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Save with these Edinburgh Dungeons online discount ticket offers and information on where to buy cheaper admission prices locally

The Edinburgh Dungeons is a must for anyone visiting the capital of Scotland. It is located at 31 Market Street, across from the famous The Doric Tavern Bar and Restaurant, and a short walk from Princess Street. Visitors should prepare to be frightened and entertained in this interactive attraction where staff encourages you to scream, shout and take part.

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Buying your ticket online means you won't have to join the long queues because you will get priority entrance in a separate area and will also give you an Edinburgh Dungeons discount. View the Prices. Other offers are available such as combined entry and dinner at Hard Rock Cafe or duel Edinburgh Dungeons discount tickets with nearby Sea Life. There is also an annual pass available online which gives you free entry to the other Dungeons in London, York and Blackpool Tower as well as other Merlin Group places such as Alton Towers, Chessington World of Adventures, London Eye, Legoland and Warwick Castle.

Edinburgh Dungeons Entrance

Do allow about one hour or more for your visit. There are a few stairs to go down and toilets can be found near the entrance - best visit these as you will be jumping out of your skin a few times and you don't want any embarrassing accidents!

No filming or cameras are permitted inside but there are photo opportunities using the displays and props such as the chopping block and executioner's axe. These are available to buy at the exit.

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There are no staff once you enter the tour - instead you meet characters such as the Judge in his courtroom, a Doctor at the anatomy theatre, the torturer and even a talking William Wallace head on a spike. The actors really get into their roles and expect you to take part! The scenery is worthy of any theatrical performance and soon even your senses will be taking you back into a time of poor sanitation and lots of blood and guts.

Special events take place at key times of the year such as Halloween and Christmas.

The tourist information office on Princess Street also sells tickets to the Edinburgh Dungeons at discounted prices. If you visit after 3pm (last admission is usually 5pm) then you save even more on the admission prices.

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