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The days are getting longer and the weather is a wee bit warmer here are a few things to do in Edinburgh during March…. Festival Theatre will be showing the West End smash hit Singin’ In The Rain.  This spectacular show tells the story of ...

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Halloween in Edinburgh!

September 21, 2012 Posted in: Blog

We are approaching October – the month of golden leaves and early and surprisingly dark nights. October is also the month of Halloween. All over the country, pumpkins are carved, children dress up in spooky costumes and parties are organised for the occasion. Some would say however, that here in Edinburgh the last night of October has a much more authentically eerie feel to it than any other place they’ve stayed in on this particular evening of the year…

Edinburgh is said to be one of most haunted places in the world – the city’s long and sometimes spine chilling history comes alive most vividly in its historic Old Town. Get in the mood by visiting the International Storytelling festival from the 19th till the 28th of October. An old tradition of folk tales might make you shiver….

Walking tour providers like Old Reekie Tours or Mercat Tours will take you around the most haunted corners of the city – and even to the vaults, underneath the Old Town. Whether you’re looking to experience the atmosphere in the winding wynds off the Royal Mile, or wanting to learn more about the history of Edinburgh’s historic graveyards – a guided walking tour (after dark, if you dare!) is the perfect way to explore Edinburgh on All Hallow’s Eve.


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