|23rd Oct 2021 to 24th Oct 2021|
|10 am - 1pm|
2 Cramond Road South, Edinburgh West EH4 6AD
|£7 per person|
|Event organiser/part of Edinburgh Horror Festival|
|Visit the event website here|
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The Edinburgh Horror Festival have created an all new interactive morning adventure for families. Featuring a large-scale Terror Trail through the grounds of the castle where you must find gruesome hidden horrors, interact with monstrous beasties, and defeat them at their challenges. You can also head into the castle to find magical wizards, arts & crafts and ghoulish story tellers. For those wanting to take a moment to rest there will be snacks and drinks. The event is a drop- in event running until 1:00pm. Allow at least 75 minutes to experience everything on offer. Children should be accompanied by a paying adult.
£7 per adult/child with gruesome refreshments.
Book online here: www.edhorrorfest.co.uk
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