Highland Tolbooth Kirk
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Cadies & Witchery Tours
The becloaked and pasty-faced Adam Lyal (deceased) leads a 'Murder & Mystery' tour of the Old Town's darker corners. These tours are...
A snug little howff tucked away down a close, the Judge exudes a cosy 17th-century atmosphere (low, timber-beamed painted ceilings) and...
A Gothic hall beneath the Highland Tolbooth Kirk – now home to the Edinburgh Festival offices – has been transformed into this bright...
Highland Tolbooth Kirk information
Lonely Planet review
Edinburgh's tallest spire (71.7m) is at the foot of Castlehill and is a prominent feature of the Old Town's skyline. The interior has been refurbished and it now houses the Hub , the ticket office and the information centre for the Edinburgh Festival. There's also a good cafe here.