Architectural Walking Tours in Edinburgh

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Edinburgh Architecture Tour Gift Card

The perfect gift for your friends and family!

Surprise the urban explorers you know with the perfect tour for inquisitive minds. Whether they live in Edinburgh or are just visiting, this gift will leave them full of insights about Edinburgh’s architectural secrets.

Our Edinburgh city tours depart daily to three of its most distinguished locations – Old Town, New Town, and Dean Village. Their unique street layouts, building proportions, materials and tools used, details, patterns, and trade insignia will hint at historical events and local characters.  

The lifestyles, values, and ideas of different eras will reveal themselves on a stroll through the atmospheric narrow closes, elegant crescents, grand squares, and romantic gardens. 

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Gift Card Details

Gift cards are valid for any or our architecture tours in Edinburgh and for the number of people or value of your choice.

You will find descriptions of all our tours here.

Valid: 1 year from purchase.

Price:  £27pp, £54 for two, or any other amount on monetary value gift card that the recipient can redeem for any tour. 

Delivery method: 

  • Email to yourself or the recipient – instant delivery.
  • Print at home – you will be sent a presentation PDF.
  • Post to yourself or the recipient via Royal Mail in a presentation envelope. Second Class post included. Special Delivery available for a cost.​

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Edinburgh Architecture Tours TripAdvisor Excellence Certificate
Ian, Edinburgh
Whether you are new to Edinburgh, or already know the city, you will get a huge amount from it.
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Lynn, Edinburgh
One of the highlights was access to the locked Queen Street Gardens! We've done architectural tours in a number of cities and this ranks among the top!
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Rosalind, Dunbar
It was fascinating to learn about all the influences on Edinburgh’s architecture, from brochs and baronial castles to Le Corbusier.
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Elisabeth, Newcastle
I saw the city in a new light through the excellent commentary and images Agustina shared.
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