We offer private guided walking tours in Edinburgh for groups up to 30 people. These architecture tours in English and French are guided by a local architect and are perfect for conferences, meetings and study trips.
Browse the sample itineraries below. For custom requirements, let us know your subject of interest and we will tailor the itinerary to your group.
Prices start at £175 per tour. Our rates will depend on the group size, the length of the tour and the level of customisation required. Discounts for student groups apply.
10% of earnings from every group tour is donated to to a building conservation charity SPAB Scotland (The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings), that works on promoting traditional building crafts among young people.
Our Recent Clients
TED Summit 2019
TED Community Conference, Edinburgh
Real Estate Development Association, Denmark
Engineering company, Sweden
Environmental Consultancy, UK
Verband Beratender Ingenieure e.V
Association of Consulting Engineers, Germany
University of West England
Urban Planning Students, UK
Fire Proofing Consultancy, Sweden
Real Estate Meeting Edinburgh 2018
Architectural Studio, France
Construction Consultancy Norway
Oxbridge International Education
For architects and town planners, China
UNESCO World Heritage Site
A city with most listed buildings in the world, Edinburgh contains a huge UNESCO World Heritage site that includes both Old and New Town. Here, the organic picturesque Old Town contrasts with the rational New Town that is the largest Georgian planned town development in the world.
Edinburgh’s topography itself provides clarity on these two contrasting urban settings by separating them with a green valley.
In the recent decades, a generation of contemporary architecture – subtle, clever, and daring – was sensitively incorporated into the precious heritage fabric of the city. Local architects and international stars such as Enric Miralles and Fosters made successful contributions to the cityscape.
A range of high quality housing, hotel, museum, and government projects are a frequent focus of the study trips to Scotland.
You can mix & match the sites for a tailored experience.
Click on the tour for pictures.