Fatal Ferry is back for 2018 from Monday 23rd to Saturday 28th July, and you’ll discover there are plenty more skeletons lurking in the history of this idyllic seaside town. Murder, accidents, war, disasters and suicide will all make an appearance at some of the Ferry’s most iconic locations.
Starting at the viewing platform at the Harbour (just behind the YeAABA building), this tour will take approximately one hour and end at St Vincent Street.
All tickets cost £12. The walk itself is suitable for most walking abilities as there are no stairs, just some grass and uneven paths to walk. Suitable for all ages, although themes are of a dark, gruesome nature. Children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult. See our full terms and conditions for more information.
Here’s what last year’s guests said about the tour:
Dates, Times & Ticket Availability.
|Monday 23rd July||6.15pm|
|Tuesday 24th July||6.15pm|
|Wednesday 25th July||6.15pm|
|Thursday 26th July||6.15pm|
|Friday 27th July||6.15pm|
|Saturday 28th July||6.15pm|
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