1. United Kingdom
  2. Scotland
  3. Edinburgh
  4. Greyfriars Kirkyard

Edinburgh: Underground and Haunted Graveyard Tour

Product ID: 210306
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Experience the only tour that enters the Underground Vaults and the Covenanter's Prison, two of the world’s most haunted locations. After this bone-chilling experience, you will be more than happy to find out that your tour finishes next to a pub.
About this activity
Duration 115 minutes
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
Easy cancellation
Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

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  • Tour the Underground Vaults
  • Experience Greyfrairs Graveyard
  • Hear the story of the Mackenzie Poltergeist
  • Listen to stories of horror and humor from your guide
Full description
Experience the worst of both possible worlds on a tour that goes into both the South Bridge Vaults and the Covenanter’s Prison in Greyfriars. These are two of the world’s most haunted locations, so if you survive this one and you’ll need a couple of stiff drinks, which works out in the end, as your tour finishes next to a bar.

Researched and designed by best-selling historical author and award winning novelist J A Henderson, these walks combine the weirdest stories, wickedest humor, and the wildest history. Having one multiple awards, this tour proves good doesn't always triumph over evil!
  • The Mackenzie Poltergeist
  • South Bridge Vaults
  • Greyfriars Graveyard
  • Covenanters Prison

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Meeting point

Tree of the Dead beside St Giles' Cathedral on Edinburgh's Royal Mile

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Important information
Please bring
  • Comfortable shoes
Know before you go
• The Mackenzie Poltergeist and South Bridge Entity tours can cause genuine physical and mental distress, you join this tour at your own risk
• This tour is not suitable for under 12s, pregnant women, or anyone with a heart condition or difficulty walking
• Anyone under the influence will be turned away
• No stag or hen parties are permitted