Clifton Park Museum was built as a family home in 1793, and was known then simply as Clifton House.
It passed through several hands until it was bought by Rotherham Corporation in 1891. The park surrounding the house was opened by Edward VIII in 1891. The museum followed in 1893.
The house has been subject to much alteration over the years with some demolition and rebuild. However, the main house has remained the same, despite now facing the wrong direction!
Two children are the focus of the hauntings at Clifton Park Museum. A young girl and a young boy have both been seen by visitors and locals. They seem to be intelligent as they are said to interact with visitors to the museum. Their appearance is more on the shabby side, suggesting that they were maybe children of staff rather than the resident family, The Walkers.
YOUR HOSTS: Simply Ghost Nights
YOUR EVENT: Participate in:
Use all the latest ghost hunting equipment such as K2 meters, Franks box, motion sensors, sound enhancers, infra red camera’s, Mel meters, Night Vision Goggles, and much more as we search for ghostly communication from the other side.
Drinks and Snacks will be served through out the event.