Join a knowledgeable guide for a tour of Edinburgh’s historic landmarks, some of which are connected to Mary Queen of Scots in various ways, and learn about the city’s rich history.
The tour will start at the Scottish Storytelling Centre and John Knox House Museum, then to the Canongate Kirk (a Scottish word for a church) dated back to the late 1600s. On the historic kirkyard (graveyard), many notable people lay their final resting place, including the lover of Mary Queen of Scots.
On the way to The Scottish Parliament, the tour will pass by the house of the famous philosopher and author Adam Smith. Outside the Scottish Parliament, you will see Arthur’s Seat and hear all about it.
The next stop will be at White Horse Close, which served as a tavern on the way to London. Many things happened here and in the nearby structures, and you will hear all about them. One of the last stops will be at Holyrood Abbey, where you will admire the ruins of what was once one of Scotland’s most important places of worship.
This tour will enrich your knowledge about Edinburgh and its history. Do not miss it.
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