The Ghost Bus Tours in Edinburgh - Best Price Tickets

The Ghost Bus Tours in Edinburgh - Best Price Tickets

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If you're looking for spooky things to do in Edinburgh, the whole family can enjoy a ghost tour to some of Edinburgh's most haunted sites in a blend of spooks and laughs in a Ghost Bus Tour. 

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  • Child tickets from £14
  • Concession and student tickets from £16 
  • Family tickets from just £51, saving you £15 on your booking!

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Prepare for an Edinburgh tour like no other on a spooky Edinburgh day out...

Step aboard the Edinburgh Ghost Bus Tour for a spine-tingling ride through the city's eerie past. Your conductor, a master of the macabre, will guide you on this haunted journey aboard a classic 1960s Routemaster bus. With a blend of comedy and horror, it's a one-of-a-kind way to uncover Edinburgh's dark secrets.

Get ready to ride the sole surviving Necropolis Bus, a relic from the 19th century. Painted in midnight black and adorned with eerie décor, it's a journey into the unknown. Long ago, a fire consumed the entire fleet, leaving only the one bus intact. Do you dare to ride?

Cruise past iconic landmarks like Edinburgh Castle, Greyfriar's Kirk, and Holyrood Palace and hear tales of witches, grave robbers, and restless spirits. Discover the city's gruesome history, from the notorious Burke and Hare to the tragic fate of accused witches. And beware, this bus has its own ghostly surprises – once a funeral bus, it may still carry echoes of the departed...

Where do the Edinburgh Ghost Bus Tours go?

The Edinburgh Ghost Bus Tour stops at 12 spooky locations:

  1. The Scott Monument
  2. St Cuthbert's Graveyard
  3. Edinburgh Castle
  4. Grassmarket
  5. Greyfriars Bobby
  6. Greyfriars Church
  7. St Giles Cathedral
  8. Calton Hill
  9. Holyrood Palace
  10. Holyrood Park
  11. The Parliament Building
  12. The Royal Mile

The Ghost Bus Tours depart from Edinburgh Lawnmarket, outside Heritage of Scotland, near the Deacon Brodies Tavern – EH1 2NT.

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Outside Deacon Brodies Tavern,
Edinburgh Lawnmarket,
Edinburgh,
GB
EH12NT

How to find us

The Ghost Bust Tours depart from Edinburgh Lawnmarket, outside Heritage of Scotland, near the Deacon Brodies Tavern – EH1 2NT.

You will exit the bus for a short walk to the graveyard for about 15-20 minutes. 

The Ghost Bus Tours lasts for an hour and fifteen minutes. 

Due to the design of the classic Routemaster bus, unfortunately it has not been possible to make the entrance wheelchair accessible or to provide sufficient storage space on-board for wheelchairs (even when folded).

There are no toilet facilities on the bus. 

No alcohol is permitted on the Ghost Bus Tours. 

  • The bus tours are not suitable for young children aged 1 to 5.
  • Children aged 15 and under must be accompanied by a paying adult.
  • Only one child under 5 years old per adult may travel for free provided they do not occupy a seat to the exclusion of a fare paying passenger.
  • Due to the design of the classic Routemaster bus, unfortunately it is not possible to guarantee sufficient storage space on-board for prams or pushchairs (even when folded)

The Ghost Bus Tours depart from Edinburgh Lawnmarket, outside Heritage of Scotland, near the Deacon Brodies Tavern – EH1 2NT.

The Ghost Bus Tour is a comedy-horror tour around the city, showing you all of the dark and gruesome tales that the city has to offer. This is wrapped into a live theatre show with a professional actor, running at approximately 75 minutes; all whilst on a vintage routemaster bus.

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