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Very scary, includes a boat ride and a twist at the end......Great characters, great dungeon
Very good experience! We were both very wary of a cheap thrills type of place. Edinburgh dungeon far passed our expectations. It seemed like everyone in character was frighteningly enthusiastic. All guests in our tour were very into it, and although it wasn't tear your hair out scary there were some really good spooks along the way. I reccomend it to anyone stopping by the city of Edinburgh.
Great experience. Scary, educational, entertaining. Fun! Takes at least an hour and a half.
This was definitely worth doing. I was on a trip with my friends for my birthday celebrations and we did this tour, had an absolute scream. It terrified us in parts but was also laugh a minute. It's a great tour go and do it.
This was a great attraction! The character interact with the visitors and make it very enjoyable. We will definitely go back to The Edinburgh Dungeon on out next trip to Edinburgh!
Excellent tour, staff very well versed and good fun and professional. Would recommend.
Great fun while being a very informative introduction to Scotland's dark history. My wife and I both enjoyed the jokes, scares, and eerie experience. I would highly recommend this tour to anyone journeying to Edinburgh.
great! loved it! the actors were awesome, you actually believe them :))) worth every cent!
Really good quite scary but my 12 year old enjoyed it and it didnt terrify her. Just the right length of time being just over an hour........definately worth a visit.
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 tour was not what we thought it would be at all, I thought it would be a dungeon-turned-museum but in fact it was people acting out the gruesome history of Edinburgh. I didn't have high expectations when I found that out, but by the end I was scared less so they must've been good!
Great hour of entertainment. Lots of scary moments. Keep in mind there are lots of stairs and it is dark so if you have walking issues you may was to rethink. One of our party members moved slowly but the cast members just included the lack of speed into the program. Lots of fun, great pictures too
The tour around Edinburgh dungeons was excellent entertainment for a rainy morning. However, we had to queue for quite some time before gaining entry, so it was hardly the 'skip the line' experience that was advertised. Also, showing the e-voucher on a smartphone was insufficient to gain entry. We had to email the booking to the Dungeons and wait for it to arrive before we were allowed in.
Fun for the teenage boys and those watching them have fun. A good way to introduce some history while getting a fright. Would highly recommend to families with older children (not little ones) as it gives the kids a break from serious travel itineraries while at the same time giving them a lesson.
We enjoyed the Dungeon experience. The actors were excellent and the tour was great, but I felt it was missing something. Although staff asked if anyone had a bad neck/back, etc before doing parts of the tour, it wasn't clear what it was for and I was surprised at the activity at the very end and not really happy at lack of information (I am not a fan of 'rides'). Anyway, we had fun and I would still recommend.