Led by local historian and actor Colin Brown, Rebustours run throughout the Fringe, starting and finishing at The Royal Oak pub on Infirmary Street.
Discover a little-known side of Edinburgh’s Old Town: behind the historic buildings, find the surprising number of little gardens and green nooks and crannies, all with a story to …
Discover the stories of the musicians who have stayed, played and made music in Scotland’s capital city with these entertaining, guided walking tours.
Join our expert guides for a free walk around the heart of Edinburgh’s historic Old Town.
Our unique tour sets out to capture the essence and idiosyncrasies of the characters and locations of the McCall Smith 44 Scotland Street books.
Join the Silent Adventures dream team as they lead you on a fun-filled silent disco tour of the capital.
Researched and designed by best-selling historical author and award-winning novelist J A Henderson, our walks combine the weirdest stories, wickedest humour and wildest history.
A guided walk in a lush, green valley with a focus on key Scottish architectural features.
It’s August, and we know what has lured all of you to Edinburgh—the neoclassical architecture!Whether you’re a regular tourist, Fringe-goer or resident, Cobble Tales' Arc…
Following the popularity of Greenyonder Tours’ sell-out tour Hidden Gardens of the Royal Mile, this walking tour celebrates the work of Patrick Geddes, the early Scots environmen…
Enjoy a relaxed walk through the historic Old Town with a bona fide Scottish Historian.
A hilarious street cleaner sweeps you off on an outdoor journey into the unknown festival, uncovering its secrets and making an ingenious show out of rubbish with his extraordinary…
A guided walking tour visiting the sites and haunts of Edinburgh’s literary legends: Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, JM Barrie, Alex…
Experience the dark and hidden atmosphere of the Detective Inspector John Rebus books which are written by best-selling crime writer Ian Rankin.
Experience the Trainspotting walking tour on location in Leith.
Get off the tourist drag and onto the gin trail: see the New Town through gin-tinted spectacles with gin liqueur cocktails, G&T toasted marshmallows, gin-cured salmon and a Highlan…
Edinburgh’s status as first UN City of Literature recognises its long history of welcoming international writers and Scottish writers exploring the wider world.
Booking is essential for this sell-out tour.
Children and grown-up children, walk, dance, sing and enjoy our musical streets for one hour! Silent disco fun with our party panda.
Entertaining and informative guided walking tours that tell the stories of the musicians who have stayed, played and made music in Edinburgh.
A completely unique, side-splittingly hilarious walk of Edinburgh’s Old Town with local comedian Daniel Downie that promises to be more hysterical than historical.
Let one of Edinburgh’s most infamous sons or daughters lead you round the dark side of Edinburgh’s Old Town.
Researched and designed by best-selling historical author and award winning novelist J A Henderson, our walks combine the weirdest stories, wickedest humour and wildest history.
This tour will take you into parts of Edinburgh that you did not know existed, off the tourist trail.
2018 sell-out; a small group walk in a green valley with a focus on key Scottish architectural features.
The tour is regarded by many as a pioneer in its field and a must-see cultural attraction in guide books throughout the world.
Following 2018’s sell-out, five-star shows, the Silent Adventures team are back with even more madness and brand new adventures to boot.
Join this lively and entertaining guided walking tour and enjoy decades of thrilling Fringe stories from today to Edinburgh’s first festivals in 1947.
Grab a wand and join your robed guide on the original tour of Edinburgh designed especially for Potter fans – accept no imitations! Discover inspirations for characters and locat…
Part of the Fringe Central Events Programme for Fringe participants.
Linking Old and New Towns, Princes Street Gardens are truly amazing in their unique geology, disputed history, diverse planting and the myriad ways that ordinary folk have used and…
Free, guided short film walk with site-specific outdoor screenings.
Get off the tourist drag and on the gin trail! See the New Town through gin-tinted spectacles with gin cocktails, G and T marshmallows, chocolates and gin-cured salmon on this fab …
Weaving through courtyards, kirkyards and vennels, hear poems about Edinburgh past and present written by residents, tourists and those who visited only in imagination, including R…
These entertaining and informative guided walking tours tell the story of the musicians who have stayed, played and made music in Edinburgh.
Experience the iconic Trainspotting on location in Leith, including places featured in the book such as Central Station and Leith Dockers Club.
Escape the crowds and explore Leith with a local through its beer scene, past and present.
Experience the dark and hidden atmosphere of the Detective Inspector John Rebus books, which are written by bestselling crime writer Ian Rankin.
Who is the real Sherlock Holmes? Join us on this 90-minute magical mystery walking tour as we take a step back in time to Victorian Edinburgh and discover the hidden history and fo…
Take an easy walking tour to discover a little-known side of Edinburgh’s Old Town.
A small group walk in a lush valley with a focus on key Scottish architectural features.
Dive into the horrors of history in our immersive walking tour and show.
In the 18th century the Royal Mile had 117 brothels! This tour is led by a lady of the night (a guide, not a lady of negotiable virtues).
Welcome to a magic city tour by night with elements of sightseeing, performance and quests.
Have you met Clart and McBrain? Performed in and out of Edinburgh’s famous – and infamous – taverns and howfs, the tour takes the form of an impassioned debate between two fict…
Researched and designed by best-selling historical author and award-winning novelist JA Henderson, our walks combine the weirdest stories, wickedest humour and wildest history.
Join a local guide for a fun and informative introduction to Edinburgh’s Old Town.
Grab a wand and join your robed guide on the original tour in Edinburgh designed especially for Potter fans! You’ll discover the magical locations that inspired characters and sc…
A magic adventure in the city of streetlights with elements of sightseeing, theatre performance and quest.
A light-hearted unofficial free walking tour of the Fringe, meeting outside Burgers and Beer Grillhouse at 10:30 – ending in a 15-20 professional magic show in The Newsroom on Le…
Edinburgh is the greatest place a Harry Potter fan can visit if they’re looking to immerse themselves in an environment that feels authentically wizarding.
Experience the dark, hidden world of the best-selling Detective Rebus books.
Walk the historic and dramatic Royal Mile with poet Ken Cockburn.
Join an expert local guide for a historical walking tour around Edinburgh’s world-famous Old Town.
2017 is the 250th anniversary of the adoption of James Craig’s plan for a planned, elite suburb which would eventually separate Edinburgh into ‘Old’ and ‘New’ Towns.
Who is the Real Sherlock Holmes? Take a step back in time to Victorian Edinburgh, and join our very own Holmes on a magical walking tour to discover the hidden history and forgotte…
Take an easy walking tour to discover a little-known side of Edinburgh’s Old Town: behind the historic buildings find the surprising number of gardens and green nooks and crannies,…
A guided walking tour visiting the sites and haunts of Edinburgh’s literary legends: Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, Robert Louis Stevenson, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, JM Barrie, Al…
Follow in the footsteps of power on this walking tour of capitalism from British Empire to banking crisis, with jokes.
Join a small group tour of Edinburgh’s historic Old Town, followed by a tutored tasting of four Scotch whiskies.
Join a local guide for this fun and informative walk through 900 years of Edinburgh’s history.
Join the infamous Clart and McBrain in a brilliant and witty dramatic romp through the wynds, courtyards and pubs of Edinburgh.
Put on your headphones and set off on a journey through Brighton’s hidden corners accompanied by the fragments, stories and shifting sounds of six people who have experienced homel…
Guru Dudu returns with his hilarious dance-walking tours where everyone wears headphones (supplied) and can hear the fun commentary from Guru Dudu and the dance mix of uplifting fa…
It could not have been a better day to go on a stroll around Brighton.
Before World War One most immigrants to Brighton were French and German speakers from the Continent.
Geoffrey Mead will be conducting a special tour dating back over 90 years of cafe and family history.
Hove has been home to women whose ideas have shaken up our world - from some of Britain’s first women doctors to suffragettes, from social campaigners to boundary shifting entert…
Brighton’s most popular 90 minute traditional city walking tour.
Award-nominated sell-out hit HIP returns as an immersive journey through the streets of 1970s Brighton.
A fact-filled walk celebrating our unique city.
London Road is an area rapidly regenerating after years of inner city decline.
Close to the city centre lies the Victorian suburb of Clifton Hill and Montpelier; a quiet architecturally interesting community with its own geological, geographical and social hi…
Allan Foster, a writer whose name is practically synonymous with Edinburgh literary tourism, is our guide on the Book Lovers’ Tour, which specialises in introducing tourists to t…
See work in progress on a 16th century merchant’s house as the original fabric is revealed and conserved, discover its fascinating past, hear about its future as the Patrick Gedd…
Stone me! Luis Albornoz and Paul Everett of the British Geological Survey deliver a rewarding walking talk on Edinburgh’s geology, providing information on the bedrock of our bui…
You’d be forgiven for thinking this was a generic literary tour, because of the way it had been marketed in the Fringe programme.
Life-changing daily walking tours with Stompy (Half Naked Chef).
Take a better look at the streets of Edinburgh with this smartphone driven piece of interactive theatre.
Greenyonder’s most popular tour.
Democracy is a hot topic in Scotland.
Walk the historic and dramatic Royal Mile with poet Ken Cockburn, weaving through narrow closes, open squares and secret gardens to discover how this city has been inspiring writer…
Start your Fringe day with a laugh-and-learn walk through some of Edinburgh’s weirder backstory.
This free walking tour is geared for Potter fans young and old: Plenty of Harry Potter lore blended with some mild speculation, historical information and plenty of jokes.
Life behind the scenes at the world’s largest trade show for the arts.
Join a fun and informative small group tour through Edinburgh’s historic city centre, led by a knowledgeable and experienced local guide.
A terrifying journey into the lair of the world famous Mackenzie Poltergeist, the best documented supernatural case in history.
Join a fun and informative walking tour of Edinburgh’s Old Town, followed by a tutored tasting of four single malt Scotch whiskies.
Having lived at the top
end of Brighton’s London Road for the last six years, I’ve witnessed first-hand
the rapid and accelerating gentrification taking place in the area, di…
A phone rings.
Brighton & Hove is a city of contrasts.
Singing minstrels Guy Hayward and Will Parsons of the British Pilgrimage Trust, lead us in an evening about the re-introduction of pilgrimage to 21st century Britain.
An innovative digital oral history project from Little Green Pig and the heritage strand of the Brighton Homeless Trust .
Nando Messias was beaten up on the street in an act of homophobic hatred.
The Clifton Hill and Montpelier area is a charming, inner-city architectural gem that is the essence of Brighton style.
Wilful princesses, Music Hall stars, headstrong courtesans, acrobats, entrepreneurs - Brighton has always attracted women who dare to do things differently.
By popular demand! Hove has been home to women whose ideas have shaken up our world - from some of Britain’s first women doctors to suffragettes; campaigners to boundary-shifting e…
A walk celebrating all that’s unique, and a little bit weird, about Brighton.
“A fascinating stroll through the city’s association with the occult, packed with detail and entertainingly dodgy conjecture” **** (The Argus).
Locally sourced natural materials – a strategy for sustainable construction? Emily Tracey of the British Geological Survey provides a rewarding walking talk on the geology that p…
Uncover the secrets of the dead in this creepy night time tour of Greyfriars, Edinburgh’s most historic graveyard.
Going into this show, I had my reservations.
The Edinburgh Literary Pub Tour is exactly what it says on the tin: an exploration of the streets, the sights and, most importantly, the pubs that have all influenced the city’s ri…
The Potter Trail, beginning opposite the Greyfriars Bobby statue, is proud to say that it is perfectly magical, thank you very much.
Explore the labyrinth of secrets lurking behind the Edinburgh Playhouse foyer doors as the custodians (past and present) of this stunning theatre lead you through the history of a …
Come to Gayfield Creative Spaces on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and Sundays for a series of walks as we explore our own locality and the wonderful green spaces and creative ini…
Edinburgh is a city of stark contrasts.
Explore the dark, hidden side of best-selling author Ian Rankin’s Edinburgh.
There have been many books, films, documentaries, etc on Mary Stuart, giving us many perceptions of Mary, those involved with her, and incidents in her life.
Take part in the Festival’s longest running show at no charge at all.
On our tour we will reveal some of the secrets hidden within a city rich in culture and ancient history and blessed with beauty.
New in town? Start your day with a fun and informative walking tour, following a scenic route through Edinburgh’s city centre.
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