Galway is a city built on good humor,
good health, good times, and thousands of graves...
Visit the lonely Long Walk! Learn of the Cathedral's dark history as a city jail!
Witness the ominous ruins of Claregalway Abbey, and stop for a free ghoulish drink in McHughs bar
to settle your nerves! The Best night out in Galway City - Two professional actors onboard our custom built theatre bus.
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2 Professional ActorsTheatre on wheels
Custom Built BusGalways creepy customised ride
Free Ghoulish DrinkTo settle your nerves!
Galway Gravedigger Ghost Bus Tour
The Galway Ghost Bus Tour Costs €29 Per person – This Includes A FREE GHOULISH DRINK at McHughs Bar & Restaurant.
The duration of the bus tour is approximately 2 hours.
The tour departs outside Kinlay Hostel on the corner of Eyre Square at 7.45pm. The stories start with an overview of Galway's long
history of turmoil, conflict and hauntings, as recounted by the tour's fiendish guide - who happens to be speaking from first-hand
Put yourself at ease, however, and your ears will be privy to a collection of stories guaranteed to chill even the most hardened passenger
to the bone.
– Stand at the foot of the Spanish Arch and gaze out over the scenic Long Walk, hearing a tale of the forlorn spirit said to wander
– Visit the Galway Cathedral, once home to the city's public jail - and the mass grave dug for all those executed
– Arrive at Claregalway Abbey, and pay your respects to the peaceful commune of monks who were massacred and driven from their own place of worship
Galway is a city like no other, and on the Galway Gravedigger Ghost Bus tour you'll be captivated by the history you won't hear anywhere else!!
Just try not to scream...
See the lonely
Somewhere along Galway's most famous promenade, the spirit of a departed woman is said to roam endlessly.
But is this ghost benign, malicious, or otherwise? Find out for yourself as you hear the haunting account of a writer
who chose to walk the promenade in the dead of night.
Before this towering structure served as the most prominent church in the city's skyline, its site was home to Galway's
public penitentiary where numerous convicts, inmates and soldiers who fought for Ireland's independence were put to death.
Could some of their spirits yet linger?
Witness the ominous ruins of
Far from the city lights and adrift in the lonely countryside, Claregalway Abbey stands as a sad ruin and monument to the
persecution of Catholic faithful beginning in Ireland's 16th Century. Learn of the monks who once prayed in its halls and
tended its gardens, and the sad fate that befell them and their monastery.
Stop in McHugh's Bar
Stop in and enjoy a pint or two at the remote McHughs Bar, where a ghoulish shot will be provided to passengers free of charge.
Warning: it'll knock you dead. A great way to settle your nerves before the final leg of the journey home.
Custom built inside and out!
Come and join us on Galway's most unique bus - The Gravedigger Ghost Tour! Tour last approximately 2 Hours long.
The award winning bus is decked out across two floors, complete with its own prison cell!
Galway's Ghost Bus
Join your guide as he takes you through the weird and wonderful events that have taken place in times gone by, unearthing legends and ghosts from Galways's past.