Edinburgh’s original and best witchery tour
If you are going to do a Witchery Tour when you are in town, then we recommend doing the original and best one. Adam Lyal (deceased) has been operating from outside the Witchery restaurant for many years and been telling stories about what’s lurking in the Edinburgh Streets. Suitable for all ages and is a really fun night out.
Try to time it that you go when it’s dark to get the best effect (remember it doesn’t get dark till 10pm or so in May and June) and book ahead in summer months as it does get busy. If you only discover that the tours exist the day you want to go, then turn up at the time the tour starts (info on website) and ‘join in’.
They always allow for more people joining and take payment once the tour starts. This stems from when payment used to be taken in advance and then tourists just joined in on seeing Adam Lyal (and colleague) wandering the streets and disappeared at the end without paying.
Dress appropriately for the weather and wear comfortable shoes.
Suitable for disabled? Unfortunately not due to the old streets of Edinburgh and stairs that make up the majority of this tour