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Revesby Abbey - Boston, Lincolnshire
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Venturing into the harrowing basement deep under the ruins of Revesby Abbey in Lincolnshire, you will spend the night within its maze of dark and seemingly endless corridors. This is a location where nightmares are made and with so much reported activity, Haunted Happenings are sure a night at here will be a real test for even the most hardened Ghost Hunter.

Be prepared for anything when you ghost hunt under the ruins of this old abbey which is gaining a reputation as being one of the most active buildings in Britain. Join the Haunted Happenings team as we work in the most daunting areas beneath Revesby Abbey including the haunted servants quarters, chapel and kitchens. You will be taking part in experiments and vigils in your attempts to confront the spirits that lurk here. 

Revesby Abbey

Your Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey


Revesby Abbey is reputed to be one of the most haunted buildings in Britain but certainly has the reputation as the most haunted building in Lincolnshire. With so many reported incidents of harrowing paranormal activity we feel that we should warn you that a night beneath the ruins of Revesby Abbey may be a little too daunting for some.

Footsteps are often heard to approach but no one ever appears, dark figures and shapes dart quickly from room to room. Chanting is often heard but the source can never be found. Bearing witness to slamming doors and doors even locking themselves in the rooms beneath this old abbey is a chilling experience. Whoever remains within the basement of Revesby Abbey likes to make it clear that they want you to leave!

Ghosts of Revesby Abbey


The many rooms and dark areas beneath Revesby Abbey that have their own ghostly phenomena. In the servants quarters, the sound of running footsteps can be heard and the sound of slamming doors resonates throughout the abandoned corridors.

Revesby Abbey is fast becoming a favourite for ghost hunters due to the amount of ghostly activity and experiences witnessed underneath in the abbey ruins. Heavy footsteps and sinister shuffling sounds, accompanied by a menacing shadowy presence are just part of the activity associated with this haunted old abbey.

Unexplainable EMF spikes and measurable temperature changes are common place with some people being so frightened that they have been unable to return to the building. Your Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey will not only take in the tunnels below the ruins of the abbey but also the old stables, chapel and brewhouse.

History of Revesby Abbey


The current Revesby Abbey is the third building to be called such and is Grade I listed. A Grade I listing is the highest possible listing for buildings and hence Revesby Abbey is recognised as one of the most important buildings in the country.

This abbey was designed by renowned Scottish architect William Burn in 1843 and building work finished in 1845. This means the construction of the house took less than two years, to build over 65,000 sq ft of Victorian luxury, which is astounding considering the lengths they went to. The abbey is in the 'Jacobethan' or sometimes 'neo Jacobean' style and was built with 10 acres of formal gardens, rose harbours and such, all surrounded by a medieval deer park.

The first building to be called Revesby Abbey was a Cistercian monastery, hence the name 'Revesby Abbey'. This abbey was founded by william de Roumare, Earl of Lincoln, who became a monk himself. Monks from the famous abbey in Yorkshire, Rievaulx were the first to be sent to inhabit the abbey, led by Saint Aelred of Rievaulx and under St Aelred's management the abbey became one of the most influential Cistercian Abbey's.

Saint Aelred is even today considered a great scholar and philosopher and advised the King of time in many occasions. The abbots became very bad at managing the abbey though and so in 1538, the Duke of Norfolk wrote to Thomas Cromwell to inform him the abbey was "in great ruin and decay" (despite the abbey earning around £600,000 in todays money) and so it was destroyed like so many others under Henry VIII.

After the dissolution, Charles Brandon the first Duke of Suffolk, brother in law to Henry VII got the estate. After he died in 1545, the estate swapped hands many times until it reached Craven Howard who decided he wanted to build a country house on the land. The estate then passed to his son, Henry Howard who decided to sell the house in 1711 to Joseph Banks, the Great Grandfather of the famous botanist and 'Father of Australia' Sir Joseph Banks. 

Joseph Banks died in 1820 and so the estate was passed to a distant relative, James Bank Stanhope. After not being lived in for many years the abbey went into a state of disrepair and so after Banks-Stanhope consulted builders, he came to the conclusion that it would be cheaper to build a beautiful new country house to replace this one. The contents of the house were sold off at auction, but despite what many think most of the buildings materials were not sold, but rather re-used in the current abbey.

Your Event Includes


  • Use of ghost hunting equipment including EMF Meters, K2 Meters etc.
  • Experiments including glass divination, table tipping and Ouija Boards.
  • Workshop and separate vigils for returning guests.
  • Ghost hunting vigils and séances in small groups.
  • Includes teas and coffees

Address, Maps & Hotels


Address & Hotel Information

Revesby Abbey Abbey Road Revesby Boston Lincolnshire PE22 7NX

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Parking
  • Free Onsite Parking

Information


Please be advised this is a UKGH event


Accessibility
  • This location is not suitable for wheelchair users
  • People with mobility issues or walking difficulties please call the office before booking

Important
  • All attendees must be 18 years or older
  • All attendees must bring a torch
  • Wear sensible shoes and warm layered clothing as the location may get cold at night

Revesby Abbey Ghost Hunt - Dates

Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey, Boston - Saturday 16th March 2024

Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey

This event is run by UK Ghost Hunts.

Saturday 16th March 2024
Time: 08:00pm - 2:00am

Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey

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  • Saturday 16th March 2024
  • Time: 08:00pm - 2:00am
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Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey, Boston - Saturday 15th June 2024 £55.00 Per Person

Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey

This event is run by UK Ghost Hunts.

Saturday 15th June 2024
Time: 8:00pm - 2:00am

Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey

15 Jun

This event is run by UK Ghost Hunts.

  • Saturday 15th June 2024
  • Time: 8:00pm - 2:00am
  • £55.00 Per Person
Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey, Boston - Saturday 7th September 2024 £55.00 Per Person

Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey

This event is run by UK Ghost Hunts.

Saturday 7th September 2024
Time: 8:00pm - 2:00am

Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey

7 Sep

This event is run by UK Ghost Hunts.

  • Saturday 7th September 2024
  • Time: 8:00pm - 2:00am
  • £55.00 Per Person
Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey, Boston - Saturday 19th October 2024 £55.00 Per Person

Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey

This event is run by UK Ghost Hunts.

Saturday 19th October 2024
Time: 8:00pm - 2:00am

Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey

19 Oct

This event is run by UK Ghost Hunts.

  • Saturday 19th October 2024
  • Time: 8:00pm - 2:00am
  • £55.00 Per Person
Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey, Boston - Saturday 23rd November 2024 £55.00 Per Person

Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey

This event is run by UK Ghost Hunts.

Saturday 23rd November 2024
Time: 8:00pm - 2:00am

Ghost Hunt at Revesby Abbey

23 Nov

This event is run by UK Ghost Hunts.

  • Saturday 23rd November 2024
  • Time: 8:00pm - 2:00am
  • £55.00 Per Person

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Opening Hours

Monday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
Tuesday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 7:00pm
Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Sunday: 10:00am - 12:00pm
Bank Holidays: Closed

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