What influenced Conan Doyle when he started writing Sherlock Holmes? Become the famous writer for a day, from medical sciences to helping the police solve a murder.
You will start your day by retracing the steps of Arthur Conan Doyle with our tour guide and discovering the places which inspired the author when he created his famous Sherlock Holmes stories. After the private tour, warm yourself in a Victorian pub in the city centre and enjoy a delicious Scottish meal.
After your 2h private guided tour, join a traditional scottish lunch in a haunted pub. Conan Doyle after all was both a man of science, and a man who believed in the supernatural !
Conan Doyle was well known for not only writing about murders, but also for helping the police solve some. Participate in a themed escape game, where you will help solve a strange case. Dr Malcolm is after all well known for his dissections. Only there is one question which you can’t seem to shake : how exactly has he been procuring the bodies? From bloody research to disappearing clues, it will be up to you to bring Dr Malcolm to justice.
Conan Doyle was a skilled medical partitionner and he used all his knowledge while writing Sherlock Holmes. Head for a self-guided tour of Surgeons’ Hall, the medical museum of the capital where skeletons and apprentices meet in the name of science. In Surgeons’ Hall, don’t miss the Sherlock Holmes exhibit where you will learn how the medical innovations of the 19th century influenced Sherlock’s deductive process!