Edinburgh Castle on top of Castle Hill from Princes Street Gardens. The Ross Fountain is on the left with the castle in the background.

32 Things to Do in Edinburgh Scotland

Edinburgh, the capital city of Scotland, is filled with so much history and beauty. If you are looking for things to do in Edinburgh Scotland – the city has a lot to offer. Whether you’re looking for a hillside walk on Arthur’s Seat. A tour of 1,000-year-old buildings brimming with history. Or a spooky outing that delves into Edinburgh’s dark …

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Haunted Hotels in Scotland

Scotland is one of the most haunted countries on the planet, home to eerie underground vaults, an unnerving possessed cemetery, spine-chilling cursed castles and bloody tormented battlefields that changed Scotland’s history forever. Why not also spend the night at one of the haunted hotels in Scotland. There are so many haunted places in Scotland. It’s almost as if no part …

misty foggy graveyard with the haunted black mausoleum in Grayfriars Kirkyard

Historic Edinburgh Cemeteries to Explore

I’m an avid fan of old cemeteries and Scotland has them in abundance. Edinburgh, Scotland’s compact and hilly capital, is home to incredibly beautiful historical cemeteries you shouldn’t miss during your visit. Such as the world’s most haunted graveyard which inspired the creation of several Harry Potter characters and is known for its connection with one extraordinarily loyal dog. One …

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Spending the Night Inside the Edinburgh Vaults

Edinburgh is a city oozing with creepy historic events, many of which have paranormal backstories. Once upon a time, Scotland’s capital decided to throw an amazing festival called “Mary King’s Ghost Fest” which featured several spectral events, including trips to the Edinburgh underground vaults, the incredible Mary King’s Close (my personal favourite), ghost storytelling and even overnight vigils in the …