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Things to do in Edinburgh in November 2022

7th Nov 2022
Things to do in Edinburgh in November 2022

Halloween and Samhuinn may have passed but there's still plenty of things to do in Edinburgh in November. In fact, the darker evenings make it the perfect time to take one of our Edinburgh ghost tours. 

1. Doomed, Dead & Buried - All November

Take advantage of the early evenings on our Doomed, Dead, & Buried tour and visit The famous Blair Street Underground Vaults beneath the city and the Canongate Kirkyard on this adults-only ghost tour. The Blair Street Underground Vaults are the most extensive and deepest set of vaults under the South Bridge, lit by candles, and guided by a cloaked Storyteller, you won't believe some of the things that have taken place there.
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2. Edinburgh Castle: Castle of Lights - From November 18th.

Another event you can enjoy in the darker winter months is Edinburgh Castle's Castle of Lights! See the castle lit up in fantastic holograms, each one telling its own tale. This year's theme is named Kingdom of Colours and has been expanded, so even if you've been before it's always worth visiting again. You'll also get to experience stunning views of the city at night from the castle. Get your tickets here.

 

3. Visit The Christmas Market - From November 25th

Edinburgh's famous Christmas market will return from November 25th. Browse a range of unique gifts and delicious delights at the Christmas market stalls, ice skating, amusement park rides and more. Discover more here.

Another Christmas market will also open its doors at the Ocean Terminal shopping centre selling a range of Scottish goods and gifts. Learn more.

 

4. Edinburgh Christmas Light Trails - From November 11th & 17th

Visit Christmas at the Botanics or Five Sisters Zoo and enjoy their seasonal light trails. Five Sisters Zoo will even host a grotto inside, with Santa ready to greet guests from December 1st. 

 

5. Visit Camera Obscura World of Illusions - All November

Speaking of stunning views of the city, you can also get incredible views of Edinburgh from the rooftop of Camera Obscura. Plus, there's lots of engaging and fun illusions to interact with inside from mirror mazes to twisting tunnels. Book your visit here.

 

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