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Spirits of the Dungeons Tours

Galleries of Justice Museum, High Pavement, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG1 1HN
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Spirits of the Dungeons Tours


Saturday 8, Thursday 27 & Saturday 29 October and Thursday 3 November 2016 from 5pm

Take a tour of the Galleries of Justice Museum after dark – recently voted as one of the most haunted venues in the world!

Led by Spiritual Medium Maria Davey, you will experience for yourself those entities that have chosen to remain in our ancient prison.  Incorporating original corridors of crime and punishment, caves, cells and dungeons, you will see how history and the supernatural intertwine and challenge your own psychic sensitivity in the darkest, deepest depths of one of the world’s most haunted buildings… if you dare!


Maria comes from a dedicated team of professional mediums and psychics known as ‘SpiritualEyes’, whose aim is to take some of the hysteria out of hauntings rather than to be afraid of ghosts and spirits.

She has many years of experience in communicating with spirits and interacting with those who have passed over to understand why the spirits that remain have chosen to do so.

Maria will guide you through our ancient caves and dungeons whilst delving into the haunting history about the spirits that exist at the Galleries of Justice Museum. 

Tickets: £9.95 per person

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All tours start at 5:00pm and last approx. 1 hour.

Booking information:

Call 0115 9520555 (opt. 4) or email

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