First architectural audio guide in Edinburgh

We have released the first architectural audio guides in Edinburgh! Powered by a location aware smartphone app, Edinburgh’s history is told through architecture, all while you walk. The audio guides are great for locals and visitors keen to explore culture right now, without risking the large groups. Every tour sold will raise funds for a local building conservation charity.

A tour of Edinburgh New Town private park

We invite you to an armchair tour of Edinburgh New Town! Come along with us to the private Central Queen Street park, a favourite on our New Town tours steeped in Georgian history.

Edinburgh History tour in 8 books

Take an Edinburgh history tour on your sofa while you’re dreaming of your next stroll through its atmospheric streets. Whether you are a local, a traveller reminiscing about your last visit, or only just dreaming about your first trip to Edinburgh, we have a list of books to entertain the armchair academic within you!

Edinburgh without walking tours

With all Edinburgh walking tours currently on hold, an empty city, after a month in quarantine, the new reality starts to sink in. We must get on with our work and lives as best as we can. What is our guiding team currently up to, while we wait for travel to come back?

We are hiring

Our team is growing and we are looking for a (preferably) French speaker with an architectural background to lead historical walking tours focused on architecture.

Fife and Dundee:
from Scots cottages to starchitecture

For those architecture lovers who venture outside of Edinburgh, Fife coastal route offers an exciting day out, checking off a potent blend of historical and cutting edge contemporary “starchitecture”.

Hiring a new architectural guide

We are looking for a new guide to join our small but growing architecture tour company in Edinburgh.

Edinburgh Castle: A tour to David’s Tower

For nearly half a millennium it lay built over and only rediscovered a century ago. It is usually closed to visitors, but on a special tour organised by Historic Scotland events team the entry was permitted to a group of enthusiasts.