Discover a fascinating area of Edinburgh with an action-packed bus tour to South Queensferry followed by a leisurely cruise on the Firth of Forth.
Join the Three Bridges Bus Tour from the heart of Edinburgh to Queensferry, through the Georgian New Town and over the Dean Bridge, enjoying lively commentary on the way.
See the majestic Forth Rail Bridge, Forth Road Bridge, and Queensferry Crossing on a boat cruise on the Firth of Forth. Admire panoramic views of the Three Bridges, see attractions like the Blackness Castle (as featured in Outlander and Outlaw King) and pass Limekilns village. Keep your eyes open for all kinds of marine life, including seals and puffins.
Queensferry with its charming harbor and impressive coastal views boasts a range of local eateries and gift shops – check the return times with your driver.
The Three Bridges Bus and Boat Tour is a perfect sightseeing experience for both adults and children!
The map is available in the USEFUL DOWNLOADS section.
Voucher information: You can show your voucher on your smartphone (But if you’d rather print a copy – that’s fine too!)
The boat is operated in partnership with Forth Boat Tours.
The bus tour is wheelchair accessible. For the boat tour, get in touch with the local operator in advance for more information on wheelchair accessibility.
Our tours all start at the north side of St Andrew Square, just off Princes Street. You can join a tour at any stop, and hop on and off for the duration of your ticket.
Timings and stops are subject to change. The updated map will be available once you board the bus.
Edinburgh is a functioning city and weather, traffic and events may occasionally cause disruption.
Good service. Gentle staff
Well worth the money. The boat ride was lots of fun and Elvis was so knowledgeable and friendly . It was great to see the puffins
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