Halloween is fast-approaching and if you’re after some terrifying plans, we’ve just found the sleepover of your dreams (or in this case, nightmares!).
Edinburgh Dungeon has revealed it will be launching a ‘Séance Sleepover’ for Halloween, where guests can get in touch with the underworld with a spooky séance… and then spend the night sleeping in a coffin in the Dungeon’s notorious Torture Chamber.
Basically, it’s not one for the faint-hearted (and unsurprisingly, it’s only open for those aged 18 or over).
The thrilling attraction has teamed up with Booking.com to offer the spooky stay, and if you’re obsessed with all things ghoulish then it needs to be on your radar.
Guests will be treated to a complimentary dinner at the Hard Rock Café, before joining the last Dungeons tour of the day.
When the last of the visitors have left, you’ll be joined by a professional medium, and use a Ouija board to attempt to summon whatever spirits may lurk in the depths of the dungeons.
All of the excitement getting a bit too much? Then you can go and lie down to get some rest for the night… in a custom made coffin bed.
Oh, and we’re also loving the extra touches such as the free skeleton pyjamas and slippers for guests!
For those who can’t get to sleep, the Black Jester will be on hand to come and share one of his favourite bedtime stories – and provide a much needed dram of whiskey before midnight.
From then on, you’re on your own…
The Séance Sleepover is available for up to two guests, and will only be running on Halloween (the 31st October).
It can be booked exclusively on Booking.com on the listing here from 10am on Friday 25th October so you’ll want to get in quick to bag the stay.
The offer also includes a complimentary breakfast at the nearby Motel One Hotel the next morning.
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You can find out more about the dungeons on the Edinburgh Dungeon website.