St Georges Hall and Catacombs Liverpool ghost hunt
Non celeb event
Date - 13th July 2024
Times - 9pm til 1am
Price - £59pp
Deposit option available
From dark shadows seen to voices and footsteps heard..Dare you enter the unknown with Most Haunted Experience.
On this event we have the upper level of St Georges Hall itself..the courts and the rooms..
But we also have the dark catacombs below..What lurks within ?
USE THE PAYMENT OPTION TO PAY YOUR DEPOSIT..FULL PAYMENT OR REMAINING BALANCE AFTER YOUR DEPOSIT HAS BEEN PAID..BALANCES ARE DUE 4 WEEKS BEFORE THE EVENT DATE..PRICES ARE ALL PER PERSON
St Georges Hall/Catacombs Liverpool 13th July 2024
- History The site of the hall was formerly occupied by the first Liverpool Infirmary from 1749 to 1824. Triennial music festivals were held in the city but there was no suitable hall to accommodate them. Following a public meeting in 1836 a company was formed to raise subscriptions for a hall in Liverpool to be used for the festivals, and for meetings, dinners and concerts. Shares were made available at £25 each and by January 1837 £23,350 (equivalent to £1,913,510 in 2015) had been raised. In 1838 the foundation stone was laid to commemorate the coronation of Queen Victoria.. St George's Hall is widely regarded as one of the finest neo-classical buildings in the world and is a Grade I listed building. It was reopened in 2007 by Prince Charles after a £23m refurbishment programme. Built in the early 1800s as a space for music festivals and the Civil and Crown courts, the hall has always been at the heart of community life in the city. Over 25,000 people gathered outside the Hall when John Lennon was killed, and in excess of 65,000 witnessed Liverpool's spectacular European Capital of Culture People’s Opening in 2008.