Revesby Abbey Ghost Hunts

Once the stately home of Lady Beryl Groves, Revesby Abbey feels as if it is isolated from the rest of the world in its 10 acres of land. This grade I listed building dates back to 1845 and was abandoned in 1968.

 The very first building on this site, also known as Revesby Abbey, was a Cistercian Monastery. Monks from the Rievaulx Abbey in Yorkshire were the first to inhabit Revesby, led by Saint Aelred.

 The Abbots became very poor at managing Revesby Abbey and so in 1538, the Duke of Norfolk wrote to Thomas Cromwell to inform him that the Abbey was in ‘great ruin and decay’ and so it was destroyed as were so many other’s under the rule of King Henry VIII.

 The current Abbey is the third building to be called Revesby Abbey and was designed by the renowned Scottish architect, William Burn in 1843 and the building was completed in 1845. The Abbey is built in Jacobean style and stands proudly out of site, tucked away in it’s 10 acres of medieval deer park.

 Ghost hunts at Revesby Abbey can be one of the most terrifying experiences as we go deep into the building’s vast basements and its endless maze of dark corridors. Countless reports of disembodied voices, people being touched and grabbed by unseen hands, dark figures moving towards people, bangs, loud footsteps, whistling and even doors opening and closing of their own accord are all common occurrence at Revesby Abbey.

  • Work in smaller and more personal groups
  • Take part in a variety of activities such as Seances and more
  • Access to ghost hunting equipment such as K-II, trigger objects, ghost meters, EDI’s etc.
  • Opportunities to conduct lone vigils for those feeling brave
  • A friendly and experienced team of investigators offering help and advice throughout the night
  • Qualified first aider present
  • Tea, coffee, cordial  and biscuits included in the cost

Tea, coffee, juices and light snacks provided during this event at the scheduled break times, to help the environment we ask you bring your own travel mugs for your drinks.

Free Onsite parking

Arrival is 15 minutes before the event start time, early admittance is not permitted.

Further information will be sent to all attendees via email 5 Days before the event.

On some events we offer a deposit option, where this option is available you can book with a non-refundable deposit by booking with a deposit you agree to paying any outstanding balance one month prior to the event. Or you can pay in full at the time booking.

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Not suitable for wheelchair users or for people with walking difficulties or mobility issues.

All attendees must be aged 18 years or over 

Not suitable for pregnant ladies 

Flat gripped footwear must be worn no heels.

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Availability & Prices

Saturday 13th April 2024

8pm – 2am

£49.00 per person

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