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Edinburgh Old Town Evening Tour, Including Blair Street Underground and Dram of Whisky at Megget's Cellar

From US$23.10
Highlights
  • Explore Edinburgh’s grim and ghoulish history with a storyteller-guide
  • Uncover the secrets that lie beneath the city’s old stone streets
  • Shiver with fear in the haunted Blair Street Underground Vaults
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Edinburgh Old Town Evening Tour, Including Blair Street Underground and Dram of Whisky at Megget's Cellar
From US$23.10
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GG 8pm
Stories of blood, guts and gore in the Old Town, then a Scotch whisky in a candlelit cellar to warm the heart.
From US$23.13
GG 7pm
Stories of blood, guts and gore in the Old Town, then a Scotch whisky in a candlelit cellar to warm the heart.
From US$23.13
GG 9pm
Stories of blood, guts and gore in the Old Town, then a Scotch whisky in a candlelit cellar to warm the heart.
From US$23.13
Overview

Fans of the paranormal will be thrilled by this evening ghost tour of Edinburgh, one of the UK’s most haunted cities. Your storyteller-guide will transport you into a murky past replete with witchcraft, torture, and murder. Venture into the eerie Blair Street Underground Vaults, enjoy a whisky in creepy Megget’s Cellar, and learn the city’s dark history from an expert.

What to Expect

Greet your guide and group by St. Giles' Cathedral and set off to explore Edinburgh’s atmospheric Old Town. As you stroll through the evening streets, savor gory tales of times long past: legends of the city’s ghosts, ghouls, and witches, plus savage stories of tortures, murders, and burnings.

Learn about the Edinburgh Mob riots and then brave the underbelly of the city: the infamous Blair Street Underground Vaults. Deep below Edinburgh’s tranquil streets, ghosts including Jack, Mr. Boots, and the sinisterly named Watcher are said to roam. Finish your tour in Megget’s Cellar. A glass of local whisky should soothe jangled nerves before you travel back to your hotel.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Excellent

What can I say,if you go to Edinburgh you must go on this tour. Ella the tour guide was excellent and very interactive. She made the tour the knowledge that she had was told in an entertaining manner and my wife and I enjoyed the...More

Thank Gavin H
Reviewed 6 days ago via mobile
Recommend the trip

Really fun taught us loads about the city which we didn't know and a great way to explore! Guide was amazing too

Thank Kirstin S
Reviewed 1 week ago
Terrific Guide with scary stories and historical education

We just got back to our flat after taking the Mercat Ghosts and Gouls tour. My 24-yr old daughter and I went. Our guide Rachel was extremely knowledgeable and a terrific story teller. The tour starts on the Royal Mile where you learn about the...More

Thank chuckgeorgius
Reviewed 1 week ago
Interesting look at the city's history and vaults

Although the delivery of the information on the tour was a bit cheesy, I highly recommend it because you will learn so much about the darker side of Edinburgh's history. Actually walking through the Blair Street vaults and hearing the history of their use is...More

Thank Jessica O
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Not so scary

Bit disappointed with this to be honest. Went with 4 friends on a warm Saturday evening in May. It looked really promising to start but that was it. Basically ghost stories with a lot of standing around. Short walk from the meeting point took us...More

Thank cookie1099
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