Ghost Bus Tours of London

Before leaving the UK we decided to spend our final days in London checking out the city one last time. When we were looking for stuff we might like to do in London while we were there we saw some ads for the Ghost Bus Tour. We got some tickets and our friends that we met at the Foxhall Vegan B&B in the Lake District joined us as well.
We had never been on a bus tour of London before but this wasn't just another bus tour since it was a scary Ghost Bus driving us around. 

The Ghost Bus Tour is great because they show you around the sights of London telling you about the dark side and all the frightening things that have happened in London throughout it's history. There is plenty of crazy stories.
The bus looked awesome and we had perfect mood lighting for all the scary stuff going on. The guide was great and there was a storyline and scary stuff would happen just as you let your guard down.
There was also a lot of laughs as the show was not only creepy but also quite hilarious. London was really cool to see at night especially for a Ghost Bus Tour.
After the tour we managed to get a picture with some of the crazy characters. We were smiling but they we still very much in character. Thank guys. We enjoyed the Ghost Bus Tour a lot. If you're in London and looking for a bus tour that's a bit out of the ordinary and looking for a bit of a show than the Ghost Bus Tour is the way to go. The also run tours in Edinburgh and York.
Afterwards we had some coffee with our friends and then took a quick selfie together to remember the night by. Hopefully we meet again someday. I'm sure we will.
Have you ever been on a Ghost Bus tour? Or a scary tour of a city before? Did you enjoy it?

Comments

  1. Hi, Thanks for posting your Scary Ghost Bus tour...reminded me of the time I was in Scotland and I did a walking tour called City of the Dead. Very good tour...scary and suspenseful! . Love all your posts...keep up the great work

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    1. The 'scary' tours seem to be some of the best! Glad you are enjoying our blog. :) Thank you for your support.

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  2. OMG I would freak the F out for sure - but in a weird weird way, I kind of like getting the HEEBIE JEEEBIES!

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    1. Lol. Some of it was a little creepy, but for the most part it was pretty fun and entertaining.

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  3. wow looks interesting! i would love to check this out next time I get to visit london :) thanks for sharing xo, sharon

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    1. Definitely do so if you get the chance! It was really fun.

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  4. That sounds like a fun way to explore the city!

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  5. And it looks like it was rainy, so I bet that added to the atmosphere as well. I love London so much, glad that you got to explore it!

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    1. We love London too! So much to do. Yeah, the stormy weather added to the mix well.

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  6. Wow interesting topic, I went to a scary tour in Amsterdam. But to be honest the scariest experiences were traveling solo in dangerous countries, not because of the countries themselves but because of my ignorance and lack of preparation
    If you like different traveling stories check out this talented photographer's story who was courageous enough to visit dangerous parts of Caracas, Venezuela, to find the beauty in between the danger and poverty: http://www.mundusurfer.com/the-two-faces-of-human-materialism.html

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    1. Very cool. We also went on scary tours in Seattle, USA and Edinburgh, Scotland.

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  7. I wish you would have told us more about the specifics of the tour. How long did it take? How much did it cost? What were some of the most memorable stories that were told?

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    1. It was about £20 a ticket. The tour was about an hour and a half. They told us the story about how and who the bus was haunted with!! Dun dun duuuuh

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  8. The amount of times I travel through central London at night after work and I have never seen the Ghost Bus tours. Must be a new start up. Any details on this company?

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    1. We found them to be a great company to tour London with. It was highly entertaining and we had a great time.

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  9. This is soo cool. Have to try this out the next time I'm in London.. Love it Xx

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  10. I haven't been on one of these but it does look intriguing!

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  11. YES. I did this when I had friend visiting us (we had the same host as you! He was fantastic) and we enjoyed it. It was very silly and great time was had by all.

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    1. Awesome!! Glad you enjoyed it as well.

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  12. What an interesting and unique way to tour around London. Might have to take my little nephew on one of these tours when I am back home in London.

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    1. Yeah it is great fun. It's also great that it is a little different than most bus tours.

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  13. Completely new perspective to tour London! Sounds quite exciting, if time permits I will include in my itinerary.

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  14. The Ghost Bus Tour sounds creepily interesting. I am definitely doing it when i visit London in few months time. Thanks for the suggestion.

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  15. This is something really different to do in London! Never heard about this tour before! It reminds me a bit of Dutch carnaval :)

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    1. Hmm, I am interested in this Dutch Carnaval!

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  16. Ahh this sounds so scary! I would probably be terrified, but it sounds like such a unique experience in London. Any tips on getting less scared if I end up going? I don't want to scream too loudly haha :)

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    1. Haha, no, it is more of a comedic tour, than a scary one!

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  17. I haven't heard about Ghost Bus Ride in London ever. Its quite interesting for me. It must have been a crazy ride with scary stories . I would certainly love to be part of the ride someday.

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    1. They were more disturbing stories with a comedic undertones! :) It was fun.

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