Elgin Walking Tour

Elgin Walking Tour

Airts & Pairts - Tours & Experiences in the Scottish Highlands

Available to 31 March 2024

Elgin, the former cathedral city, is home to some very fine buildings that have played their part in history.

Elgin Cathedral, now a picturesque ruin, was once known as "The Lantern of the North" and was said to be Scotland's most beautiful cathedral.

The bishops of Moray had a big influence on the area, some of their decisions had a rather unpleasant impact on the town though.

On this private walking tour, we take you onto a journey back into the time of monks and bishops when the Wolf of Badenoch paid the town his infamous "visit" and onwards through the centuries into the times of a drouthy cobbler and the industrialisation, when Johnstons of Elgin started their woollen mill on the banks of the River Lossie.

Highlights - Thunderton House - St Giles - Elgin's Closes & Ports - Elgin's Market Crosses - Elgin Cathedral - Johnstons of Elgin - and a few hidden gems & happy places

Included - Private Bubble Tour for up to 6 people - Professional Guide

Not Included - Meals

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