Walking back into history

Interactive walking mystery tour around Aylesbury Old Town last year. Picture by Steve Cook of Swale Photography.

Interactive walking mystery tour around Aylesbury Old Town last year. Picture by Steve Cook of Swale Photography.

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Tickets are now on sale for this year’s spooky walking tour of the old town.

Last year’s Aylesbury walk was a sellout, and because tickets are limited, if you want to take part in the interactive experience, you need to book now.

And this year, for the first time, light refreshments and hot drinks will be available to purchase at the end of the tour.

This year’s story, Vale of Secrets, has been specially written for the walks which take place at 6pm and 8pm on Saturday November 7 and Sunday 8.

And the story uncovers Aylesbury’s hidden past with the big question: “Will the past remain in the past where it belongs, or will the conspiracy unveil all?”

Visitors should be prepared to get involved in unravelling and unveiling some of the town’s darkest secrets and hidden mysteries.

Dress up warm and with comfortable shoes as the tour takes place around the cobbled area of Aylesbury Old Town.

Aylesbury Town Council has teamed up with local writer, director and actor David Pustansky from Sparky Buddy Productions to produce the mysterious evening walking tour.

Tickets are limited to 50 per show, with four shows in total.

Priced at £4.50, tickets are available from the Visitor Information Centre at the Kings’Head and also from Bucks County Museum .