An Edinburgh Ghosts And Ghouls Tour through the darker closes and wynds of Edinburgh, before journeying into the haunted Blair Street Underground Vaults.
- Join an informed, chilling look at Edinburgh’s ghostly past
- Explore the Blair Street Underground Vaults with an expert storyteller
- Recover with a dram of Dewar’s Scotch Whisky in our candlelit cellar
Edinburgh Ghosts And Ghouls Tour w/ a Glass of Whisky
Start the night with a ghost tour of Edinburgh that takes you through the darkest part of Edinburgh’s history. Here are the sounds of bloodthirsty people heading into the Blair Street Underground Vaults, where torture, murders, and lynchings are ended with countless lost souls. Discover the cells caged by witches and terrorists, some of whom despise stolen walls.
Your mysterious and eerie guide will lead you through these dimly lit caves, filling the night with tales, all real. Blood, guts, and gore tales.
We will end the day in the cellar of Megget for a bit of liquid courage in the form of a glass of whiskey–or a glass of lager or soft drink–if you don’t like a drama.
In the comfort of a candlestick, the storyteller will conjure up more stories of the grim history of Edinburgh and lost souls wandering the streets of the city.
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Last Updated on October 23, 2021 by Tours Editor @ gotravelyourself.com