The Ghost Bus Tour: Get your kicks or get your thrills by going on this freaky ‘Fright Bus’ Tour through Edinburgh. A creepy commentary and technical trickery are blended together to create the most entertaining tour in town!
*Cruise around the unexplored corners of the city that hide the deadliest and darkest of secrets
*Be prepared to gasp and scream as the on-board actors do their best to shock and startle you
*Get to know the spooky and very real past of Edinburgh on-board an original 1960’s Routemaster Bus
Jump on board the double decker fright bus and prepare yourselves for a right spooky ride where you may just end up with goosebumps as you’re constantly looking over your shoulder. The team of actors put the best tricks in to practice in order to create the perfect atmosphere while you get to really enjoy the most entertaining route around all of the best historical spots in Edinburgh.
Keep your eyes and ears peeled as you listen along to the creepy commentary given by the sinister conductor. The conductor in question is certainly not afraid to dig deep in to the scary stories and he does his utmost to make sure that all of the gory bits are left in too! You’ll be making your way around the places that are in his tales such as the eerie cemeteries, torture chambers and execution sites. Edinburgh is practically bursting with nooks and crannies that each have their own mysterious story to tell.
Get yourself comfortable on this classic 1960’s Routemaster Bus which is decked out with elegant tables, lamps and old school railway carriage style seating. Set out on this supernatural journey which is made even better with the help of a state-of-the-art sounds system alongside digital screens and cool cameras.
Meeting/pick-up point: At the bus stop by the National Museum of Scotland, Tower entrance at the corner of Chambers Street & George IV (4th) Bridge. Please note: During the month of August, we will be leaving from Waverley Bridge, as Chambers street will be closed due to the Edinburgh Military tattoo.
Duration: One hour and fifteen minutes.
Start/opening time: Every day at 7.30pm and Fridays and Saturdays at 9pm as well. Please aim to arrive 15 minutes prior to your tour time to ensure a prompt departure.