Auld Reekie Apartments

St Mary's Street, Edinburgh, EH1 1SX, United Kingdom
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Ghost Tours

by Trevhse

My son and his new wife are visiting Edinburgh for honeymoon and my son (not so sure about his wife) would like to experience some ghost tours. I thought I might buy two for them as they are only going for 4 nights. I have read through all the reviews etc and just don't know which two to choose. They are avid "Most Haunted" watchers and I thought of Mary Kings Close and The Vaults, but reading reviews Mary Kings Close sounds a little fabricated. I have also looked closely at the Greyfriars tour. There appears to be two tours underground, one is The Vaults and the other Haunted Underground Experience. Has anybody been on any or more than one of these tour to compare? Guidence much appreciated.

RE: Ghost Tours

by hawkhead

I would avoid the Mary Kings Close tour - the experience is very contrived. Can't offer any opinions on any other "ghost" tours, as they are not on my list of "must dos". I am sure previous visitors/tourists to Edinburgh will have an input.

RE: RE: Ghost Tours

by GillianMcLaughlin

I've taken a few of these tours with friends. The vaults and the haunted underground are both spooky enough for those who are prey to the power of suggestion. To be honest I was spooked but I saw and felt nothing. However the stories are well told... I agree on the St Mary's close one though

RE: RE: Ghost Tours

by Trevhse

Thanks for the info, I think I will avoid Mary Kings Close

RE: RE: Ghost Tours

by Trevhse

Thanks, you have been really helpful. The Vaults and Inderground tour it is then!

RE: Ghost Tours

by deblaya

Thanks guys for you suggestions. Any thoughts on restaurants that would be nice enough to hold my wedding dinner?

RE: RE: Ghost Tours

by deblaya

Sorry!! Wrong forum.

Travel Tips for Edinburgh

medieval city trekking

by morgane1692

You really can walk nearly everywhere in this city. Just be aware of one of the obvious features of High's reach it and the Royal Mile from Princes St and the Edinburgh Castle area, you may either walk the sloping series of switchback pathways *OR* look for one of the little arched closes such as Advocate's Close here...there might be 200 steps here, there might be 1000, who the he** least this way affords you a fine view of the city rooftops below! Catch your breath and proceed!

Edinburgh Festival

by awladhassan

The Edinburgh Festival is the big cultural event of the year in Scotland.
The Fringe attracts many people because the variety of entertainment on offer.
The closing of the Festival ends with the Military Tattoo in Edinburgh Castle.

Riverside walk

by Laverock

Approaching the Dean Bridge from the West End of Princes Street take Bells Brae steeply down to the left into The Dean Village, explore this hidden gem, then walk along the riverside path to Stockbridge, a great area full of boutiques and bars.

Duddingston Loch and village

by uglyscot

The loch lies under the Salisbury Crags which are the remains of a volcanic eruption 350million years ago in one direction, with views of the Pentland Hills from another. Water fowl frequent the loch and come onto the grass to seek crumbs from visitors. The whole area is crown property as can be seen from the lamp-posts in the village.
In the 18 Century a hoard of Bronze Age artefacts were dredged up from the loch.
people first came here about 9000 years ago for hunting, farming, defensive and industrial purposes.
From the 12 Century the area was a hunting ground for the Scottish Kings and in the 16 Century was designated a Royal Park.

See The Show Stoppers

by scottishvisitor about Edinburgh Playhouse

After the musicals & other top theatre shows have had their London West End premiers, Edinburgh Playhouse is usually the first Scottish theatre to enjoy welcoming a big show. Prices are based on seating & what show is currently running. Top musicals like Miss Saigon usually run for up to 3 weeks. Performance times are Monday - Saturday evenings 7.30pm Wednesday & Saturday Matinees 2.30pm Most people like to make the most of a theatre visit & dress up a little or a lot - you choose


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