Join Fright Nights Worcestershire as we investigate the Tudor House Museum in Worcester.
Fright Nights Worcestershire will have access to some of the rooms that are not usually open to the general public. During the event, you will be using ghost hunting equipment and undertaking ghost hunting vigils with our paranormal investigators and clairvoyant medium.
The Museum was built around 1520 and was originally 3 separate dwellings, originally occupied by weavers who were members of the Clothiers Guild, who lived and worked there.
From the mid-1600s part of the building was used as a tavern which later became known as the Cross Keys. Known for its drunkenness, gambling and other illicit goings-on.
Following the accidental drowning of a customer in 1907 the Cross Keys was closed.
Other parts of the building have been a Victorian kitchen and during World War II a room on the ground floor was used as an office for the local APR warden and evacuee billeting officer.
The Tudor House Museum, Worcester.
Investigation begins at 9pm and finishes at 2am
Over 18's only.
Sorry not suitable for pregnant ladies.
No Alcohol or drugs allowed.
Unfortunately this event is unsuitable for those with disabilities.
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