|23rd Jul 2021 to 10th Nov 2021|
|7pm - 10.30pm on selected dated - see event website for details|
|Edinburgh Old Town|
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Explore the Old Town of our beautiful Capital with your fearless tour guide and marvel at its Medieval beauties. But, don't let the quaint cobbled streets fool you. There is a dark and grisly underbelly to this city, one which comes out at night. Follow the floating unicorn back through the centuries and you will discover a different Edinburgh, shrouded in secrecy and revealed only by those guides brave enough to confront the city’s twisted crimes and cruel punishments, its witches, its ghosts, and its downright sadistic characters. Our tales will disturb, horrify and crack your sides with laughter.
We begin at the Duke of Wellington statue, with a stunning view of Edinburgh castle. Then, we brave one of the world’s most haunted graveyards before creeping up a darkened, history-steeped close and marching down the infamous Royal Mile. Finally, we will visit the beautiful St Giles’ Cathedral, spit on the Heart of Midlothian, and discover where Edinburgh believed the world ended.
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