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The Three Bridges & Inchcolm Island Cruise from South Queensferry

  • Duration: 1h 30mins
  • Live guide in English
  • Start time: 11:00
  • Firth of Forth trip on a boat with observation lounge or outside decks
  • Guided commentary on board (English only)
  • Unrivaled views of the Three Bridges, the Edinburgh skyline, and the islands of Inchgarvie, Inchkeith, and Inchmickery
  • Possibility to see a wide variety of marine wildlife
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Agnes,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
12 Apr 2023
Great value trip, staff were very friendly & very informative
The Three Bridges & Inchcolm Island Cruise from South Queensferry
Jane,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
28 Aug 2022
Staff and trip were amazing
The Three Bridges & Inchcolm Island Cruise from South Queensferry
Govindji ,  United Kingdom United Kingdom
06 Sep 2021
Very pleased with ferryi and seen inchcolm island you are highly recommended in Scotland
The Three Bridges & Inchcolm Island Cruise from South Queensferry

About: Inchcolm Island

Inchcolm Island is an island in the Firth of Forth in Scotland covering an area of nine hectares. A defensive outpost for the nearby city of Edinburgh, the island was the scene of multiple English raids and invasions during the Wars of Scottish Independence. It is now a popular tourist destination where visitors can discover the embattled past of Scotland.

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Inchcolm Island Pier, EH30 9TB, Queensferry
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