Strange Sheffield Ghost Walks - Haunted Halloween

18 Oct 2023 - 27 Oct 2023

Join Strange Britain on one of their Halloween Special Ghost Walks in Sheffield City Centre for an eerie evening filled with restless spirits, haunted history, and hair-raising tales.

Come along if you dare! Hear haunted tales as you’re taken on a journey around Sheffield City Centre taking in centuries-old streets and past historic buildings.

Feel the hair on the back of your neck stand up as you learn about restless spirits, unsolved mysteries, and spine-tingling encounters that have left their mark on Sheffield's history.

These specials include the story of a shocking real life exorcism and the unlikely cryptid creature who, over the past few centuries, has frequented the fringes of Sheffield.

Whether you're a horror fan, a history enthusiast, or if you’re just plain curious, the Strange Sheffield Halloween Ghost Walks offer the perfect blend of humour, horror, ghosts, and other strange tales. Are you ready to face the unknown? Don't miss out on the most haunting events of the year!

The City Centre Halloween Specials run on the following dates:

Wednesday 18 October, 8pm

Friday 20 October, 8pm

Wednesday 25 October, 8pm

Friday 27 October, 4pm (family friendly)

Friday 27 October, 8pm

Book tickets via the Strange Sheffield page on Eventbrite.



Tickets for these Halloween specials are £12 in advance or £15 on the night.

Kids go FREE on the family friendly walk at 4pm on Friday 27 October

For all other Halloween walks at 8pm, kids tickets are £8 in advance or £10 on the night.

Additional Information

The walk starts in Tudor Square, alongside Sheffield Central Library, so please aim to be there 10 minutes early. All of our routes are fully accessible.

Strange Britain are also running two special, family friendly, events ideal for younger children. Adult tickets for these events are £12 and kids go FREE making it a great value family activity to celebrate Halloween. See details here

Please make sure you’re dressed appropriately for whatever the weather might throw at us, however organisers do have a revised route that offers some cover if needed.