The Grand Pavilion Matlock Bath


Haunted Heritage - Paranormal Investigation


Investigate our Building with Award-Winning, Haunted Heritage Paranormal Investigations.

Haunted Heritage say: The Grand Pavilion Matlock Bath, is an Edwardian building in Matlock Bath, Derbyshire. Built in 1910 it is currently run by the local community. This venue is an iconic venue affectionally referred to as the Pav, is a fantastic building to investigate and we believe very haunted. It is a large venue; the dance hall will take your breath away whilst the back stage area will give you the feeling you are being followed. 

EVENT INCLUDES: Use of ghost hunting equipment including EMF Meters, K2 Meters ect. Experiments including glass divination, table tipping and Ouija boards. Ghost hunting vigils and seances. Refreshments will be served throughout the evening. This venue is not suitable for people with mobility issues or walking difficulties


Date: Saturday 8th February 2020

Times: 8:00pm to 1.00am

Tickets: £28.80 - Follow this LINK to purchase - Find out more about Haunted Heritage by visiting their website HERE!

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A Little History: 1849 the railway arrived in Matlock bringing with it a new trade in Tourism. The Grand Pavilion was built 1910 on the site of the former stables and blacksmith yard next to the river Derwent. Its aim to host entertainment and events for the masses. Within a few years of opening First World War soldiers were billeted on site. Soldiers also spent time here recuperating from injuries. After the disruption of WWII the Grand Pavilion saw a variety of events and eventually became a nightclub  and eventually closed.

Theatres are renowned for their hauntings. The Grand Pavilion is no exception, 2 workmen were thought to have been injured or killed during it's construction and are said to be the cause of the poltergeist activity near the Dome. Heavy breathing, footsteps, children giggling, a malevolent spirit and apparitions have also been reported throughout the venue

Time line – the year in which Edward VII of England died and George V became the new Kind of England.


Parking is available in the adjoining pay and display car park at £1 after 6pm.

 Accessibility: Please be aware this event is not accessible for wheelchair users - please see our HOME PAGE for more information, Thank you.


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