The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

DAY TOUR

Trip Info


Adult
from$319
Concession
from$314

A stunning day tour of the Highlands, a land of forests, mountains, rivers and glens. Visit a local whisky distillery and sample a warming dram of single malt whisky. The day concludes with our return to Edinburgh in time for an evening at the world-famous Edinburgh Military Tattoo.

Highlights

  • The World Famous Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo
  • Sample Whisky at Scotland's Oldest Working Distillery
  • Dunkeld Cathedral
  • Scenic Hermitage Forest Walk
  • The Kelpies

Inclusions

  • The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo ticket (show time is 9:30pm)
  • Passionate Local Guide
  • Whisky Distillery Tour 
  • Dunkeld Cathedral
  • Hermitage Forest Walk
  • Foreign Language Audio Guide

 

 

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"Our tour guide Duncan was very knowledgeable and friendly. Our day was amazing…everything went very smoothly and we had a most enjoyable day. The Edinburgh Tattoo was breathtaking and it was also lovely to catch up and have a chat with people whom we had met during the day trip."

Neirdah, August 2019

Tour Video


Itinerary


We leave Edinburgh behind and make our first stop at the majestic equine sculptures, the Kelpies. Then it's into the Highlands through the scenic beauty, once home to the infamous cattle thief and rogue, Rob Roy MacGregor. We visit a local whisky distillery where you will learn how the 'water of life' is made and sample a wee dram. We then explore the peaceful Hermitage and take a short woodland walk to see the Black Linn Falls on the River Braan.

We take in Dunkeld with its spectacular cathedral on the banks of the River Tay before returning south past the inspiring Forth Bridges. Back in Edinburgh, you will have time to relax and explore the city before making your own way to the evening performance of the Military Tattoo at Edinburgh Castle.

(Routes are subject to change)

 

GLENTURRET WHISKY DISTILLERY
The guided tour gives you an insight into how 'uisge beatha' (the 'water of life') is made and takes you on a journey to discover the history behind one of Scotland's most iconic exports.

Tour Map

Select a date to book!


Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
Sun

Available
Full

Limited Seats

Departure


Departure point

 

60 High Street (The Royal Mile)

Edinburgh

EH1 1TB

Scotland

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Departure Time

Check-in closes at 8.00am for tour departure at 8.15am. 

We are unable to hold the bus or refund for any late arrivals. Please refer to your e-ticket for full departure details.

Return Time

Tour returns at 5.30 pm.