Nature and Wildlife, Local Experience, Hiking and Walking, City
Kid Friendly: Yes.
Provided you can successfully enter a public bus and your wheelchair is equipped to navigate uneven ground, I would be delighted if you were to join this tour ! The paths within the cemetery are partly gravelled, otherwise just plain earth.
Maximum travelers: 10
English (fluent), French (conversational), German (fluent)
A hidden gem in Edinburgh
Join me, your local guide, in discovering this mid-19th century cemetery situated in Warriston, the Edinburgh district just north of the New Town.
Home to many thousands of graves, it was the first garden cemetery of Edinburgh and therefore known initially as "The Edinburgh Cemetery".
Sited in the Inverleith Conservation Area, it is also a designated Local Nature Conservation Site. The cemetery is protected as a Category A listed building.
It is the final resting place of many interesting Scottish characters, scientists, politicians, eminent medical men and we will explore this totally hidden, quirky gem in the capital together during a leisurely stroll.
Meet in the City Centre, then take the local bus to the cemetery where we stroll around and then head up the hill back into town.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: City Centre, in front of the National Gallery of Scotland or I can collect you at your hotel provided it is centrally located !
End location: Same as starting point
Duration: 2 hours 30 min.
We will travel by public bus and walking
Estimated Local Cash Needed
10 GBP - This is just for personal expenses, nothing else needed.