___________________________________________________________ Ghost Hunting Events in Cambridgeshire & Peterborough. 

St Neots Museum Ghost Hunt – £49 24/04/20

booknowJoin Fright Nights Cambridgeshire for an intimate ghost hunt for only 15 guests, in the Old Victorian Magistrates Court and Police House, a notoriously haunted museum with prison cells and very haunted rooms. Our ghost hunt will take you on a journey through the history of this market town but also through the hauntings of the venue.

Dare you join the Ghost Hunt at this great new location!

A night at St Neots Museum Ghost Hunt at the Museum includes;

  • Supernatural History Guided tour
  • Mediumship walkround – who haunts tonight?
  • Psychic and Ghost Hunting Equipment
  • Experiments including seances and glass divination
  • Ghost Hunting Vigils in the dark
  • Hot Drinks and Biscuits
  • Your chance to ghost hunt in a haunted location at night!

This is a real ghost hunt to uncover the spirits that dwell within the walls of the Old Victorian Magistrates Court and Police House. Will we uncover the secret of the child’s boot found in the chimney breast which mysteriously moves around the building, seemingly of its own accord? Disappearing sometimes for days and then reappearing once again somewhere different. Experience the oppressive feeling reported by the volunteers of the museum in the cell block area, in its original condition with graffiti still seen on the walls. Will you hear the three knocks that can be heard on the walls adjoining the cells? What does this symbolise?

Now a museum, the location is the place to discover all the local history of the town and about St Neot himself, the saint who resided in Cornwall but whose bones came to rest here in the town. Other highlights include details of the Medieval Priory that once stood, and of the Civil War Battle of St Neots.

The building has been used as a museum since 1995, but actually dates back from around 1860 and was originally the Old Magistrates Court, Police House and Gaol Cells. The cell block was added later in 1907 and was used for those who had committed petty crimes, many prisoners only staying a matter of days before they would be made to appear in court. They were not the most comfortable, but the prisoners were lucky to have mains plumbing in the toilet and an exercise yard, all be it very small, but it was far better conditions to those still being locked up in cages like animals with straw to sleep on. However it would have been extremely cold as the heating wasn’t added until much later when the museum moved in. The layout of the rest of the building has changed significantly over the last century, and many interesting characters have lived, worked or been held prisoner here since the building was first constructed.

Please note: Over 18’s only, No pregnant women allowed, unsuitable for disabled guests due to the nature of the building. No accommodation provided. For more information please see our terms and conditions. This event is organised by Fright Nights Cambridgeshire at St Neots Museum.

I attended your event and had a fantastic night! I appreciate all the organisation you took for the night and experienced some ghostly phenomena. All in all it was a night packed with action, some of which I kept to myself only to be confirmed by the medium and other guests later on. Thank you for a life changing experience, hope to see you on another event soon. J Ibbertson

Over 18s only – no pregnant women allowed and attendees must be reasonably fit. No accommodation provided. For more information please see our Terms and Conditions


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