Oak House Ghost Hunt West Bromwich | nr Birmingham


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Event Price | £39 per person
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Oak House Ghost Hunt | West Bromwich

Oak House Ghost Hunt

Oak House Ghost Hunt

Oak House Ghost Hunt : Join Haunted Evenings as we carry out an intense overnight ghost hunting investigation at this 17th Century Tudor building. The Old Oak House now sits amongst modern houses close to West Bromwich town centre and is rife with reports of paranormal activity from full apparitions to ghostly singing. Step back in time as you enter this stunning building after dark, covering every corner in the quest to capture paranormal evidence. We’ll be conducting old style experiments as well as providing  you with a heap load of paranormal kit (if that’s your thing) and together, we will be getting to the bottom of what ghosts and all things weird still lurk here. Are you ready for a ghost hunting experiencing like no other? Whether you’ve never been on a ghost hunt before or you’re an old veteran, the team will welcome you on this night out at the Old Oak House Museum.

Paranormal Activity at The Oak House Museum

As you enter this imposing 400 year old Tudor building you will soon sense the history and damn right spookiness of this property. Staff refuse to enter the building alone. At night the atmosphere shifts and only the brave would want to spend time here. As you creep around the building, through it’s various rooms on the ground and upper floors, including the reputedly haunted kitchen and master bedroom, will you be “lucky” enough to encounter the old woman dressed in black that has been seen on several occasions?. Many visitors have heard disembodied voices, unexplainable footsteps and whistling. Using modern equipment alongside traditional methods, are you brave enough to investigate this Jacobean building with the lights out?!

History of The Old Oak House

The oldest parts of the building are believed to date back as far as 1590, using materials to create the house in around 1620. One of the first families to be recorded as owners were the Turton family in 1634, who were Yeomens. The Turtons were a fairly wealthy farming family who wanted to show off their upward wealth through their lavish property, with additions made in the 1650’s.  The last owner recorded was Alderman Farley who purchased Oak House with the intentions of using it as his private dwelling. He did however end up presenting it to the town to be turned into a museum. The museum opened in 1898 and has been part of the local township ever since.

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Event times | 7.45pm -12.45am
Arrival times | From 7.45pm

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Full Price: £39.00



*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
*Complimentary drinks/snacks provided (to be consumed in the baseroom only)

*Guests must bring a torch, wrap up warm and wear sensible shoes
*Guests must adhere to health & safety at all times, incl respecting the museum (no touching displays etc)


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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Location / Map

Oak House Museum
Oak Road
West Bromwich
West Midlands
B70 8HJ

Event Review / Blog


Whilst it’s fair to say West Bromwich might not be most peoples first choice for a romantic valentines location, tucked away within West Broms’ suburbia is a stunning 400 year old Tudor building that is easy to fall in love with!. With several rooms to investigate, this olde charmer of a building was a beautiful location to spend time investigating last night!.

As per usual we split guests down into groups, all in turn spending time conducting vigils in the main parlour, kitchen, servants quarters and infamous master bedroom.
Tonight’s evidence was gentle, but fascinating nevertheless….


Ghostly voices, albeit muffled, were captured in the upper bedrooms, with at one point 2 K2 (EMF meters) triggering on command when we we asked if we were welcome in the building. One guest felt pain in her side and when speaking afterwards to the keyholder, this has occurred on previous investigations!

In a later vigil, K2’s triggered twice on command in the exact same room where earlier, a female (maid, 1700’s, with 1 child) was detected from spirit via a Human Pendulum experiment.

Our Ouija boards made connections with spirit energy from the location, believed to be connected to the building. Activity heightened when the name William was mentioned, which is a name connected with the building. One amazing highlight was a REMPOD triggering in the doorway to the servants bedroom when spirit was asked to enter the room. It triggered on command which was amazing!

Thank you to all who attended this special night on our return visit to The Oak House