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Brutal Broughty, 25th – 31st July

Back for Broughty Gala Week - Sun 2nd - Sun 9th July.

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"Fascinating stories about Dundee"

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"Think you know Dundee?..."

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Join us for a Dark Dundee walking tour. Whether touring by day or night, our dark tales will tickle your ghoulish tastebuds.

Upcoming Events
Mon 26

The Law Tour, 6.30pm

June 26 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Mon 26

The Law Tour, 8pm

June 26 @ 8:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Wed 28

Dead Centre, 10.30am

June 28 @ 10:30 am - 11:30 am
Standard Walking Tours – £10 per ticket

A Dark History – Riots, rebellions, witches and our bloody battle for survival

Dead Centre – Disease, death and execution, starting in an ancient graveyard.

Twisted in Time – Exploring the truth to Dundee’s darkest myths and legends.

Crimes of Passion – Love and murder in Dundee throughout the 1800s.

The Law – The famous hill’s dark past from 4,000,000 BC to the early 1900s.

Private tours
Looking to book one of our standard tours for your group? Whether you’re looking for a private tour for yourself, family and friends, for celebrations or for a work night out, team building or looking for a custom tour – we can help.

Special tours & events – from £12 per ticket

Brutal Broughty – back for Broughty Ferry Gala Week 2017,  everyone who didn’t make it last year will get the chance to explore the dark side of Broughty’s history. Dates and tickets.

Fatal Ferry – We’re not done with the Ferry just yet! From Sunday 23rd to Sunday 30th July we have more stories about Broughty Ferry’s dark past… see dates and tickets. 

Latest posts in the Archive:
What have we been up to?
Jeez, where do we start? Best to start with our Deceased in the East tour which we did in early
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A Violent Son
Nestled away in a copy of The Evening Telegraph and Post from late July 1905 is a dark tale of
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Death by fire – just not how you think
Sometimes fires can be deadly, as we all know, but not always in the way we expect. As we’ve been
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A Strange Suicide
When an on-duty constable patrolling the harbour on 11th March 1894 noticed something in the water at King William Dock,
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Looking for something different? We can arrange transport, work with the travel trade or work with your organisation. Contact us to find out more.
Need to get in touch?

Email: admin@darkdundee.co.uk
Tel: 07446 625682
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Want to read about Dundee’s dark history from your armchair? We have over 130 stories spanning the centuries.  Go to the archive