Ghost Hunts Ordsall Hall Manchester | Ghost Hunt Salford


Event Date | TBC
Event Price | £55.00 per person
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Join Haunted Evenings as we explore this 750 year old site where this former stately home near Manchester now stands. This stunning 15th Century Grade I listed Tudor Mansion is reputedly so haunted that it boasts it’s own set of “ghost cams”!. Dare to join the team for an intense overnight investigation at one of Manchester’s finest paranormal hotspots?!

 History of Ordsall Hall

Ordsall Hall was home to the Radclyffe family for over 300 years. They first took ownership of the land and previous dwelling around 1335. The current building was built during the 15th Century to replace the original hall by order of Sir Alexander Radclyffe (High Sherriff of Lancaster). Ordsall Hall had further alterations and additions in the 17th Century, which included a brick house on the west side of the hall. In 1666, Ordsall Hall was the largest house in Salford and left the Radclyffe family in 1704. The Hall remained in occupation until 1871 when it then became a Working Men’s Club up until 1883 when purchased by Earl Egerton of Tatton who went on to use the hall to establish a clergy training school after he restored the hall in 1896 (adding a church in the north forecourt and a new servants wing on the south side which were both demolished in the 1960’s). During WWII it was used as a radio station and by 1972 opened to the public as a period house and local museum of History.

Haunted Ordsall Hall

Inside Ordsall Hall

Your overnight ghost hunt at Ordsall Hall will see you heading off in small groups  in all directions using an array of different techniques in order to establish who still haunts here. It is believed the building is mostly haunted by Margaret Radclyffe who has been seen on many occasions in the Great Hall and Star Chamber. So much so that ghost cams have been set up in the most haunted rooms of this old Mansion. What will you experience overnight in one of Manchester’s oldest and most haunted buildings?!

What’s Included on this event? | Ghost Hunts Ordsall Hall

  • Access to all available areas of Ordsall Hall. Incl. Great Hall, Star Chamber and Great Chamber, Kitchen & Attic
  • Jam packed night of ghost hunting in all areas listed using different techniques (see “What’s Included” tab below for full details)
  • Full use of all the latest paranormal equipment
  • Fully Insured Event
  • Complimentary drinks and snacks available during the event

Event Date


Event Times | 9.00pm-02.00am 
Arrival/Entry Time | 9.00pm 

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Full Price: £55.00



*Guests must be 18+ (please contact for 16+)
*Deposits are strictly non-refundable / non-transferable
*Remaining balances refundable up until 4 weeks before
*No alcohol / illegal substances allowed prior to or during the event
*Guests must bring a torch and wear sensible shoes
*Some parts of the location may not be suitable for people with mobility difficulties 


What happens after I’ve booked my place?

You will receive an order confirmation email once you have successfully placed your order. This is your proof of purchase as we do not send tickets out for our events, instead we operate a Guest List system. On receiving your order you will be automatically added to our guest list. Closer to your event date, you’ll be able to access all welcome information about your event from the “YOUR EVENT” tab from the main menu. This will give you all the information you will need for your night to come, including check in procedures, where to park, when to arrive and what to bring/wear. These details will likely not be available until the week of your event and could be added as late as 48 hours before. If your event is a few weeks away, please keep checking the Your Event tab closer to your event date. Most general information,( google map, arrival times) can be found on the product listing in the meantime.

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What's Included

*Welcome Meeting

*Walk round of the location with the lights on, pointing out places of interest.

*Guests will then be split into smaller groups to carry out small vigils

*Equipment Vigil. Guests will investigate an area using all the latest paranormal equipment. We will show you how to use all the devices, from thermal imaging cameras to listening devices. We will also see what we capture using voice and video recorders.

* Communication Boards. Guests will move on to another area and use techniques on the Ouija board, Yes|No boards. Equipment will also be available for guests to use during the session.

* Victorian Vigil. Guests will move on to another area and will have a go at using old and new techniques such as Table Tipping, Human Pendulums. We will also carry out EVP experiments, alongside these more traditional style investigations.

* Lone Vigils. Guests brave enough will be given time to re-visit areas of the location unaccompanied. Armed with walkie talkie contact with the team, guests can take any available equipment and conduct their own vigils.

*Group Vigil. Guests wanting to stay close to the team, will finish off the night carrying out a final vigil in the most active part of the location, using the technique that had the best response.

*Tea, coffee, soft drinks and snacks will be available throughout the event to purchase direct from Ordsall Hall.

Location / Map

Ordsall Hall Museum
322 Ordsall Ln,
M5 3AN

Free Parking Available On-Site

Event Review / Spoiler!



Pretty much bang on 6 months after our last Haunted Evening at Ordsall Hall, we were back last night to investigate this stunning location nestled in amongst modern suburbia. With 2 different ages to the building guests spent an equal measure in both parts, with paranormal experiences reported mainly during traditional methods.

The ouija sessions, held up in the attic and 18th Century rooms, picked up (during 2 separate vigils) the presence of a little girl unbeknownst to either group. Having read through March’s review, this is evidently not the first time a girl spirit has been sensed.
Speaking of senses, lots of guests reported strange feelings, from guests unexplainably bursting into laughter, others feeling sick and discomfort, to more subtle feelings of being touched and various reports of cold spots lower down, suggesting perhaps children present. The name Elizabeth was picked up on by 3 separate guests and a male presence sensed once again in one of the bedrooms (same as last time) with an almighty shout heard via our recorders moments before we ended our final vigil.

Thank you to all of last nights guests who got fully involved in the vigils and helped bring the evidence forward. Manchester has been a busy weekend with 2 back to back events and we’ve enjoyed investigating both venues… next week we head further north as we revisit Edinburgh!

Dating back over 750 years, the site of Ordsall Hall, a magnificent Manor house that is now strangely shrouded in modern suburbia, was last nights Haunted Evenings home and a 3rd visit for H.E. Guests had the opportunity to investigate the stunning Great hall, attic space, kitchen and former bedrooms, which predate the 15th Century.

Highlights :

Cold spots (in this very warm location) were detected in random parts of the upper master bedroom with K2’s also triggering on command. EVP’s backed up that feeling of not being alone with one partly clear voice recording capturing the sentence “in the bedroom” (recording below) and 2 consecutive recordings suggesting we “get back”.

In the lower ground (now) bedroom area, dowsing rods for one group detected a male presence who reacted more so with the females in the group (believed to be (Sir) John) and who took a particular shine to one of the ladies!
In the kitchen area a strange figure was mapped out on our laptops SLS camera which again suggested the group were not alone, EMF meters also triggered in this area.
The great hall was where we conducted human pendulums, with all groups experiencing some level of activity. A male spirit called Edward, believed to be a Scottish soldier, was particularly strong for one group and for another, a man in robes (religious) was sensed. On enquiring afterwards with Ordsall Hall staff, the hall was once used as a religious training centre.

Up in the attic, for most of the evening at least, the level of activity was fairly low other than an initial “welcome” heard clearly on playback from one of our recorders (listen in to the recording below). However, group 3 had a phenomenal ouija session with a little spirit girl being detected. A feeling of sadness came over for some of the guests as the child communicated through yes/no and K2 meter responses. Through questioning, it was established that she wished to be reunited with her mother. As the spirit was encouraged to cross over, a K2 and Rempod surged with energy before the atmosphere changed back to normal once she had crossed. An emotional way for some to end their night at Ordsall Hall.

With cracking guests in all groups willing to take part in each experiment, last nights Haunted Evening was an absolute pleasure to be apart of, so thank you all for your enthusiasm and patience which truly helped get the results from last nights paranormal investigation.

Guest Testimonials

Thank you for the feedback!

“A fantastic night run by great friendly people. Carrie and I really enjoyed the evening. Will definitely do more adventures with Haunted Evenings. 👍🏼👍🏼” 30.03.19 R.Pickard Source:facebook

“Had such a great first haunted evening night. Thanks to all, we will be booking another soon 👍🏻” 30.03.19 D.Karl Source:facebook

“What a good night this was !! Great team of people thank you !!” 30.03.19 R.Egan Source:facebook

“Had such a fab night, thanks to all the team and staff at Ordsall Hall!” 30.03.19 A.Beesley Source:facebook