We had friends coming from Lancashire for a chilly evening and food so we booked a family ticket (£17)and a 2x tickets (£8 each.) Large group of us were split into 3 with about 20 ish people in each. We all went off, as a group, in our separate ways.
Our guide, Rodger, dressed as a grey monk, was knowledgeable and interesting. He had a quiet voice and you had to really move into the group to hear him, but he was entertaining. The tour was not about many pub ghosts, which I have experienced around Chester before, but about leaving you thinking about whether something was possible and so very intriguing. Was that the case? Could that really happen? Did they die like that?
Great history knowledge too with many local facts. A good walk around little nooks and crannies in Chester as well as a good walk around the city and some of the walls.
We had 2 children with us; 8 and 12; the youngest wasn't too impressed but the oldest really enjoyed it. We as four adults, all loved it. An interesting way to spend a friday evening around Halloween and Bonfire Night.
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