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  • Green Flag Award

Guided Walk, Sat 18 Nov 2017 - Sat 1 Dec 2018, free entry

GREEN FLAG AWARD

The Original Hangman's Hill Ghost Walk

The Original Hangman's Hill Ghost Walk

15 years of Ghost walks! Join us for a night of ghost stories, Urban legends and local history. Are you brave enough?

Address

Paul's Nursery Road,
Loughton,
Essex,
IG10 4AE

Details

Take part in the official Original Hangman's Hill Epping Forest ghost walk, as seen on TV's Most Haunted and the Only Way is Essex!

Previous guests during this bone chilling ghost walk, have reported being pushed, touched and have a feeling of being followed by unseen Spirits.

Join us on the ghostly walk that is Hangman’s Hill - take part in a series of ghostly walks, tales and local legends.

During the walk you will take in several stops to hear tales of ghosts, hauntings,local history and murder.

This is then followed by a stop nearby the eerie cemetery and an area that was once the site of a grand house, said to be still haunted by the family and staff that once lived there.

You will be taken on a walk through the woods to carry out a seance during which our Medium will then attempt to contact the spirits and energies of any ghosts that may be present.

As the evening continues you will hear many other tales that include sightings of a troubled spirit who runs in front of passing cars glaring into the eyes of drivers before disappearing, the ghost of a dead girl who is said to have drowned near the Kings Oak Pub, the penny farthing ghost, a headless horsemen and much much more...

To finish we will continue down the Epping pass and towards what is now known as the notorious Hangman’s Hill Epping Forest before returning to the Kings Oak to finish.

This is an exciting dark and scary night one not to be missed!

Are you brave enough,Join us if you dare.....

Baby changing facilitiesCredit cards accepted (no fee)Disabled toiletsGift shopPublic toiletsWelcome HostAccepts groups

The High Beach Visitor Centre is situated at High Beach, a traditional Epping Forest beauty spot. Staff are on hand to advise you about your visit and help you enjoy the forest. A full range of leaflets and maps are available, as well as a good selection of toys, gifts and souvenirs including items made from Epping Forest wood. The Visitor Centre is the place to come to buy tickets for events or horse riding licences. Opening times •Open Wednesday - Sunday 10am - 3pm •The Visitor Centre is open on Bank Holidays; it is closed on Christmas Day. Facilities •Refreshments are available at the King’s Oak pub and from kiosks both alongside the pub and by the Pillow Mounds, High Beach. •The Epping Forest Field Studies Centre, which is located next door, •Public toilets are available in High Beach car park and in the Visitor Centre itself. The Visitor Centre is a purpose built ground floor building and is fully accessible. The Easy Access path just outside leads the visitor on an attractive loop through Epping Forest with some showcase ancient pollards and attractive views which will be enjoyed by wheelchair users, people with buggies or anyone who would prefer a hard surface and clear route for their walk. Browse our selected giftware and traditional toys. We supply a choice of maps and guide books about the forest and related discounted books on wildlife and related topics. We’re doing our bit to recycle your old books, so browse our ‘Spread the Word Shelf’ or donate us your unwanted novels or other books to share with our visitors. Birds and squirrels enjoy tasty snacks at the bird feeder, so come and watch from the comfort of the Visitor Centre. We have plenty of different bird identification guides for sale, so start your bird watching expeditions here. Come and look at the natural history displays. Children and families in particular will enjoy our traditional display case of forest wildlife. See how many different birds, butterflies and mammals you can spot both in the case and around the building.

Event details

Dates Times
Sat 18 Nov 2017 - Sat 1 Dec 2018
Varies see event listings

Prices

Free entry

Vary different times of the year but generally £14/£22 per person

Events at this Venue

date event
Sat 18 Nov - Sat 1 Dec Hangman's hill Ghost Walk

Location

Directions

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Map reference: TQ 410980  Lat: 51.66310 Long: 0.03727

The High Beach Visitor Centre is situated behind the landmark - the King’s Oak pub on Queen’s Green, High Beach. Free car parking is available in several areas of High Beach. Loughton Station (Central Line) is the nearest tube station and is about a 30 minute walk away through the forest and Loughton town centre.

Parking: free

Facilities

  • Baby changing facilitiesBaby changing facilities
  • Credit cards accepted (no fee)Credit cards accepted (no fee)
  • Disabled toiletsDisabled toilets
  • Gift shopGift shop
  • Public toiletsPublic toilets
  • Welcome HostWelcome Host
  • Accepts groupsAccepts groups

The High Beach Visitor Centre is situated at High Beach, a traditional Epping Forest beauty spot. Staff are on hand to advise you about your visit and help you enjoy the forest. A full range of leaflets and maps are available, as well as a good selection of toys, gifts and souvenirs including items made from Epping Forest wood. The Visitor Centre is the place to come to buy tickets for events or horse riding licences. Opening times •Open Wednesday - Sunday 10am - 3pm •The Visitor Centre is open on Bank Holidays; it is closed on Christmas Day. Facilities •Refreshments are available at the King’s Oak pub and from kiosks both alongside the pub and by the Pillow Mounds, High Beach. •The Epping Forest Field Studies Centre, which is located next door, •Public toilets are available in High Beach car park and in the Visitor Centre itself. The Visitor Centre is a purpose built ground floor building and is fully accessible. The Easy Access path just outside leads the visitor on an attractive loop through Epping Forest with some showcase ancient pollards and attractive views which will be enjoyed by wheelchair users, people with buggies or anyone who would prefer a hard surface and clear route for their walk. Browse our selected giftware and traditional toys. We supply a choice of maps and guide books about the forest and related discounted books on wildlife and related topics. We’re doing our bit to recycle your old books, so browse our ‘Spread the Word Shelf’ or donate us your unwanted novels or other books to share with our visitors. Birds and squirrels enjoy tasty snacks at the bird feeder, so come and watch from the comfort of the Visitor Centre. We have plenty of different bird identification guides for sale, so start your bird watching expeditions here. Come and look at the natural history displays. Children and families in particular will enjoy our traditional display case of forest wildlife. See how many different birds, butterflies and mammals you can spot both in the case and around the building.