The Edinburgh Dungeon is open 7 days a week excluding Christmas Day. Closing times stated below are last admission times.
|1st Jan – 13th Feb||11am – 4pm||10am – 5pm|
|14th – 22nd Feb||10am – 5pm||10am – 5pm|
|23rd Feb – 2nd April||11am – 4pm||10am – 5pm|
|3rd April - 17th July||10am – 5pm||10am – 5pm|
|18th July - 30th Aug||10am – 7pm||10am – 7pm|
|31st Aug – 29th Oct||10am – 5pm||10am – 5pm|
|30th Oct||10am – 6pm||-|
|31st Oct||-||10am – 10pm|
|1st Nov||-||10 am – 5pm|
|2nd Nov – 23rd Dec||11am – 4pm||10am – 5pm|
|24th Dec||11am – 4pm||-|
|26th Dec||-||11am – 4pm|
|27th Dec||-||10am – 5pm|
|28th – 31st Dec||11am – 4pm||-|
Tours leave approximately every 10 minutes and last 80 minutes no matter what time you enter.
Good question. We love a dark Halloween night ourselves, but for the rest of the year there's just one thing you need to remember. Like any amazingly funny, brilliantly designed and (ha ha) executed attraction... we are very popular. Our guests love us and tend to come back time and time again.
So... make it easy on yourself. BOOK A TICKET IN ADVANCE. That way you:
Right. Does that make sense? Great, so you know what you have to do. The red Ticket button is up there at the top...up... up... up... there you go.
“We went to the Dungeon on Friday October 18th with our 7 year old daughter. We had warned her well in advance and we'd looked online at all the stories and what to expect. From the minute you step off the street you're on edge. From start to finish BRILLIANT!!!! Our daughter was fine and the fact my poor husband was constantly picked on - he was tortured, he was hung drawn and quartered, he had his head chopped off and Sawney Bean's daughter fancied him - helped a lot. She knew it was fun and jumped a couple of times but didn't want to leave. Go, well worth every penny”Ruth See more reviews...