1st December, 2015


For the first time ever The Edinburgh Dungeon is giving visitors who dare the chance to step in to the shoes of a detective and be a part of a truly chilling live murder mystery event this Christmas.


The all new Christmas Murder Mystery performances will run on just two suspense filled nights and promise a wintery whodunnit full of scares and surprises as guests find themselves at the heart of a frosty murder investigation.


Edward Evans, general manager at The Edinburgh Dungeon, commented: “If the thought of another panto this Christmas leaves you feeling less than jolly, try something that will add a little more fear to your festive season.


“As visitors move through the mysterious scene of the Dungeon, clues will be uncovered and then it will be up to them to work out which of the sinister characters from Scotland’s murky past the encounter could have done the deed.


“At the Dungeon we are always looking to come up with new ideas and packages and this one is set to take the experience to a whole new level.”


So prepare for festive fun full of shocks and surprises as The Edinburgh Dungeon opens its doors for the Christmas Murder Mystery on Friday 18 November at 6pm and Saturday 19 November at 7pm. Each performance lasts 1 hour 30 minutes with tickets priced at just £19.95 which includes a complimentary mince pie and a glass of mulled wine.  

“We went to the dungeon on the 13th August 2013. We were not sure what it was going to be like but as soon as the visit started the fun began. Going through in small groups, I was instantly put in the…”

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