Elgin Ghost Tours
Verified by us: We were lucky enough to experience one of the Whyte Witches’ Ghost Tours in Elgin. She was considerate, ensuring a smooth wheelchair friendly route that avoided cobbles and made use of the best dropped kerbs.
A wheelchair and disability friendly activity for all the family in Scotland – Elgin, to be precise! Take a ghost tour and discover the spookier side of the town.
Elgin Ghost Tours is a one person tour guide business, offering tours around Elgin City exploring it’s history, and hauntings.
You can explore the small alleyways with ‘In and out the Dusty Closes’.
Explore the high street and it’s unusual history with the ‘High Street Graveyard Tour’
Follow the trail of accused witches with ‘The Witches Tour’
Explore the Royal history of Elgin with the ‘Royal West end Tour’
Hear how a local homeless lady’s son ended up being very rich and a benefactor of the town with the ‘Anderson Tour’
Explore Elgin Cathedral with 2 tours available either exterior tour or the interior tour
Any kind of interest in a particular theme or building I can usually frame a tour around, including Paranormal, Outlander, Religious History.
All tours have fully accessible versions and duration and distance can be adjusted if you require.
Most of the tours are 1.5 hours – 2 hours
Tours can be arranged for your preferred route, timings and dates as requested.
£7.50 per person
Please give me 24 hours notice (I’m a workaholic and may need to re-arrange my day job to accommodate your request)
There is all sorts of buildings and an amazing breadth of history within this little town, come and let me help you explore it with this wheelchair and disability friendly activity!
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A wee note from Accessible Holidays Scotland: Verification was provided by a manual wheelchair user. The Whyte Witch was so considerate during our tour. It was so refreshing to find a tour guide that has considered accessibility in so much detail and is so flexible in accommodating individual requirements.