Sulgrave Manor Ghost Hunt

 

Overview

Transport yourself back in time on a ghost hunt at Sulgrave Manor. This amazing location has many layers of history to uncover as you investigate the many rooms it has to offer in the dead of night.

Sulgrave Manor Ghost Hunt, Banbury, Oxfordshire

Sulgrave Manor is a fantastic and spooky location for a ghost hunt. The Grade 1 listed building is the ancestry home of George Washington, the first United States president. Built in 1538 there are almost 500 years of history to uncover as you ghost hunt in the manor in the dead of night. Who and what will you encounter as you ghost hunt in one of the many rooms Sulgrave Manor has to offer, from the oak paneled parlour room, Tudor kitchen and bedrooms to the foreboding attic and cellar? You really feel transported back in time as you enter this historic manor house. Ghostly sightings, strange noises and phantom footsteps coming from empty rooms and feelings of being watched have been reported  here.

Your Event

On a ghost hunt with Haunted Houses you will have exclusive access to the building/location during the evening. You will learn all about ghost hunting and the techniques used to encourage paranormal activity. We have a whole host of scientific ghost hunt equipment for you to use to aid communication with the spirits. You can take part in Ouija boards, glass divination and table tipping; the more traditional ghost hunt techniques. Or simply sitting in the dark and asking for the spirits to interact with you. Lone vigils (ghost hunting alone) will also be offered where available. During your evening you will be split into smaller groups so you can get the most out of your experience. If you are new to ghost hunting we warn you now – by the end of the night you may just become addicted to the fascinating and intriguing world of ghost hunting.

This is a real ghost hunt experience, there is no fakery, tricks or actors jumping out at you. What are you waiting for? Book your places today!

What professional equipment can you expect to use with Haunted Houses Events?

  • EMF Readers: K2 Meters, Gauss Masters
  • Rem Pods
  • MEL Meters / Temperature Readers
  • EDI+ Devices
  • Laser Grids
  • Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • Trigger Objects / Sensor Lights
  • Ouija Boards / Glass Divination / Table Tipping
  • Dowsing Rods / Crystal Pendulums

 

 

Reported Ghosts

The manor has its fair share of ghost stories and with so much history it’s no mystery as to why. Reports of being watched, strange noises coming from empty rooms, sudden temperature changes, ghostly figures sighted within eerie rooms that some people have feared to enter.

Venue History

Sulgrave Manor is the ancestral home of George Washington, first president of the United States. The manor began life in 1539, built as a traditional long house by Lawrence Washington. The house was several rooms long but only one room deep with a second story above.

In 1673 the manor passed out of the hands of the Washington family when it was purchased Reverend Moses Hodge and it remained in their family for over 150 years. In 1680, Moses’s son made considerable changes to the manor whereby rooms on either side of the building where demolished and the stone reused to build the North Wing.

During the 1800’s the manor fell into disrepair and it’s status was downgraded to a farmhouse. In 1914 it was purchased by the Anglo-American Peace Centenary Committee and in 1920, Sir Reginald Blomfield, a renowned architect, was employed to restore the house and gardens. This saw the addition of a new West Wing to mirror the original Tudor wing. The manor is now a Grade 1 listed building

Sulgrave Manor Ghost Hunt, Banbury, Oxfordshire

Sulgrave Manor is a fantastic and spooky location for a ghost hunt. The Grade 1 listed building is the ancestry home of George Washington, the first United States president. Built in 1538 there are almost 500 years of history to uncover as you ghost hunt in the manor in the dead of night. Who and what will you encounter as you ghost hunt in one of the many rooms Sulgrave Manor has to offer, from the oak paneled parlour room, Tudor kitchen and bedrooms to the foreboding attic and cellar? You really feel transported back in time as you enter this historic manor house. Ghostly sightings, strange noises and phantom footsteps coming from empty rooms and feelings of being watched have been reported  here.

Your Event

On a ghost hunt with Haunted Houses you will have exclusive access to the building/location during the evening. You will learn all about ghost hunting and the techniques used to encourage paranormal activity. We have a whole host of scientific ghost hunt equipment for you to use to aid communication with the spirits. You can take part in Ouija boards, glass divination and table tipping; the more traditional ghost hunt techniques. Or simply sitting in the dark and asking for the spirits to interact with you. Lone vigils (ghost hunting alone) will also be offered where available. During your evening you will be split into smaller groups so you can get the most out of your experience. If you are new to ghost hunting we warn you now – by the end of the night you may just become addicted to the fascinating and intriguing world of ghost hunting.

This is a real ghost hunt experience, there is no fakery, tricks or actors jumping out at you. What are you waiting for? Book your places today!

What professional equipment can you expect to use with Haunted Houses Events?

  • EMF Readers: K2 Meters, Gauss Masters
  • Rem Pods
  • MEL Meters / Temperature Readers
  • EDI+ Devices
  • Laser Grids
  • Thermal Imaging Cameras
  • Trigger Objects / Sensor Lights
  • Ouija Boards / Glass Divination / Table Tipping
  • Dowsing Rods / Crystal Pendulums

 

 

Sulgrave Manor is the ancestral home of George Washington, first president of the United States. The manor began life in 1539, built as a traditional long house by Lawrence Washington. The house was several rooms long but only one room deep with a second story above.

In 1673 the manor passed out of the hands of the Washington family when it was purchased Reverend Moses Hodge and it remained in their family for over 150 years. In 1680, Moses’s son made considerable changes to the manor whereby rooms on either side of the building where demolished and the stone reused to build the North Wing.

During the 1800’s the manor fell into disrepair and it’s status was downgraded to a farmhouse. In 1914 it was purchased by the Anglo-American Peace Centenary Committee and in 1920, Sir Reginald Blomfield, a renowned architect, was employed to restore the house and gardens. This saw the addition of a new West Wing to mirror the original Tudor wing. The manor is now a Grade 1 listed building

The manor has its fair share of ghost stories and with so much history it’s no mystery as to why. Reports of being watched, strange noises coming from empty rooms, sudden temperature changes, ghostly figures sighted within eerie rooms that some people have feared to enter.

  • This location has free parking. A private car park is to the rear of the building
  • Refreshments are provided by Haunted Houses Events and are included in the price
  • Guests may also bring own personal breaktime snacks
  • This is not a sleepover event
  • This location is not suitable for wheelchair users or those with mobility issues

Sulgrave Manor Ghost Hunt

£55.00 Per Person

Transport yourself back in time on a ghost hunt at Sulgrave Manor. This amazing location has many layers of history to uncover as you investigate the many rooms it has to offer in the dead of night.

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