Historic Underground Vaults & Graveyard Combo Tour

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Duration
3 hours
Mobile Voucher Accepted
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Live Guide
English

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What You'll Do
  • Delve into the terror of Edinburgh's past with two tours in one super saver combination package
  • Explore the murky history of Edinburgh's famous Blair St. Underground Vaults with exclusive access
  • Discover the tales of infamous murders and cursed souls
  • Hear stories of how real people lived and worked in the Vaults
Overview
Experience two of the most exclusive tours in Edinburgh in one super saver combination package. Visit both the Blair St. Underground Vaults, which no other company has access to along with Canongate Graveyard where spirits of the city's famous dead await.
What to Expect
Explore the haunted Blair Street Underground Vaults with access no other tour company can offer, then head to the Canongate Graveyard, where the spirits of the dead await.

This is a chance to visit Edinburgh's Underground Vaults – the deepest, largest and most extensive in the city in the company of a historian. After sitting unexplored for two centuries, there are many questions waiting to be answered. Your guide will recount their history, recall their stories and answer your questions during this glimpse into Edinburgh's past.

It might be something to do with the change in temperature. Or the perpetual darkness. Or the ever smaller rooms, stretching beyond the weak beam of a torch. Whatever the reason, there’s something unsettling about the Blair Street Underground Vaults – and your expert guide will reveal the troubling tales on this evening walking tour.

A walk along dim streets to the Canongate Graveyard will bring you to the resting place of the city’s most famous figures: Adam Smith, the father of economics; David Rizzio, the lover of Mary Queen of Scots; and James Douglas, 3rd Marquess of Queensberry – the infamous cannibal of the Canongate. 
What's Included
  • Live guide
Meeting Point

Meeting point is at the Mercat Cross, an 8-sided stone monument on the Royal Mile, next to St Giles Cathedral and opposite the City Chambers.

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