top of page
Chirk Mill Paranormal Evening

Cardiff City Hall Paranormal Evenings

Cardiff City Hall Ghost Hunt

Chirk Mill Overnight Ghost Hunt

Experience Chills and Thrills with Cardiff City Hall Ghost Hunt
Discover the chilling secrets of Cardiff City Hall as you join the renowned Paranormal Eye UK team on an unforgettable journey into the realm of the supernatural. This historic building, situated on the outskirts of a Roman fortress, holds a mysterious allure with its labyrinthine dark corridors, concealed rooms, and enigmatic staircases. As night descends, the atmosphere becomes increasingly eerie, intensified by the numerous reported deaths that have occurred within its walls over the years. Prepare to witness the unexplainable as visitors have recounted spine-tingling encounters with ghostly apparitions wandering the council chambers. The air becomes thick with an otherworldly presence, and the sound of haunting music has been known to emanate from a locked-off assembly room, sending shivers down the spines of those who dare to listen. The echoes of heavy footsteps and the unsettling sound of slamming doors reverberate through the hallways, leaving an indelible mark on the memories of those who have experienced it firsthand. The staff, too, have their own tales to tell, refusing to lock up alone due to the unnerving encounters they have faced. Venture further into the heart of the building, and you may stumble upon the hidden derelict flat, where cries and moans have been heard during previous ghost hunts. The Paranormal Eye UK team invites you to join them on this unique ghost hunt, where you will have the opportunity to test your mettle against the chilling paranormal activity that permeates every corner of Cardiff City Hall. Are you brave enough to confront the unknown and unravel the mysteries that lie within its haunted walls?

History Of Cardiff City Hall

City Hall is a grade 1 listed building in the heart of Cardiff, South Wales. It is the centrepiece of one of the world’s finest civic centres, an area of impressive buildings, landscaped gardens, and broad tree-lined avenues.
City Hall, a testament to Cardiff's rich history, was opened in 1906, a year after the city was granted its royal charter. Built in the English Renaissance style, its exterior, crafted from Portland stone, stands as a symbol of the city's heritage.
City Hall is not just a building, but a treasure trove of art. Its extensive collection, including masterpieces like 'Winter' by Joseph Farquharson, is a sight to behold. While some rooms may be reserved for private functions, the art is proudly displayed for all to appreciate. A complimentary booklet with detailed information about the collection is available at the reception desk.

The Clock Tower of City Hall is perhaps the most distinctive architectural feature of the building, bold and asymmetrical and a well-loved Cardiff landmark. The distinctive clock tower is 59 m in height and has a 3.7 m-diameter gilded dial on each of its four faces. The clock mechanism includes an hour bell and four quarter bells, each inscribed with mottoes in English or Welsh.
The magnificent exterior of City Hall prepares the visitor for the decorative Edwardian interiors, where rooms, both large and small, are all elegantly proportioned. The portico leads into the main foyer and reception.

Magnificent columns of Sienna marble line the appropriately named Marble Hall mounted in bronze. Beyond the doors at its northern end lies the Assembly Room. This splendid interior has played host to Royalty, Heads of State and diplomats from all over the world on many great occasions.

Directly beneath the dome of City Hall is the Council Chamber, which has witnessed many passionate debates over the years. Today it is available for numerous other uses, including press conferences, televised debates, meetings and wedding ceremonies.
The complex was commissioned to replace Cardiff's fourth town hall on the western side of St Mary's Street, completed in 1853. Lord Bute officially opened the new building on 29 October 1906.
In front of the entrance, the portico is a rectangular pool with fountains. The fountains were created to mark the investiture of Prince Charles as Prince of Wales in July 1969

Chirk Mill Paranormal Event

Cardiff City Hall
South Wales
Ghost Hunt

monk.jpg

Paranormal Eye Events

General Information
 

Not suitable for heavily pregnant ladies.

Kindly arrive 15 minutes before the event start time.

Please be aware that this location is not wheelchair accessible.

Wearing sensible shoes is required, heels or sandals are not permitted.

We recommend that you wear warm clothing, as this location can become very cold after dark, even during the summer months.

Anyone suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or illegal substances will not be allowed to enter the premises.

Please note that all attendees must be at least 18 years old.

As this location is old and dark, each attendee must bring a torch.

Get Directions To Cardiff City Hall

Haunted Boy paranormal Eye

Cardiff City Hall, a place steeped in history, is also known for its spooky happenings and paranormal occurrences.
With its dark, long, harrowing corridors and haunted rooms, it's no wonder why so many guests report the overwhelming feeling of being watched.
Torchlight and dark ghostly shadows are often seen
Can you hold your nerves here after dark?

Paranormal Eye UK offers a unique opportunity to explore the unexplained. Our ghost hunting experiences provide you with a chance to investigate some of the UK's most haunted locations. Our events include paranormal investigations, nights of hauntings, haunted weekends, and more. With our knowledgeable guides and cutting-edge equipment, you'll be sure to have a thrilling and unforgettable experience.

Share This Ghost Night. Start Making Your Spooky Memories 

Featured Events

Ghost Hunting Events, Ghost Tours, Ghost Hunts Uk
bottom of page