Is the route accessible for those with mobility issues?


It can be.

We change our routes regularly, and sometimes travel over rough ground in the Auld Kirkyard, next to the Church of the Holy Rude...which, though atmospheric, is not exactly 'wheelchair friendly'.

That said, if necessary we can usually change the route to accomodate patrons with mobility issues by following the 'wet weather' routes reserved for those rare nights when the grasslands of the graveyards become too muddy to be safely traversed. On such occasions we simply stick to the paths and pavements.

We're in a Castle town, so we're on a steep hill from St John Street to the graveyard - the first part of the tour - but after that it levels out. We're happy to say that plenty of patrons have safely traversed the route on sticks, wheelchairs and mobility scooters.

If patrons with mobility issues are in doubt, please drop us an e-mail. A little advance notice helps us alter OUR plans, but we're happy to do so.

What is the GhostWalk?

The Stirling GhostWalk is a guided tour of Stirling’s historic Old Town, running Tuesday to Saturday in July and August, and on Friday and Saturday evenings for the rest of the year. Starting … Continue reading this FAQ

How much are tickets for the Stirling GhostWalk?

Adults: £8.00Children and Concessions (OAPs/Students/Disabled): £5.00 Family (2 Adults & 2 Children): £20.00   As of January 3rd 2020 prices will rise (for the first time … Continue reading this FAQ

Where does the GhostWalk start?

We meet at the gates of the Old Town Jail, St John Street (next door to the SYHA Hostel)

Tickets for public tours are available here from The Hangman 20 minutes before the show.

At what times are the GhostWalks?

Summer Shows start at 8.30pm from Tuesday-to-Saturday in July and August. The one-man Happy Hangman's Spirit Guide to Stirling starts at 8.00pm on Fridays and Saturdays from September to June. Halloween … Continue reading this FAQ

When is the next GhostWalk?

Public tours are scheduled at 8pm on Fridays and Saturdays from September-to-June, and at 8.30pm Tuesday-to-Saturday in July and August. Special shows are scheduled during Hallowe'en Week and the Christmas … Continue reading this FAQ

How Long does the GhostWalk take?

Usually the Stirling GhostWalk takes around 75 minutes to complete - a little longer or shorter, depending on the size of the audience. Off season (Fridays & Saturdays from September-to-June) the … Continue reading this FAQ

What happens when it rains?

The short anwer is...we get wet! This is Scotland, folks. If we cancelled shows simply because it was raining, we'd never leave the crypt! On the very rare occasions where the weather was likely to make … Continue reading this FAQ

Do I need to Pre-Book?

With the exception of our Hallowe'en Week performances, or for special! We never cancel, and the benefit of open-air performance is that space is rarely an issue, so we can deal with … Continue reading this FAQ

Is there a minimum number required for the show to go ahead?

For the scheduled public shows - 8pm Fridays and Saturdays from September to June - no. Rain, hail, sleet or Icelandic volcanic ash, if someone has come out to see the show then they will get … Continue reading this FAQ

Is the route accessible for those with mobility issues?

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Is this a Ghost-Hunt?

No. We're not Ghost-Hunters or Ghostbusters! The GhostWalk is an entertainment, based on the history and mythology of the Old Town. Many of the tales we tell are based upon hauntings or incidents … Continue reading this FAQ

Cancellation/Refund Policy?

Put simply, from OUR end, we DON'T cancel. If a public tour is advertised - Fridays and Saturdays, September-to-June, Tuesday-to-Saturday in July and August - and there is an audience, it WILL happen. With … Continue reading this FAQ

Where can I eat before/after the show?

Stirling has many fine restaurants and cafes, ranging from traditional Scottish fare to Thai, Chinese, Italian, Turkish, Indian, and all points in-between. Should you require suggestions, based upon your … Continue reading this FAQ

What else is there to do in Stirling?

There's a lot to do in Stirling and the surrounding area - from fine dining and museums, to Stirling Castle, Bannockburn and the National Wallace Monument. Details of many such amenities and attractions … Continue reading this FAQ

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