We've been fortunate enough to meet and, in some cases, co-operate with some great people and organisations.  We've included some links on this page which we think you'd enjoy.  
Our Edinburgh weblinks
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Geneology Tours of Scotland https://www.genealogytoursofscotland.ca/ http://genealogytoursofscotland.blogspot.ca/ Scottish born, Canadian raised, Christine Woodcock had the best of both worlds, growing up immersed in Scottish culture. Realising that others of the Scots diaspora were not as fortunate, she started her business, Genealogy Tours of Scotland (https://www.genealogytoursofscotland.ca/) to allow others researching their Scottish roots the opportunity to return to the land of their ancestors, conduct family history research and deepen their sense of belonging to their ancestral kin.
Don Munro Photography https://www.facebook.com/DonMunroPhotography Welcome to the Facebook page for Edinburgh based photographer Don Munro. Don's main subjects of interest include Edinburgh, cityscape, landscape, seascape, travel, nature and long exposure photography - this is reflected in the images here.  All images: © Don Munro Photography - all rights reserved. If you'd like to use any of his images you must obtain his prior written consent.
The Grassmarket Community Project http://www.grassmarketcommunityproject.co.uk This organisation does a sterling job for people traditionally labelled as 'homeless', people who live right in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town have been given support through a series of activities.  We're currently hoping that we can offer just a tiny bit to this organisation through our forthcoming charity tours of Edinburgh.
Edinburgh Museums http://www.edinburghmuseums.org.uk Edinburgh City Council control a number of fascinating museums, many of which have free entry and which lie close to our Old Town tour route.  Our favourites are the Writer's Museum, the People's Story and the Museum of Edinburgh.  In our humble opinion these places should be on the 'must visit' list of anyone interested in Edinburgh's history!
Greyfriars Kirk http://www.greyfriarskirk.com/ Greyfriars Kirk has a thriving Church of Scotland congregation which sits in the church within the historic Greyfriars Kirkyard.  The Kirk is a strong presence in the community and we think you'll be amazed at just how much is going on!
Greyfriars Bobby's Bar http://www.facebook.com/greyfriarsbobbybarofficial Our favourite Edinburgh pub!  Greyfriars Bobby's Bar has that quaint 'Old Edinburgh' feel and sits just next to where we start our tours in Greyfriars Kirkyard.  Friendly bar staff and an excellent selection of drinks makes this somewhere we highly recommend.
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ADDRESS 28/2 Bridge Road Colinton Edinburgh United Kingdom EH13 0LQ
CONTACT Mail: robert@historicedinburghtours.co.uk Phone: 079590026077
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HISTORIC EDINBURGH TOURS Award winning guided tours of Edinburgh
Copyright Historic Edinburgh Tours 2019
OUR REGULAR GUIDED TOURS
Greyfriars Kirk
< Old Edinburgh history tour This two-hour tour of Edinburgh’s Old Town takes you through hundreds of years of Scottish history.  You’ll walk in the footsteps of Kings and Queens, murderers and everyday citizens.  Our stories, coupled with our well-chosen visual resources, make this a great way to immerse yourself in Edinburgh’s history.
Learn more > Buy tickets >
< Greyfriars Kirkyard history tour This history tour of Greyfriars Kirkyard is the story of Old Edinburgh’s people.  Discover their lives, their deaths, and how they shaped Scotland’s history.  You’ll learn about executed noblemen, great thinkers, philanthropists and murderers only inches away from where they lie buried today.  Are you ready to ‘meet’ the dead of Old Edinburgh?
Learn more > Buy tickets >
(                        Rated a ‘5 star’ tour on TripAdvisor)
(                        Rated a ‘5 star’ tour on TripAdvisor)
We've been fortunate enough to meet and, in some cases, co-operate with some great people and organisations.  We've included some links on this page which we think you'd enjoy.  
Our Edinburgh weblinks
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Geneology Tours of Scotland https://www.genealogytoursofscotland.ca/ http://genealogytoursofscotland.blogspot.ca/ Scottish born, Canadian raised, Christine Woodcock had the best of both worlds, growing up immersed in Scottish culture. Realising that others of the Scots diaspora were not as fortunate, she started her business, Genealogy Tours of Scotland (https://www.genealogytoursofscotland.ca/) to allow others researching their Scottish roots the opportunity to return to the land of their ancestors, conduct family history research and deepen their sense of belonging to their ancestral kin.
Don Munro Photography https://www.facebook.com/DonMunroPhotography Welcome to the Facebook page for Edinburgh based photographer Don Munro. Don's main subjects of interest include Edinburgh, cityscape, landscape, seascape, travel, nature and long exposure photography - this is reflected in the images here.  All images: © Don Munro Photography - all rights reserved. If you'd like to use any of his images you must obtain his prior written consent.
The Grassmarket Community Project http://www.grassmarketcommunityproject.co.uk This organisation does a sterling job for people traditionally labelled as 'homeless', people who live right in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town have been given support through a series of activities.  We're currently hoping that we can offer just a tiny bit to this organisation through our forthcoming charity tours of Edinburgh.
Edinburgh Museums http://www.edinburghmuseums.org.uk Edinburgh City Council control a number of fascinating museums, many of which have free entry and which lie close to our Old Town tour route.  Our favourites are the Writer's Museum, the People's Story and the Museum of Edinburgh.  In our humble opinion these places should be on the 'must visit' list of anyone interested in Edinburgh's history!
Greyfriars Kirk http://www.greyfriarskirk.com/ Greyfriars Kirk has a thriving Church of Scotland congregation which sits in the church within the historic Greyfriars Kirkyard.  The Kirk is a strong presence in the community and we think you'll be amazed at just how much is going on!
Greyfriars Bobby's Bar http://www.facebook.com/greyfriarsbobbybarofficial Our favourite Edinburgh pub!  Greyfriars Bobby's Bar has that quaint 'Old Edinburgh' feel and sits just next to where we start our tours in Greyfriars Kirkyard.  Friendly bar staff and an excellent selection of drinks makes this somewhere we highly recommend.
NAVIGATION
SOCIAL
ADDRESS 28/2 Bridge Road Colinton Edinburgh United Kingdom EH13 0LQ
CONTACT Mail: robert@historicedinburghtours.co.uk Phone: 079590026077
  
LEGAL
HISTORIC EDINBURGH TOURS Award winning guided tours of Edinburgh
Copyright Historic Edinburgh Tours 2019
OUR REGULAR GUIDED TOURS
Greyfriars Kirk
< Old Edinburgh history tour This two-hour tour of Edinburgh’s Old Town takes you through hundreds of years of Scottish history.  You’ll walk in the footsteps of Kings and Queens, murderers and everyday citizens.  Our stories, coupled with our well-chosen visual resources, make this a great way to immerse yourself in Edinburgh’s history.
Learn more > Buy tickets >
< Greyfriars Kirkyard history tour This history tour of Greyfriars Kirkyard is the story of Old Edinburgh’s people.  Discover their lives, their deaths, and how they shaped Scotland’s history.  You’ll learn about executed noblemen, great thinkers, philanthropists and murderers only inches away from where they lie buried today.  Are you ready to ‘meet’ the dead of Old Edinburgh?
Learn more > Buy tickets >
(                        Rated a ‘5 star’ tour on TripAdvisor)
(                        Rated a ‘5 star’ tour on TripAdvisor)
We've been fortunate enough to meet and, in some cases, co-operate with some great people and organisations.  We've included some links on this page which we think you'd enjoy.  
Our Edinburgh weblinks
__________________________________________________________________________________________
Geneology Tours of Scotland https://www.genealogytoursofscotland.ca/ http://genealogytoursofscotland.blogspot.ca/ Scottish born, Canadian raised, Christine Woodcock had the best of both worlds, growing up immersed in Scottish culture. Realising that others of the Scots diaspora were not as fortunate, she started her business, Genealogy Tours of Scotland (https://www.genealogytoursofscotland.ca/) to allow others researching their Scottish roots the opportunity to return to the land of their ancestors, conduct family history research and deepen their sense of belonging to their ancestral kin.
Don Munro Photography https://www.facebook.com/DonMunroPhotography Welcome to the Facebook page for Edinburgh based photographer Don Munro. Don's main subjects of interest include Edinburgh, cityscape, landscape, seascape, travel, nature and long exposure photography - this is reflected in the images here.  All images: © Don Munro Photography - all rights reserved. If you'd like to use any of his images you must obtain his prior written consent.
The Grassmarket Community Project http://www.grassmarketcommunityproject.co.uk This organisation does a sterling job for people traditionally labelled as 'homeless', people who live right in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town have been given support through a series of activities.  We're currently hoping that we can offer just a tiny bit to this organisation through our forthcoming charity tours of Edinburgh.
Edinburgh Museums http://www.edinburghmuseums.org.uk Edinburgh City Council control a number of fascinating museums, many of which have free entry and which lie close to our Old Town tour route.  Our favourites are the Writer's Museum, the People's Story and the Museum of Edinburgh.  In our humble opinion these places should be on the 'must visit' list of anyone interested in Edinburgh's history!
Greyfriars Kirk http://www.greyfriarskirk.com/ Greyfriars Kirk has a thriving Church of Scotland congregation which sits in the church within the historic Greyfriars Kirkyard.  The Kirk is a strong presence in the community and we think you'll be amazed at just how much is going on!
Greyfriars Bobby's Bar http://www.facebook.com/greyfriarsbobbybarofficial Our favourite Edinburgh pub!  Greyfriars Bobby's Bar has that quaint 'Old Edinburgh' feel and sits just next to where we start our tours in Greyfriars Kirkyard.  Friendly bar staff and an excellent selection of drinks makes this somewhere we highly recommend.
HISTORIC EDINBURGH TOURS Award winning guided tours of Edinburgh
ADDRESS 28/2 Bridge Road Colinton Edinburgh United Kingdom EH13 0LQ
CONTACT Mail: robert@historicedinburg htours.co.uk Phone: 079590026077
Copyright Historic Edinburgh Tours 2019
Greyfriars Kirk
< Old Edinburgh history tour This two-hour tour of Edinburgh’s Old Town takes you through hundreds of years of Scottish history.  You’ll walk in the footsteps of Kings and Queens, murderers and everyday citizens.  Our stories, coupled with our well-chosen visual resources, make this a great way to immerse yourself in Edinburgh’s history. Fridays 7pm-9pm Saturdays 2pm-4pm £10, £8(concessions) Pre-booking essential
Learn more > Buy tickets >
< Greyfriars Kirkyard history tour This history tour of Greyfriars Kirkyard is the story of Old Edinburgh’s people.  Discover their lives, their deaths, and how they shaped Scotland’s history.  You’ll learn about executed noblemen, great thinkers, philanthropists and murderers only inches away from where they lie buried today.  Are you ready to ‘meet’ the dead of Old Edinburgh? Thursdays 7pm-8.45 £10, £8(concessions) Pre-booking essential
Learn more > Buy tickets >
Call us : +44 (0)7590 026 077
Call us : +44 (0)7590 026 077
Call us : +44 (0)7590 026 077