Haunted Pubs in Birmingham
There are so many traditional buildings and historical landmarks in Birmingham that it's no wonder that there are a few ghostly going ons in the city. If you're made of real tough stuff, not scared of these spooky spectors and fancy making a visit to one of these haunted pubs in Birmingham, be our guests, we just can't promise that we'll be coming with you. Check out our recommendations for the best haunted pubs in Birmingham to get your ghoul-y kicks and ghostly fix.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
More than a dozen people have seen ghostly happenings at this pub in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, we doubt it will stop there. With reports of everything from child like giggles and the ghost of a man crushed by beer barrel to a lady in a vintage gown, it sounds like The Red Lion has more stories to tell than you may previously have thought.
Boasting probably one of the most unusual hauntings in the city, this Jewellery Quarter have a bum pinching ghost in their midst. Bar staff and owners alike have had their bottoms nabbed at this traditional Birmingham but that boasts over 150 years worth of history. So either the staff have really nice bums, or this ghost is getting a little out of line.
As one of Birmingham's oldest and longest standing pubs, you shouldn't be shocked to hear that there are a few ethereal going on's in this cosy pub in Digbeth. Having seen off two civil wars and German bombs, The Old Crown in Digbeth has seen everyone from well-dwelling young women to bowler hat clad ghosts roaming the halls.
Landlords are a dedicated breed, they love their pubs and stand by them like the captain of a sinking ship, and ghostly events at The Trocadero in Birmingham see to prove this. The ghost of landlord Mr Skinner, the landlord of over 100 years ago, has been rumoured to have thrown beer mats, knocked over beer glasses and roam the halls.