|30th October 2020|
|4pm - 6.30pm Suitable for ages 5+ / 7pm - 8.30pm Suitable for ages 12yrs|
99 Kirkgate, Leith EH6 6BJ
|£5 per person|
|Visit the event website here|
In light of updated Scottish Government advice regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have taken the decision to close public access to our staffed properties and offices until further notice. All planned public events will also be postponed until further notice – full details of these can be found on our Events page in the coming days: historicenvironment.scot/whats-on.
Discover the darker side of Trinity House's maritime history and hear tales of haunting, superstition and mystery.
Our resident storyteller will share tales of mysterious ships, strange superstitions, hangings, vanishings and storm creating witches. This unique experience includes a twilight tour of Trinity House and the lantern lit sixteenth century vaults.
Historic Scotland Members get a 10% discount. Not a member? Join now to enjoy the benefits
Free car parking is available for users of the Kirkgate Shopping Centre and is limited to 90 minutes after which a charge applies. Free on-street parking is available nearby.
Please be aware the vaults are down a set of steep stairs.
Image Credit: Historic Environment Scotland
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