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Brecon Guildhall Ghost Hunt
Brecon Guildhall Ghost Hunt

Fri, 10 May

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Brecon

Brecon Guildhall Ghost Hunt

With over 700 years of history, there is no wonder the spirits of the Guildhall have a story to tell!

Time & Location

10 May 2024, 20:00 – 11 May 2024, 02:00

Brecon, The Guildhall, High St, Brecon LD3 7AL, UK

About the event

Your Event

Here is what you can expect from the evening:

  • We will split you into smaller groups where you will be guided through the evening by our experienced and friendly investigators.
  • You will get to take part in activities such as group vigils, table/glass tipping and more.
  • You will have access to our professional paranormal equipment.
  • You will have the opportunity to investigate on your own and/or take part in lone vigils.
  • There will be a scheduled break where drinks and snacks will be provided.
  • We only want you to experience genuine paranormal activity - therefore we will always try to find logical explanations for what we are experiencing, only when something is unexplainable will we say it may be paranormal.

As you may know, the paranormal can be unpredictable. We are unable to guarantee that the spirits will want to interact with us on the evening, but we are also aware that sometimes when they do interact it can be frightening for some - If you need any help or assistance during or after the event, we will always be on hand to help anyway we can, so please don't be afraid to reach out!

What you need to know

  • Arrival: Please arrive no more than 15 minutes before the event start time, this is to ensure we have a team member available to greet you. If you are running late, please do let us know as soon as possible.
  • Parking: Parking is available at a public carpark that is only a short walk away from the Guildhall. The car park can be found by using the address: Alexandra Road, b4601, Brecon, LD3 7HY.
  • Accessibility: The building has a lift from the ground floor to the first floor, however the cellar and top floor is only accessable by stairs so are unfortunately not wheelchair accessible or suitable for those with limited mobility.
  • Please Note: All guests must be 18 years or older, or 16+ if accompanied by an adult. Unfortunately, our events are not suitable for those who are heavily pregnant. Guests are advised to wear comfortable shoes and warm layered clothing on colder nights.

About Brecon Guildhall

A Guildhall has stood here for about 700 years. In 1556 the Royal Charter of Philip and Mary defined Brecon as a Corporate Town which allowed the town to appoint Bailiffs and Aldermen who were the forerunners of present day Mayors. The replacement of the first Guildhall which consisted of a two storey wooden building took place in 1623 by John Abel, The basement is thought to date from the 1620s. By 1770 a replacement of Abel’s building was needed and was carried out, on the same site, by builder Andrew Maund. In the early 19th century the building housed an armoury, a market hall and court. Another renovation was completed in 1888 giving the form which we see today, which includes a Council Chamber on the ground floor and Theatre on the first floor.

Please make sure you have read our Terms and Conditions prior to purchasing your tickets.

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