The Adelaide Gaol can be intensely creepy during the day, but it turns a whole lot darker and much scarier at night, especially on our Adelaide Gaol ghost tour!
If you add stories from our paranormal investigations, intertwine them with some dark history of the building and its inhabitants, end the night with our famous (or should it be infamous) lockdown, then you know you are in for a good night.
We have been the official investigators of the Old Adelaide Gaol for over a decade and we know what the gaol is capable of, but perhaps you can help us experience something we never have before. It appears she still has a few surprises up her sleeve yet!
Our team will guide you through on the Adelaide Gaol ghost tour, where experiences are almost commonplace. You will be introduced to how the gaol operated in the past, especially the darker history of executions and look at whether this has an impact on the ghostly sightings today.
Walkthrough our graveyard, affectionately known as ‘Murderers Row’, and meet some of the 45 executed prisoners who still remain within the precinct of the Adelaide Gaol, and a couple who may even remain in more ways than one.
We also provide a 4-hour option, consisting of a 2-hour ghost tour, break for refreshments and a 1.5-hour ghost hunt using our 'state of the art' paranormal equipment.
- 2-hour ghost tour
- Optional 4-hour ghost hunt ($80 per person)
Old Adelaide Gaol, 18 Gaol Road, Thebarton, South Australia.
Please check our booking page or website for dates.
Tuesday, 30 November, 2021
Saturday, 4 December, 2021
Wednesday, 8 December, 2021
Sunday, 12 December, 2021
Thursday, 16 December, 2021
Monday, 20 December, 2021
Tuesday, 28 December, 2021
15+ only for tours, 18+ only for investigations.
No Alcohol. Anyone under the influence will not be admitted.
The tour is a walkthrough of numerous buildings. There will be a portion of the walking out in the elements.
What to bring/wear
- Sensible flat, enclosed shoes
- Bottle of water if the weather is warm
- Warm clothing in cold weather
The gaol is wheelchair friendly, although access into the cells may not be possible.
Tickets are non-refundable.
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