Paranormal Investigation and Guided Tour

Black and white old photo of cobbled footpath

Saturday 28 May 2022

Saturday 29 October 2022

9pm - 2am

£27.00 booking is essential only 20 places available!

Event organised by Bewdley Museum in association with PMV Paranormal Investigations.

A must for the serious Ghost Hunters... be prepared to be scared with an evening of paranormal activity in the grounds of the museum.

Join us for a paranormal investigation and tour of Bewdley Museum. With high levels of activity around the site, Bewdley Museum makes a great destination for a paranormal investigation.

The museum buildings have had various uses including a meat market in the 1770s, a brass foundry dating back to the 17th century, 200 year old jail cells, a morgue and a police and fire station. During the night you can explore all of the museum’s historic buildings, find out about the stories they hold, the people who worked there and the tools they used.

We will be displaying artefacts used from the time when the museum was a morgue, such as coffin making tools, Victorian mourning wear, lockets of hair and a wooden shoe remover. There have been reports of ghost sightings including a tall man who likes to move objects around in the gallery. Several visitors have described seeing children dressed in Victorian clothes playing in the foundry and a maid walking in the kitchen area.

Refreshments including tea, coffee, hot chocolate, cordial and light snacks will be available during breaks.

Our standard booking terms and conditions apply in addition to the terms and conditions below.

Additional Terms and Conditions

  1. All participants must be 18 years or older, ID may be requested.
  2. Suitable clothing and footwear to be worn.
  3. No alcohol or drugs to be taken before or during event.
  4. We reserve the right to eject participants from the event should they not comply with requests or respect staff members and fellow attendees.
  5. No dogs allowed.
  6. On the day, arrive 15 minutes before the start in the foyer, Load Street entrance. Bring a torch, wear suitable clothing for outdoors and sturdy footwear.
  7. For entertainment purposes only.
  8. Please do not bring your own Ouija boards. 

Please note that official photographs may be taken at this event for marketing purposes. For further information please see Wyre Forest District Council's Privacy policy.

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There was a dramatic drop in the room temperature when we heard a young boy talking in the room, then we felt a cold touch on our shoulders and heard the footsteps coming from upstairs

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