Meet your private, fully-licensed guide and listen to the many tales they will tell as you and your family pass by some noteworthy sites on this 2-hour walking tour.
It all starts with the legend of Greyfriars Bobby, the dog that lived for many years next to the tomb of his beloved master… Let your guide then take you in the footsteps of iconic writers such as Stevenson, author of the world-famous Treasure Island and the infamous Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, Arthur Conan Doyle (author of the beloved Sherlock Holmes books) and many more.
Surely your kids are going to love knowing that J.K. Rowling wrote the adventures of Harry Potter in Edinburgh, and they will love seeing parts of the city where she got her inspiration.
On a more intellectual side, everyone will try to understand the theories of David Hume, a Scottish philosopher, when climbing up Calton Hill and enjoying the beautiful panoramic view from there.
To make it even more interesting for the children, they will all receive a fun-filled and educative game booklet. Peter Pan and Ivanhoe won’t have any secrets anymore!
Our Storytellers of Edinburgh is a great way to have your children learn about the literary heritage of Scotland as, during this walking tour, they will learn as much as they will have fun.
This tour is available in the following languages : English, French, Spanish
Meeting Point: At the National Museum of Scotland
Finish: Sherlock Holmes Statue