The Cadies & Witchery Tours

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The Cadies & Witchery Tours
The Cadies & Witchery Tours
84 West Bow (Victoria Street), Edinburgh, EH1 2HH
  • Telephone 0131 225 6745
  • Opening times Mon–Sun noon–6pm; closed Tue.
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Covid-19 precautions

Hand sanitiser available to visitors and staff. Staff required to regularly wash hands, wear masks and gloves. Sneeze/cough screen in place.

In order to maintain appropriate physical distancing as our outdoor walking tours thread through the Old Town's closes, these tours will initially be limited to a maximum capacity of 15 persons. Booking is essential.

In line with Scottish Government regulations effective from 14 September 2020, we are limiting the number of adults that can be booked in a single party to 6. In addition, we ask guests to observe the rule that a party joining us can comprise of no more than 2 households.
Last updated: 25 December 2020

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A unique ghostly gift shop located in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town. As well as selling a variety of skulls, witches, dragons and magical fairies, the shop also serves as a booking office for ghostly walking tours that have been a major attraction in Edinburgh since 1984.

In an ornate black box on the counter of our shop in Edinburgh's West Bow rests a fascinating gory relic from the capital's grim past. This original artefact is a small calling-card case made out of the skin of the notorious 'bodysnatcher' William Burke.

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