Things will go bump in the night at Glamis

Glamis Castle, undoubtedly one of Scotland’s most historic and spectacularly spooky visitor attractions, has launched ‘Ghosts of Glamis’, a special Hallowe’en tour which will take place inside the castle walls next month.

Mark Dowie
Wednesday, 5th October 2022, 3:00pm
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Running in the evenings from 5pm-9pm Friday, October 28 – Sunday, October 30, and 5pm-10pm on Monday October 31, ‘brave’ visitors will be led through the castle by an expert tour guide who will tell the many stories of the ghosts said to haunt the castle’s many grand rooms.

As well as hearing creepy tales of the Grey Lady and the Tongueless Woman, visitors will experience spine-tingling thrills and scares through a variety of atmospheric lighting and sound effects with ghostly figures waiting in the shadows.

The tour will begin at the castle entrance, taking visitors on a journey through the castle where they will meet an array of spooky sights.

They will make their way through the castle’s many majestic rooms including the drawing room, billiard room and the chapel which will be filled with some unexpected frights.

While there are some scares during ‘Ghosts of Glamis’, the castle is keen to welcome people of all ages.

Steven Cumming, General Manager, said: “As one of Scotland’s oldest castles, the dramatic stories of the Ghosts of Glamis are legendary. It’s the ideal place for those looking to celebrate Hallowe’en this year.

“The combination of the spooky stories, told brilliantly by our talented tour guides, and incredible effects as brave visitors walk through the castle will thrill and chill in equal measure.”

The Castle Kitchen Restaurant will be open during the tours for any visitors looking to have some dinner or sit down for a drink. The outdoor Hub café will also be open providing hot and cold drinks and snacks. The Pavilion Gift Shop will be open into the evening to allow visitors to begin their Christmas shopping in style.

Tickets are expected to sell fast! To book, visit Tickets are £15 per adult, £10 per child (5-17 years) and £10 for concessions. Car parking is included in the price of the tickets.

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