City's most haunted building opens to the public
The 500 year old vaults under Peterborough Museum are being opened up to the public for the first time
They date back to when there was a Tudor mansion on the site - and it's now said to be the city's most haunted building.
The Priestgate Vaults are historic cellars under Peterborough Museum, revealing 500 years of history from the building and the city.
The cellars have original features, including windows from the Tudor house, the Georgian wine cellar, coal cellar and a room used as an air raid shelter during World War II. As part of an escorted tour you can explore these rooms as characters from the past tell their stories, brought to life using new technology and theatrical effects.