Edinburgh Dungeon Tour Stag Party Activity with Pop the Fizz.
Fright, fun, scary sarcasm will all come to the forefront on this amazing Edinburgh Stag party Activity.
Enter into the Dungeons of Edinburgh if you dare.
Something you would not normally do but this Edinburgh trip is all about experiencing things together as a group that are going to be a giggle and leave you with some great memories for the future.
Step into the Dungeons of Edinburgh and see how far you dare to go!
FEAR IS A FUNNY THING…
The Edinburgh Dungeon brings together an amazing cast of theatrical actors, special effects, stages, scenes and rides in a truly unique and exciting walkthrough experience that you see, hear, touch, smell and feel. It’s hilarious fun and it’s sometimes a bit scary.
We love it. We know you will too. Here’s why:
- Full on 360 sets with gripping storytelling
- 11 actor led shows with the finest and funniest of Scottish acting talent
- State of the art theming and special effects
- Two awesome underground rides
- Laughs, screams and cutting edge storytelling
We’re the black comedy of attractions; dark, atmospheric and very very funny.
YES, BUT HOW DOES IT WORK?
The Edinburgh Dungeon is an 80 minute journey through 1000 years of Scotland ‘s horrible history. Tours leave around 10 minutes apart and guided by a full cast of actors, you and your companions then move from show to show. You will laugh and scream as you encounter gripping storytelling, exciting rides and thrilling special effects. It’s based on real history and legend (minus the boring bits) where you come face-to-face with sinister characters from Scotland’s gruesome past, including murderous twosome Burke and Hare and Scottish legend Sawney Bean. Experience the disastrous effects of the plague in Street of Sorrows, the fearsome torture chamber and sense the ghostly presence of the Green Lady in 1715 Old Craig House.
It’s a fully themed experience. That means 360° sets, full on authenticity and theatrical storytelling. On your journey you’ll pass through the Caves of Galloway, plague-ravaged closes, the fearsome torture chamber… and a mysterious graveyard where Burke and Hare might be found lurking. Believe us, it’s better than a sightseeing or boring museum tour of Edinburgh.