The tour will be approximately 3 hours long
We are running tours on Saturdays and Sundays between 1pm and 4pm
We will run the tours with a minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 8
The tour fee is £59 per person. This includes all food and drinks on the tour
All tours have to be pre booked at least 24 hours in advance so we know you are coming and to give us time to let each venue know how many to expect. Just hit the "Book Here" button on this site and you will be directed to our third party booking provider FareHarbor where you can select your party number and dates. There is a booking fee for each ticket purchased which, in the event of any refunds, is non-refundable. All tickets and gift vouchers must be paid in advance online as we can't take cash payments on the day.
Please wear suitable clothing, comfortable shoes and perhaps bring a waterproof jacket or umbrella - at any time of year - after all this is Scotland! The walking part of the tour will be around 45 mins to an hour in total and will mainly be on flat pavements but there will be some cobblestones too. Bring a bottle of water which is handy on warmer days. Otherwise just bring yourselves prepared to have some fun!
We don't really recommend our tours for young children. It's a bit of a grown up affair: eating smoked fish soup, haggis and listening to some facts about Perth. Our distillery and brewery stops are also not really suitable for little ones. However, if you have over 12's that may be keen to experience the tour then just let us know. Soft drink alternatives will be available for them at all venues but the per person price remains the same.
Sorry but no. Most of the venues we visit don't allow dogs
We will do our very best to accommodate all dietary needs. This is of course dependent on what each venue has to offer. Please just send us an email or fill in the contact form and let us know of any dietary requirements when you book. If you don't let us know in advance we can't promise we can accommodate your needs on the day.
Yes all venues have wheelchair access.
Perth is an old city so while we are out walking on the tour some of the streets may have cobblestones
Yes, all venues apart from the outside stops of Murrays and Baynes Bakers have toilets including ones with disabled access
Yes, rain, wind or a bit of snow won't stop us giving you a great experience so unless the weather is particularly extreme or deemed to be dangerous to be out in we will always run the tours