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Monday 23rd October - Saturday 4th November

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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
Sat 25

A Dark History, 6.30pm

November 25 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Fri 01

A Dark History, 6.30pm

December 1 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Sun 03

Dead Centre, 3pm

December 3 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm
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.

 

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 in October

Devil May Care – You won’t want to miss this devilish tour around Claypotts Castle! Tickets cost £12 per person, running at 6.30pm and 8pm each night (apart from Sundays) From Monday 23rd October to Saturday 4th November – Find out more and book tickets. 

Dinner and drinks at Malmaison – Malmaison Hotel Dundee are hosting a dinner and drinks night on Friday 13th October with a difference… some spooky stories from us! See their tickets on Eventbrite, cost is £75 per person which includes a 3 course meal plus drinks – see more details and book tickets.

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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.
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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