Bodelwyddan Castle dates back to at least 1460 and has had a varied and interesting past.
List Of Haunted Places In Wales
A former hospital and workhouse in Penrhyndeudraeth, North Wales which closed in 2009. The eerie building still has many of its fixtures intact from its time as hospital.
A medieval castle located right in the heart of Cardiff city centre.
Cardiff Royal Infirmary dates back to 1822 and is located in central Cardiff.
The 19th-century gothic revival castle was built above the village of Tongwynlais, surrounded by protected beech woodland containing rare plant species and unusual geological features and even today.
Chepstow Castle in Monmouthshire is the oldest surviving post-Roman stone fortification in Britain and also boasts the oldest surviving wooden castle door in Europe, dating back to the 12th century.
In 1842 the story of Craig-y-Nos begins, originally it started life as gothic mansion.
The North Wales Hospital, also know as Denbigh Asylum.
The ruins of the 13th century Denbigh Castle in North Wales was built during Edward I's conquest of Wales.
According to long-standing local rumours, Gwrych Castle near in North Wales are notoriously haunted including by the ghost of the Countess of Dundo Dundonald.
Gwydir Castle in the beautiful Conwy Valley in North Wales has a long history of hauntings.
The voices and noises, even the banging of a gavel, have been heard in the old courtroom as if the court is in session, despite it being completely empty.
Llancaiach Fawr Manor is a Tudor manor house near the village of Nelson, north of Cardiff.
Although this property is technically a workhouse, set up to house the poor and those who could not support themselves in the community until the 1930s, it also had school facilities.
Margam Castle, a sprawling castle in South Wales, and the land it is built on has a grim history that spans over 4,000 years, with tales of death, despair and a family curse.
Miskin Manor was built in the outskirts of Cardiff in the 10th century, today only the external walls of the original manor remain but a hotel exists on the site.
A mischievous poltergeist nicknamed Pete was said to have haunted the workshop of Mower Services in Cardiff from 1979 up until 1993.
Pembrey Woods in Wales was once the location for a 'Most Haunted' investigation.
The ruins of the library at Raglan Castle in Wales his haunted by the ghost of its former librarian.
Roch Castle in Haverfordwest is now a hotel but dates back to the 12th century and is said to be haunted by a previous resident, Lucy Walter who lived there in the 1630s.
The castle has many ghost stories, the most famous being that of the Grey Lady.
Construction of a prison started on the site of a 17th century house of correction in North Wale in 1775.
Sker House is a 12th Century mansion in South Wales, and it is said to be haunted by the spirit of Elizabeth Williams, who died of a broken heart after being locked in a room in the house by her father to prevent her from marrying her lover.
The Corporation is a Grade II heritage listed pub, which originally opened in 1889.
The museum and art gallery was founded in 1905 but shared a building with Cardiff Library until its dedicated, present home was completed in Cathays Park in 1922.
The Skirrid Inn in Llanvihangel Crucorney was once used as the courtroom of the infamous Judge Jeffreys, and his ghost is still rumoured to walk the upper floors.
Originally known as the Llandough Hospital when it opened in 1933, five miles outside of Cardiff, in Penarth.
The iconic Millennium Centre in Cardiff Bay may be one of the newest building on this list of haunted locations, but that doesn't mean that people visiting the building don't experience unusual occurrences.
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