: £56.50 (2 adults & 2 children under 16)
Ultimate Shiverpool Tour Ticket (Includes Tour+The Ghost Map) £25.00
Groups over 15 receive 10% Discount
1 hour 30 minutes (or eternity)
Outside The Philharmonic Pub, Hope Street, City Centre.
ENSURE YOU ARRIVE 10 MINUTES PRIOR TO THE TOUR BEGINNING
Anglican Cathedral, Upper Duke Street, City Centre
If you are Late by 5-10 mins head down Hope Street for The Catholic Cathedral of Christ the King
(you cant miss it- it’s the rather striking spikey one- approaching, you will pass the Everyman Theatre on your right)
This tour is wheel chair accessible, and there are disabled toilet facilities on the tour route.
(Please note, that there are ramps and some of the location points may be difficult for anybody managing a wheelchair)
For those with mobility issues, this tour is a pacy walk and it does involve some time on your feet listening to stories.
Wherever possible Shiverpool always try to accomodate those with mobility issues or disabilities and make our tours inclusive for everyone. Please let us know when you book if you have any disabilities or mobility issues and our guides will take care of you.
We encourage our guests to make the most of the local area either before their last hour or indeed if they survive the Shiverpool Tour.
There is so much to enjoy in the Hope Street Quarter but here are a few of our favourites:
The London Carriageworks
The Dispensary Pub