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Haunted, 35 Stonegate - CLOSED

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Haunted, 35 Stonegate - CLOSED

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The Bloody Tour of York - Tourism Award Winner 2020
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The Bloody Tour of York - Tourism Award Winner 2020

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Skip the standard group tours and enjoy an alternative history of York during this award-winning, immersive guided tour of the city. Pass by top attractions—such as the Shambles and Jorvik Viking Centre—as you listen to your guide tell tales of witches, queens, and murderers that you wouldn’t hear on most other tours.
US$17.20 per adult
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Boomblogger wrote a review Sep 2015
London, United Kingdom7 contributions5 helpful votes
I was so nervous about visiting 35 Stonegate as I had heard good, creepy things about it! I was also shown photo's of inside with the entire pictures filled with orbs! I went to Stonegate on valentines day & was given a cute little book for free, so already I was impressed. As I was waiting to go through to the main house I began to feel very anxious, with excitement and with fear! Although the tour of the house was very eerie, I thoroughly enjoyed listening to the voice overs and learning about the history of the place. If you want to feel that little bit creeped out but without the nonsense of actors jumping around then this is for you. It's such a shame to hear it has closed down, was a fantastic york attraction.
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Date of experience: October 2014
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natwinstanley wrote a review Aug 2015
Wigan, United Kingdom938 contributions79 helpful votes
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We all loved Stonegate and were part of the last Team to hold a Public event before it closed. We still make a pilgrimage to the doorway when in town. It is sad that it still lies closed, yes we are grateful that it was saved from falling apart but still know what lies inside. Still For Let although rumours of it being opened as a Jewelery and knick Knack store are gaining momentum with the company starting to recruit staff for ITS new shop in York. Still looks odd all white but lets hope the Black detailing goes back on when it reopens. Bye for now Stonegate, see you soon.
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Date of experience: August 2015
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MustachedHamster wrote a review Aug 2015
York8 contributions9 helpful votes
Was shocked, when visiting York a few months ago, to see this has now closed down. I never wrote a review before, but funnily enough came across some photographs of when I visited 3 years ago, when I was a uni student living in York. I went 4 or 5 times, and every time I had a different experience (only 2 spooky experiences though). The one that sticks out in my mind was in the seance room; I was videoing me and my friends on the Ouija board. It was a silly 5 second video. However, when watching it back a few months ago, right at the end I can hear a child laughing. I absolutely promise, there was NO children on the recording, and neither me or my friends laughed like that. Another time in the seance room, I felt someone behind my left shoulder. I then felt a "blow" on my neck and felt pressure on my shoulder. My friend was on the right of me. All in all great fun! Such a shame.
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Date of experience: September 2014
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Scare Queen wrote a review Apr 2015
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom26 contributions16 helpful votes
Used to visit regularly. A wonderful house filled with history and ghosts. Whether you believe or not it truly was a stunning place. The tour was fun and very creepy. The shop was unique and a fabulously different alternative to the usual shops. Absolutely wonderful and still sad it has gone. I hope its new owners will re-open it as haunted but if not... well im sure the ghosts will make them feel at home. ;)
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Skibumlady wrote a review Feb 2015
Charlotte, North Carolina796 contributions62 helpful votes
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Haunted House - Best thing about this was the store at the entry, even if over-priced. Some of the stained glass was nice, so was the structure/wood work and some of the furnishings - we had to use the flashlight on our phones to see most of the good things about this attraction. Rest was very hokey and not worth the time - most of the tour was in the dark with a taped voice trying to sound spooky. Would have been better with a guide and lights to explain why haunted houses were so important to medieval England. Not for people who are unsteady on their feet - narrow stairs and uneven floors. Might be too dark and scary for very young children as well.
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Date of experience: June 2014
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