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City Hall Cardiff Ghost hunting nights

City Hall, Cardiff Ghost Hunt

Cardiff City Hall Ghost Hunts With Paranormal Eye UK.

Ghost hunts at Cardiff City Hall will certainly leave you with unanswered questions; built on the site of a Roman fortress, it’s no wonder this alluring building reels you into false pretences. This vast location has an array of endless dark, eerie corridors, many secret rooms, and hidden staircases. At nightfall, Cardiff city hall certainly makes your hairs stand on end. Join the Paranormal Eye UK team as we indulge in this haunted location as we put our anxieties to the test on this paranormal event.

Dark ghostly apparitions have been seen wandering the council chambers. Dramatic ghostly music has been heard coming from a locked-off assembly room. Heavy footsteps have been heard within the building, along with doors slamming shut. The staff here refuse to lock up alone for fear of what they have witnessed. Poltergeist activity is reported. Join the Paranormal Eye UK team on a ghost hunt like no other at this intense haunted location of Cardiff city hall. Can you hold your nerve on this paranormal event at the haunted city hall?

History of City Hall Cardiff 

City Hall is a grade 1 listed building that stands in the heart of Cardiff in South Wales. It is the centrepiece of one of the world’s finest civic centres, an area of impressive buildings, landscaped gardens and broad tree-lined avenues.

City Hall was opened in 1906 after Cardiff was given its royal charter as a city in 1905. It is built in the English Renaissance style, and the exterior is carved from Portland stone.

City Hall houses an extensive art collection, including "Winter" by Joseph Farquharson. The collection is displayed for visitors, subject to the rooms not being hired for private functions. There is also a booklet with full details of the art collection available free from the reception desk at City Hall.

The Clock Tower of City Hall is perhaps the most distinctive architectural feature of the building, bold and asymmetrical and a well-loved Cardiff landmark. The distinctive clock tower is 59 m in height and has a 3.7 m-diameter gilded dial on each of its four faces. The clock mechanism includes an hour bell and four quarter bells, each inscribed with mottoes in English or Welsh.

The magnificent exterior of City Hall prepares the visitor for the decorative Edwardian interiors, where rooms, both large and small, are all elegantly proportioned. The portico leads into the main foyer and reception.

Magnificent columns of Sienna marble line the appropriately named Marble Hall mounted in bronze. Beyond the doors at its northern end lies the Assembly Room. This splendid interior has played host to Royalty, Heads of State and diplomats from all over the world on many great occasions.

Directly beneath the dome of City Hall is the Council Chamber, which has witnessed many passionate debates over the years. Today it is available for numerous other uses, including press conferences, televised debates, meetings and wedding ceremonies.

The complex was commissioned to replace Cardiff's fourth town hall on the western side of St Mary's Street, completed in 1853. Lord Bute officially opened the new building on 29 October 1906.

In front of the entrance, the portico is a rectangular pool with fountains. The fountains were created to mark the investiture of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales in July 1969.

This Event Includes 

Access to the location after dark

Working in Small Groups, Using an array of different equipment and techniques

Spiritual Medium during the investigation

Complimentary Tea, Coffee,

Complimentary light snacks

Requirements For This Event 

All attendees must be 18 years or older.

Not suitable for pregnant ladies.

Anyone under or suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or illegal substances will not be permitted.

This is an old and dark location; all attendees must bring a torch with them.

All attendees are expected to wear sensible shoes, no heels or sandals.

We advise that you wear warm clothing, as this location can be very cold after dark (even during the summer months)

This location is not suitable for wheelchair users or those with mobility issues.

Cardiff City Hall Overnight ghost tours, Ghost Hunts

City Hall Cardiff Ghost Hunt 

Saturday 29th July 2023 9 pm till 2.00 am 

Only £45.00 Per Person 



Before booking this event, please read the following as per our terms and conditions which are agreed upon at the point of sale.

All payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Cardiff City Hall Ghost nights, Paranormal Events, Haunt Nights

City Hall Cardiff Ghost Hunt 

Friday 6th October 2023 9 pm till 2.00 am 

Only £45.00 Per Person 



Before booking this event, please read the following as per our terms and conditions which are agreed upon at the point of sale.

All payments are non-refundable and non-transferable.

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