Elgin Walking Tour
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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