image for Ghost Walk item typeWhitby Walks - Ghost and Dracula at Whale Bone Arch

    Ghost Walk, £3-£5

    Whitby Walks Ghost

    Whitby Walks Ghost

    Whitby Walks Drac

    Whitby Walks Drac

    Whitby Walks Heritage

    Whitby Walks Heritage


    North Yorkshire,
    YO21 3HA


    A thousand years of ecclesiastical and maritime heritage are preserved in the historic port of Whitby. Fine houses, secret courtyards, alleys and ghauts remain to be discovered with the 'Storywalker' who, dressed in character costume will tell you stories and answer your questions.

    There is a choice of two 'spooky' experiences including the Ghost Walk and In Search of Dracula.....

    Whitby Ghost Walks with the 'Man in Black' - Harry Collett:

    There is a right way, a wrong way, and a Whitby Way!

    According to the 'Man in Black' who invites you to join him on a 75 minute tour to discover the strange and supernatural tales of murder, mystery and suspense.

    In Search of Dracula with the 'Man in Black' - Harry Collett:

    "Welcome to my house! Enter freely and of your own free will!"

    Walk and talk where Dracula stalked.

    Dare you follow the trail and linger in the streets where vampires still abound?

    Call it a holiday pastime if you like, but be prepared for an experience you may never forget!

    Duration: 75 minutes

    For further details see

    Disabled accessPublic toiletsAccepts groups

    Children welcomeDogs acceptedGuided tours for individualsGuided tours for groupsGuided tours mandatorySmoking allowed

    Opening details

    All Walks start at the Whale Bone Arch 20:00 hours. Other times by arrangement


    Adults £5
    Children (under 14) £3


    See location of Whale Bone Arch on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

    Map reference: NZ 896113  Lat: 54.48914 Long: -0.61832

    By Road:
    A174 - At the roundabout take fist exit into Argyle Road. Right onto North Terrace. Follow along to end of road. The whale bone arch and Captain Cook monument and are to the left at the end before turning right onto East Terrace.
    By Public Transport:
    New Quay road to Peir road and the Kyber Pass to the Whale bone arch, West Cliff. Number 92 local bus up to the West cliff from Whitby bus station and Open top buses during the season run every 15 minutes.

    Parking: free

    Parking: with charge


    • Disabled accessDisabled access
    • Public toiletsPublic toilets
    • Accepts groupsAccepts groups
    • Children welcomeChildren welcome
    • Dogs acceptedDogs accepted
    • Guided tours for individualsGuided tours for individuals
    • Guided tours for groupsGuided tours for groups
    • Guided tours mandatoryGuided tours mandatory
    • Smoking allowedSmoking allowed
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