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posted: October 31, 2016

Tour Reflections By A Student.

Books are sources of massive amounts of information, based upon the experiences and research of others. This is a good thing. It means that we in the modern age have the diverse perspectives of other people to inform our historical knowledge. As a college student devoted to the study of history, I have always felt […]

posted: October 11, 2016
posted: November 3, 2015

Sunrise Christian School Reformation Tour of Edinburgh

On Monday 26th October several children from Sunrise Christian School joined us for a Reformation tour around Edinburgh, the children’s ages ranged from 4-10 years old and it was part of their annual Reformation Week. We began with a visit to John Knox’s house where they learned all about Scotland’s great Reformer. Afterwards we went […]

Is a custom tour very expensive?

We provide a variety of tour options so that you can choose a tour to suit your budget. Here are a few options to consider: Day tours Open tours Build your own tour Group and school tours If you are at all in doubt, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We love to be of […]

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posted: August 22, 2015

How much does a tour cost?

We’re absolutely happy to price a tour for you, but it’s difficult to simply give you a ‘standard price’ because all of our tours are fully customisable.  That’s the beauty of using Scottish Reformation Tours – no two tours are alike. There are a few things we need to know first so that we give […]

Medved Reformation Tour Scotland 2013
posted: June 11, 2015
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posted: June 11, 2015

The beauty is greater even than the land of Scotland itself

Scottish Reformation Tours arranged a pleasant introduction to Scotland for us through a series of emails, helpfully sorting itinerary details, including warm and comfortable bed and breakfast accommodations in Edinburgh. During the tour, Helen Fisher did a fine job piloting us, and her husband, Jimmy, edifying us with a running narrative of Covenanter history. We enjoyed […]

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posted: June 11, 2015

The tour was the highlight of our visit to Scotland

Please accept our thanks once more for the great Reformation Tours you provided, both in St Andrews as well as in Edinburgh. It was definitely the highlight of our two week visit to Scotland, and I can highly recommend it to anyone visiting your beautiful country and who has any interest in the Reformation history […]

Sauereisen reformation tour scotland 2013
posted: June 11, 2015

Scotland has an influence on the rest of the world

“It is inspiring that in God’s providence, as the Scottish would say, a wee country like Scotland would have such a far reaching influence on the rest of the world. Aye, Reformation Tours helped me see how the Covenanters and blood of the martyrs became the seeds of the church.” – James Sauereisen, Pennsylvania (Tour date: June […]

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posted: June 11, 2015
Roger Clifford Reformation Tour words
posted: June 10, 2015

Beauty, climbing, inspiration, and ever-changing light

After a long flight from Alaska it was truly wonderful to be picked up at the airport by Jimmy & Helen and taken to a comfortable B&B in Lanark. This was my first time in Scotland, so I had a customized trip planned out by Scottish Reformation Tours. We basically made a big loop around […]

posted: June 6, 2015

Church Reformation Tour to St Andrews

Our church had a Reformation Tour of St Andrews today. Here’s what those joining us got to see: The Rev Richard Cameron’s house where he was brought up Various martyr sights in St. Andrews Kirk O Shotts, scene of the great revival in 1630; Richard Cameron’s house in Falkland; The martyr graves at Magus Muir […]