What To Expect
Dubbed as one of the haunted locations in the world, Edinburgh has historic and mysterious streets full of stories of the city's dark secrets from the past. Explore various locations with documented sightings of the supernatural world and discover the characters behind each tale.
Hear the tales about the piper and the drummer at the Edinburgh Castle. Discover the real story behind the famous Dr. Jeckyll and Mr. Hyde at Makars' Court and learn more about the life of Deacon Brodie. Wander around the Haunted Alleys and uncover the tales of the macabre. Visit the terrifying Mary King's Close and hear stories that will surely send chills up to your spine. Drop by Bell's Wynd and find out the story behind the haunted place. Visit the well-known The Scotsman where a phantom printer supposedly lived. Then, stroll around the Graveyard and see for yourself why it is spooky. Try to calm your nerves with a drink in a Haunted Pub.
Edinburgh Castle: One of the most haunted places in Scotland with hundred years of history. Lone Piper is one of the famous ghosts who was sent down to investigate the tunnels but vanished without a single trace except for his ghostly pipes that can still be heard playing in the castle.
Makars' Court: A courtyard next to the Scottish Writer's Museum haunted by the ghost of Deacon Brodie, a man living with a double-life who inspired the book Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.
Haunted Alleys: Do not miss the shocking tales of the macabre of the alleys.
Mary King's Close: An underground close filled with myths and legends of the plague victims who were locked up in attempt to stop the spread of plague.
Bell's Wynd: A narrow street leading to the Royal Mile haunted by Mrs. Guthrie, a lady who was murdered by her jealous husband because of her supposed affair. Purportedly, her body was discovered 21 years later in a sealed room.
The Scotsman: A building, formerly the office of the Edinburgh Evening News, is reputedly haunted by a phantom printer.
Graveyard: A resting place for remarkable Edinburgh personalities, such as poets, historians, architects, and inventors, haunted by a poltergeist with visitors being cut, bruised, scratched, and blacking out.
Haunted Pub: With a high concentration of the haunted locations, pubs are a regular haunts for the dead.
Hotel pick-up and drop-off
Meals and drinks
Tips and gratuities
Children 3 years old and below are free of charge and participants under 18 years old must be accompanied by a paying adult.
Tour operates with a maximum of 40 guests per tour guide.
Tour takes place rain or shine.
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