Get on board this tour to discover the history of aviation in Scotland, along with a cracking cycle through the rolling countryside and farmland of East Lothian.
The Museum of Flight is actually East Lothian’s most visited tourist attraction, and one of our most impressive. Here, you can walk amongst 50+ aircraft, dating from the First World War right through to the present day. Highlights include interactive exhibits, Scotland’s Concorde, the military hangar and the massive Vulcan Bomber.
The tour starts in the seaside town of North Berwick, and makes it’s way to the museum along quiet country roads. We stop here for lunch and allow time to explore, before getting back on the bikes. Our homeward journey takes in a quick visit to the village of Athelstaneford and the Saltire Heritage Centre – the birthplace of Scotland’s national flag.
Included in price of the tour:
- A friendly, fun and experienced guide
- Bike and helmet hire
- Entrance fee for the museum
- Return train ticket from Edinburgh to tour start point
- A refreshment at our lunch stop (1 free drink per person – lunch not included)
- Emergency vehicle backup
- All tours meet outside Princes Street Tourist Information Centre in Edinburgh at 9.15am on the date specified (the train leaves at 9.40am so please be prompt)
- Bring a waterproof jacket (Scottish weather changes very quickly) and a small bottle of water
- Wear suitable clothing for riding a bike (no long dresses etc)
- All tours include approximately 20 miles of riding on undulating terrain over the course of the day (suitable for most people of moderate fitness)
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