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Shanty’s Lantern Ghost Storywalk has been described as the highlight of people’s visits to the town. It’s the darker side of St Ives. Ghosts, smugglers, dark deeds and other spirits of the night.
Shanty’s St Ives Pirate Walk is a swashbuckling adventure of pirate stories, instruction in the “code” and lessons in piratespeak. Kids, adults and families will love it.
St Ives Comedy Walk -you will never look at St Ives with a straight face again.
Shanty’s indoor shows include storytelling, 1001 Arabian Nights and Victorian Paper Theatre.
Capt Sir Richard Francis Burton Museum – the world’s only Museum dedicated to one of the world’s most extraordinary individuals. The Victorian maverick, adventurer, explorer, spy and translator of 1001 Arabian Nights and the Kama Sutra. By appointment only.
All walks start from Westcott’s Quay, St Ives TR26 2DY. Located 200m behind the RNLI Lifeboat Station, along the seawall towards the train station, by the benches outside the St Ives Arts Club.
Capt Sir Richard Francis Burton is located at 28 Trenwith Place, St Ives, TR26 1DY
Storywalks Adults £7, Under 14 £5
Indoor Shows various prices including pay what you want
Sir Richard Francis Burton Museum £
Lantern Ghost Storywalk runs throughout the whole year. Times and dates vary, so check online at www.shantybaba.com