Ghost Hunts at Gressenhall Workhouse
Welcome to Gressenhall Workhouse! Built in 1777 Gressenhall Workhouse was a place where people suffered immense cruelty. A place where tormented souls still reside to this day…
Gressenhall Workhouse stands as a chilling testament to its tormented past. Within its walls, the restless spirits of those who suffered linger, their presence palpable in every shadowed corner. Are you brave enough to confront these echoes of despair and unveil the haunting truths they hold?
Established in 1777, Gressenhall Workhouse was one of Norfolk’s earliest Houses of Industry. It was designed as a haven for the poor, but the reality was far from it. With the introduction of the Poor Law Amendment Act in 1834, the workhouse transformed into a place of despair and hardship.
Men, women, and children were segregated, subjected to gruelling tasks, and lived under the constant shadow of cruelty. From breaking stones to pumping water, the inmates endured relentless labour. The only solace was the limited healthcare and education provided.
Today, the workhouse stands as a testament to the countless souls who once resided within its walls. Many believe these spirits, trapped by their tragic past, still wander the corridors.
From ghostly footsteps echoing in the silence to chilling touches by unseen hands, Gressenhall is a hotbed of paranormal activity.
The laughter of children, the whispers of women, and the heavy footsteps of men have been reported by many. The laundry, the museum area, and the schoolhouse are particularly active, with numerous accounts of apparitions and eerie occurrences.
Join us on this ghost hunt and explore the most haunted areas of the workhouse. Venture into the dungeon, the laundry, the school room, the orchard, the board room, Cherry Tree Cottage, and the chapel.
Armed with state-of-the-art ghost hunting equipment, you’ll have the chance to communicate with the spirits, conduct séances, and even experience lone vigils for those brave enough.
Book your tickets now and experience the thrill and torment of a night at Gressenhall Workhouse.
Spots will fill up quickly for this one, so hurry and book now!
Deposits are available for just £20.