The Edinburgh Dungeon Entrance Ticket

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Key Details

  • Printed Voucher Required
  • Duration: 1 Hr
  • Departure Time :
    4/1/2019 - 3/31/2020Monday - Sunday:10:00 AM - 05:00 PM 4/1/2020 - 3/31/2021Monday - Sunday:10:00 AM - 05:00 PM
  • Departure Details :
    Edinburgh Dungeon
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.


Join this ultimate underground journey through Edinburgh's darkest history that combines live actor shows, special effects, thrilling rides, and 360° theatrical sets. Purchase your ticket to the Edinburgh Dungeon ahead of time to ensure entry on your chosen date. Fun and scary at the same time, this activity is a must when you are in Edinburgh!


  • Fun experience 
  • Combines actors, effects, and rides 

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The Edinburgh dungeon uses live actors, shows, a spooky ride, and interactive special effects to take you on a unique journey through Scotland's most horrible history. Meet the ghosts of the city when you delve into the world of the paranormal in Scotland's haunted capital.

Everything that you see is based on real historical events from the brutal Clan Wars, to Edinburgh's Great Fire and the Anatomy Theatre. With a chilling boat ride into the lair of cannibal Sawney Bean, the Edinburgh Dungeon provides a thrilling and fun experience that will leave you screaming for more!

We recommend spending at least one hour at the Edinburgh dungeon to make the best of your time! 


The Courtroom -
This is a classic Dungeon's show and a massive crowd-pleaser. We're all guilty... the only question is 'what if?' From witchcraft to inebriation, from being from Dundee to having a mono-brow. BOO the criminals

Witch Hunt -

Our brand new show is our most up-close-and-personal yet. Get right in amongst the Witch Pricker’s interrogation chamber, but protect yourself from accusations of sinister sorcery or be burned alive!

The Torturer -

This show is consistently one of our highlights - delighting and repulsing in equal measure. Just remember, like any artist The Torturer has his sensitive side

The Boat Ride -

Hear what happened when a man and woman were returning from the market and happened across savages on the road. The King's Men are out to capture the savages and YOU have been enlisted to help. Venture into the Caves of Galloway by boat in search of legendary cannibal Sawney Bean and his incestuous clan.

Sawney Bean -

You've found the Bean Family. Unfortunately, it's been a while since they last ate and you look delicious. Find yourself creeping through the clan’s foul-smelling lair and discover the leftovers of lost travelers as the hunters become the hunted.

The Anatomy Theatre -

Step into Dr. Knox's Anatomy Theatre as 19th Century medical students and witness the autopsy of another of Burke and Hare's victims.

Burke and Hare -

Edge your way through the darkness and tombstones of the murky burial ground and find yourself in the very gravest of situations

Street Of Sorrows -

Welcome to 17th Century Edinburgh where the streets are filthy and the plague is rife. Meet the Foul Clenger as he tells you the true story of Edinburgh’s underground plague close.

The Green Lady -

A tale of betrayal, revenge and death and known as Edinburgh’s greatest ghost story, this tale is rich in haunting drama and spine-tingling intrigue. Prepare yourself as the capital’s dark and deadly story is brought to life with this brutal crime of passion  – get ready to meet The Green Lady!

Maggie Dickson -

Welcome to St Margaret's Chapel, the oldest building in Edinburgh. Meet Half-hangit Maggie; she's known for "hanging" around in the Grassmarket. She will prepare you for your last drop, and unfortunately, it's not Whisky.

Drop Dead: Drop Ride -

You've made it to the Grassmarket and a crowd has gathered to see you pay for your sins. Lucky you! You had better put on a good show/death for the awaiting crowds. Your executioner will show you the 'ropes'. Minimum height: 1.4m

Labyrinth -

Welcome to the Afterlife! You'll quickly realize that a lot of the characters look familiar… Try not to bump into anyone, yourself included.


Entry/Admission - The Edinburgh Dungeon



Guide book

Hotel pickup and drop off

Food and drinks, unless specified

Additional Info

Children must be accompanied by an adult

Confirmation will be received at the time of booking

Children 4 years and under will not be admitted to the Dungeon.

This attraction is not recommended for those of a nervous disposition or very young children.

Please present a paper copy of this voucher. Electronic vouchers cannot be accepted.

Traveler Reviews

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  • 16-Mar-2020

    Make sure you bring a fresh pair of knickers is all I can say.

    The experience was informative and funny. Me and my friends did not know what was coming next.

    Enjoyable throughout.

  • 20-Feb-2020

    The rides were the highlight. The unexpected spooks and lights out were well timed. A bit of history mixed in was quite good

  • 26-Jul-2019

    A big ''A'' for the actors efforts. The rest was amateurish. We did not get information on where we were, as this the real dungeons or jus an site for the show. We would have like to learn more on the real life of prisonners.

  • 09-Jul-2018

    Fun experience, close to the train station.

  • 14-Jun-2018

    This was super fun, the cast was excellent.

  • 07-Apr-2018

    Fun, entertaining and something you need to do if your in Edinburgh. The express ticket did move us to the front helpful on busy days The stories were interesting and actors played their parts well. Everyone in our group had a great time with this .

  • 06-Apr-2018

    Scary but good was the response of my 2 granddaughters , worth a visit.

  • 01-Apr-2018

    Great place for a family with teenagers. Your guides are very entertaining. The audiance involved banter make each tour unique and memorable.

  • 25-Feb-2018

    It is an interesting experience if you want to be part of the show. Part of the show are the punishments and you play a guilty party who deserve be punished, what could be funny for others. I would not repeat it.

  • 22-Jan-2018

    Great little show, the day we went it wasnt worthe the skip the line but i could se why it is used

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