A small group walk off the beaten path in a lush, green valley. Discover the picturesque Baronial legacy of the ancient milling village set under the majestic Thomas Telford’s Dean Bridge.
An ultimate tour for those eager to explore off the beaten path, where you will explore the lush valley of Dean Village with a focus on key Scottish architectural features.
Accompanied by your architect-guide, you will marvel at the goddess Hygiea within a Neoclassical mineral water temple, then take in the 1830s stonework of Dean Bridge designed by Thomas Telford.
After discovering the picturesque Baronial legacy of the ancient milling village, learn about the Victorian social housing building of Well Court.
Lastly, walk through a chic 19th-century cemetery to see two exceedingly glamorous Georgian orphanages now converted into modern art galleries.
In recognition that this business has confirmed that they have followed government and industry COVID-19 guidelines, ensuring processes are in place to maintain cleanliness and aid social/physical distancing.
Explore Edinburgh’s history through its buildings with our architect-guides. We offer daily walking tours in Scots Baronial and Post Modern Old Town, Neoclassical Georgian New Town, and the secluded lush valley of Dean Village. We can also arrange private, bespoke and large group tours. On request we speak French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Chinese, and Lithuanian.
Mon-Sun 9am - 7pm
City, History, Art, Architecture
Departs: Edinburgh - City Centre
This an ultimate tour for the seekers of romantic bonnie Scotland. With your arc...