Revesby Abbey built in 1143 and was a Cistercian Monastery until the dissolution of the Monasteries in the 16th Century. After the Abbey was demolished a new country house was built within it's foundations. The grounds were landscaped extensively during the 18th century and was home to Sir Joseph Banks whom sailed with captain cook.
The current Revesby Abbey was built in 1845 and has had many owners, the building became abandoned in the 1960s and has lay derelict ever since.
Join Ghostcallers UK 10th October as we investigate this Grade I listed building
Over 18’s Only.
Parking available on-site.
Please bring along drinks and snacks with you (Flask of tea/coffee/soup) as there are no teamaking facilities available
We recommend that everyone attending this event wrap up warm and wear sensible footwear.
You are welcome to bring along any equipment ie torches, cameras, video cameras, emf meters, laser thermometers etc along to this event.
Please allow for any delays that you may encounter whilst traveling to this event.
Please be advised that there are no sleeping facilities available at this location.
Date : 10th October 2015
Time : 9.00pm till 3.00am
Event will include :
Investigate all areas of Revesby Abbey's vast Cellars
Chance to use real investigation equipment such as Evp recording equipment,K2 meters, Emf meters
Opportunity to take part in investigation experiments such as Victorian seance, table tipping/spirit boards, human pendulum