|6th September 2020|
|1pm - 4pm|
Holyrood Park Queen's Dr, Edinburgh East EH8 8HG
|Free but booking essential|
|Visit the event website here|
In light of updated Scottish Government advice regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), we have taken the decision to close public access to our staffed properties and offices until further notice. All planned public events will also be postponed until further notice – full details of these can be found on our Events page in the coming days: historicenvironment.scot/whats-on.
Queen Victoria and Prince Albert loved the Scottish Highlands and they wanted to turn Holyrood Park into a reflection of this, right in the middle of Edinburgh.
Their vision involved a great number of ambitious engineering projects and allowed local people to access the park.
This guided walk will visit many of the Victorian landscape improvement sites from lochs to roads in Holyrood park.
When booking your place, please include:
Your name and contact telephone number
Name and date of the event you'd like to attend
The number of spaces you'd like to reserve
The route is over 3 miles long and contains some slopes including one long, steeper section. Pavement surface is tarmac.
Image Credit: Historic Environment Scotland
While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for The Magnificent Victorian Improvement Project - POSTPONED are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment. All information (whether in text or photographs) is given in good faith but should not be relied upon as being a statement of representation or fact.
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