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This is a ghost walk with a difference, for adults and older children (min age 13) brought to you by "Cardiff History and Hauntings" offering professional guided walks discovering Cardiff's past - on this walk you are in a city but can enjoy a...more
My wife and I did the Llandaff Ghost Walk a number of years ago with James and loved it! We decided over the Summer to take our now young teenage boys on some of the other Cardiff History & Hauntings tours (St Fagans & Cardiff...More
Throughly enjoyable!! Great atmosphere, great story telling. It’s a short walk but the locations and the story telling make it scary! Throughout the tour you stand in pitch black listening to the tales. Standing in the middle of a cemetery was very scary!
Attended the LLandaff Ghost tour last night and what an experience it was. The Tour guide "John" was a magnificent raconteur and brought the numerous ghost stories to life with his enthusiasm and humour. Particular highlights included the graveyard where my missus was so scared...More
This tour was an excellent Christmas gift from my husband. Always wanted to do the tour but never got around to booking it. The guide - John was very personable, engaging and knowledgeable. He brought experiences, history and stories to life in the way he...More
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JimCardiffresident, Owner at Cardiff History and Hauntings - The Llandaff Ghost Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 20 February 2018
I am so pleased to read that this turned out to be such a good Christmas gift for you and that your expectations were met! Thank you for posting your feedback and I certainly look forward, along with my team, to welcoming you on to...More
I took my team on this walk this week. It was a really cold clear night, couldn’t have been better. James our tour guide was fantastic, informative knowledgable and could really wind up some genuine fear! Fantastic! Every 2 seconds I found myself turning around,...More
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JimCardiffresident, Owner at Cardiff History and Hauntings - The Llandaff Ghost Walk, responded to this reviewResponded 12 February 2018
Thanks Vicky for a fantastic review. It was a wonderful night with scares and laughs in abundance with your group! I am really grateful for your feedback and for your reminder to readers about the need to wrap up warm. It was indeed very cold...More
Absolutely loved this walk, my 14 yr old daughter and i were spellbound as James told us detailed history of the area , his knowledge and storytelling are second to none , was a very creepy night walking through fields , the road of the...More
James (the organiser) was a very personable and excellent tour guide! The stories ranged from comical to (maybe) spine tingling, located in a very old part of the city (and apparently Britain) the stories are naturally enriched with history.
I would recommend this tour to...More
I absolutely loved our ghost tour tonight around Llandaff. The walk starts out with a bit of background history and setting the scene in view of the Llandaff cathedral. As we continued the walk, we heard more and more tales of ghostly goings on. The...More
As i said this was a surprise from my wife,and i am glad i went the atmosphere was superb dark and misty almost like a film set,the tour leader was a superb story teller and held my interest all the way through.
I would highly...More
Response from JimCardiffresident | Property representative |
Unfortunately the tour is not wheelchair accessible. The purpose of the walk is to take people to the actual venues of the alleged hauntings. The route is not on tarmac but rough terrain in the form of footpaths. The route... More
Unfortunately the tour is not wheelchair accessible. The purpose of the walk is to take people to the actual venues of the alleged hauntings. The route is not on tarmac but rough terrain in the form of footpaths. The route has uneven and narrow areas with slopes. Also there are two unavoidable "kissing gates". You might want to consider the new St Fagans Museum ghost walk instead. That route IS wheelchair accessible. However, as the route includes entry to some tiny cottages, there is scope for only one wheelchair user per tour. I hope that helps.