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Paul Macdonald fencing with opponent
Edinburgh, Holyrood park. © The White Rose Guild

The Warrior’s Spirit

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January — December

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There is an intricate, dark and layered historical aspect to Scotland’s warriors. The Warrior’s Spirit Tour will leave a mark on your heart, as true as the crafted blade of a swordsmith.

Engage with a warrior and understand how these talented craftsmen passionately recreate history and keep Scotland’s culture thriving Scotland’s history of famous battles and war heroes are known worldwide. Here you can get up close and personal, treading the same paths these warriors would have taken.

The White Rose Guild explores historical and outstanding locations with you, offering a unique perspective on the Scottish warrior.

  • Experience the intricate nature of a Heraldry Artist
  • Marvel at the handy skills of a Silversmith
  • Hands-on with a Warrior
  • Bond with working Sheepdogs
  • Roam wild in the Scottish Highlands on off-road routes
  • Clay Pigeon Shooting with professionals
  • Uncover hidden gems of Edinburgh
  • Step back in time and explore ancient castles and whisky


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Contact details

The White Rose Guild
Floor 3, 1-4 Atholl Crescent
Edinburgh
Midlothian
Scotland
EH3 8HA

Key facilities

Parking Parking
WiFi Wifi
Starting
Edinburgh Glasgow
Length
7
Days
Transport
Driver guide
Type
Private
Languages
English
Themes
Ancestry History Landscapes Photography Whisky Wildlife

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The White Rose Guild

Immerse yourself in Scotland’s treasured craftsmanship. From each marvellous and mountainous peak to each rapid river, to the rich and vast forestry painted perfectly from a palette of bewildering and beautiful colours, hand-crafted by mother-nature. Read Less Explore the ancient and traditional crafts and the artisans who follow a long line of hard-working craftsmen and craftswomen who have shaped Scotland’s past, as each artisan you meet lovingly shapes Scotland’s present and future. Hear the stories that shaped this marvellous country, told with an undeniable passion for Scotland.

Opening times

Monday 09,00-18,00
Tuesday 09,00-18,00
Wednesday 09,00-18,00
Thursday 09,00-18,00
Friday 09,00-18,00
Saturday 09,00-18,00
Sunday 09,00-18,00

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