Is it teething time for your little one?
Scotland is a country shrouded in stories of ghosts, ghouls and mysterious happenings, making it a perfect place to celebrate Halloween. This October, visit the home of legends and the supernatural for a truly terrifying time.
Why not visit some of the ‘spooky’ locations:
  • Jedburgh Castle, Scottish Borders.
  • Culzean Castle, Ayrshire
  • Glamis Castle, Forfar
  • St Andrews, Fife 
  • The Isle of Skye
  • Culloden Moor, Inverness-shire
Or prepare to be scared at these Halloween themed events:
  • Mostly Ghostly, Dumfries and Galloway, Haunted Highways Tour: Saturday 26th October (suitable for ages 12+).
  • The Real Mary King’s Close: Dark Truth Tour, Edinburgh: Thursday 31st October (suitable for ages 16+).
  • Spook-tacular Storytelling, the National Museum of Flight, East Lothain: Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th October (suitable for families).
  • Halloween Hooley, Robert Buns Birthplace, Ayr: Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd November (suitable for families)
  • Halloween Heart Fires: Storytelling Festival Finale Fright Night, Edinburgh: Sunday 27th October (suitable for parents and young adults)
  • Spooky Strathy: The Haunted Highlands, North Sutherland: Saturday 19th October (suitable for families)



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