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We loved this tour. A little scary for our 9 year old but he can laugh about it now. A great blend of history, theatre and humour. We really enjoyed this and is was a great break from the regular tours on offer!
A very exciting and fun place to go when in Edinburgh,Scotland!! A family friendly attraction and fun way to make history fun!!
We got there and were put through a special line. Very fast and with no problems. Had a great time!
It was awesome, excellent, and it was magical! Really the greatest trip Ive taken. I could only compare Edinburgh to Paris which is an entirely different experience. The city is unique, medieval, magic, poetic, and fantastic! The food, the people, the hotels, the sightseeing, they are all marvelous!
This was very good. The actors played their parts well, and they told the story in a way that was easy to follow. I found the part on the boat boring and could not see why that was done, other than to tell more of the story. I do think it should change. Apart from that, the experience was very enjoyable.
Much better than the London edition! Excellent humor, very enthusiastic actors, so the boring bits are easily forgiven. Would recommend it to anyone!
This trip was great fun, the characters involved put lots of effort in making for the enjoyment.
Terrific attraction, lots of fun and worth the tickets. We got there very early so really didn't need advance tickets but did notice line ups later in the day.
Thoroughly enjoyed this trip.It was fun exciting and interesting at the same time.The actors on site are good fun and would recommend this trip fully.My wife was frightened all the way around:-)mostly by me though.
Not for the faint hearted. Very enjoyable, educational and most of all, not what we expected - great fun.
This was too young for us its not really for adults who have no youngsters with them.A couple of very young children were frightened but i would say for ages 8 or above.It was a little corny but still fun