Ghost Walk Moira Furnace
Join us on our amazing Ghost Walk at Moira Furnace!
This furnace is one of the hidden gems of Leicestershire. The furnace sits nestled within beautiful countryside, so there is plenty to love about this place!
The buildings here were built in 1804 by the Earl of Moira alongside the banks of the Ashby Canal.
Moira Furnace was a coke-fueled, steam-engine blown blast furnace for smelting iron from local iron ore, with an attached foundry for manufacturing cast-iron goods. With the canal network, the furnace had the perfect transportation network.
But whose spirits remain at Moira Furnace?
Wander around this location and take it in the atmosphere of this once very busy, thriving workplace.
Take a step back in time to the early 19th Century and see what paranormal activity you will encounter.
Who will you discover, and what stories do they have to tell?
Help the Haunted Heritage team uncover past people who would have lived and worked at the furnace.
With so much history, as you can imagine, Moira has many ghost stories and reported sightings of spirit energies, so come and see for yourself!
So why not join the Haunted Heritage team on a ghost walk around Moira Furnace, taking in the historical significance and tales of ghostly encounters?
Take a look at our other Ghost Walks, like Ghost Walk Moira Furnace
and the historical town of Ashby de la Zouch, Leicestershire. Ashby Ghost Walk