Warwick Ghosts – Alive has now finished haunting for 2008, check back soon for news of more spooky fun in 2009.
The most famous of Warwick Castle’s ghosts is Sir Fulke Greville, who haunts the Watergate Tower, now known as the Ghost Tower, after being brutally stabbed to death by his manservant in 1628.
Nearly 400 years after his murder, the Ghost Tower is transformed into a chilling live-action spook experience. Using a mix of live actors, sound, visual and lighting effects it literally brings the true story of Warwick’s most famous ghost to life as the tale of Sir Fulke Greville’s murder is recreated.
Warwick Ghosts – Alive is screamingly good fun but visitors are advised that its scary content may make it unsuitable for children under eight or anyone of a nervous disposition. An Additional charge of £2.75 applies at certain times of the year and pre booking is advised. Visit the ticket prices page for more information.
Please note that Warwick Ghosts – Alive is not suitable for wheelchair users or those with limited mobility