Walking Tours in the UK is a small, unique walking tour company built by locals. We're a small company with a big mission; we pride ourselves on giving you the chance to discover the UK's cities and towns through a local's eyes. Our tours are fun, relaxed and show off local hotspots, as well as being informative. Don't miss out on the best tour of your life! ;)
Liv and Jenny founded this company after seeing that Glasgow didn't have a walking tour in early 2017. In 2019, they decided to expand the tours to across Scotland so they could show off even more of beautiful Scotland. In 2022, we expanded into England. In each place, all of our guides are guides because they are passionate about the city and they want to share its beauty with you! We hope to see you on one of our tours soon.
Jenny & Liv
OUR TOUR GUIDES
My name is Caron, I am from Glasgow and I study Scottish Literature at the University of Glasgow. I have always been a passionate advocate of my city and I very much look forward to showing visitors the highlights of this wonderful place! Hope to see you soon and welcome to Glasgow, the best city in the world.
Hi, my name is Louise and a native of Glasgow. I am a mature History student with The Open University who loves telling stories about Glasgow and its people. It's a wonderful city to life in and I look forward to telling you all about the history of Glasgow and it's people on one of my tours.
Hi, I’m Christie. I’m originally a Falkirk Bairn and proud to be an honorary Glaswegian! As well as being a tour guide, I’m also an actor, singer and writer. I’m passionate about Glasgow, it’s personality and the people who make it, and I love showing people around my incredible city.
Hi, I'm Tour Guide Barbara and I look forward to showing you our fun loving, culture packed, electric city of Glasgow. I have worked in many of our attractions, studied history here, shopped (too much) here and will probably never be wearing sensible walking shoes on our tours, see you soon!
Hello! My name is Mary and I am a Philosophy student at the University of Glasgow. I have a particular interest in the work and impact of Scottish philosophers and writers. I was born in Glasgow and it has been home to my family for generations. I'm so excited to continue exploring and sharing the history and culture of such a vibrant and significant city!
Hello, my name is Simon and I have lived in the Highlands for over 20 years. I have a passion for Inverness with its rich, diverse culture and history through the ages. Currently studying with the University of the Highlands and Islands, I am very much looking forward to meeting you and introducing some of the cities best, most varied stories.
I was born in the Isle of Skye and moved to Inverness as a small child. I went to primary and secondary school here. Left at age 15 and have not long returned to live here, to find a very different town, or city rather as it now is. It is much bigger, livelier place than the little quiet market town I left several decades ago. I am really enjoying being back in Inverness and have a much greater appreciation of its beauty and its long and fascinating history. I love reconnecting with its Gaelic heritage, and am very involved in Gaelic initiatives, trying to keep the language alive and thriving for future generations. I like to keep fit and active, by walking and swimming. I like to sing Gaelic songs and now have a wee group to perform with, that is very exciting for me, I could not have imagined that I would be doing this at my age! So, yes it is very nice to be back in the capital of the Highlands!
Hi, I’m Diarmid. I am a Scottish History student at the University of the Highlands and Islands. I am from Inverness and incredibly passionate about the city. Looking forward to meeting you and sharing Inverness’ unique and exciting history as well as showcasing how vibrant a place my city is today.
Hi, I am James. What I love about St Andrews, is that I believe the town is akin to a unique whisky or swatch of Harris Tweed. It has within it innumerable strands, patterns, characters and evocative images. I look forward to sharing them with you, in order that St Andrews becomes much more than an Auld Grey Toun on one of our town tours.
Hello, I’m Emma! As a local to St Andrews and North East Fife I have grown up with the well-loved stories of this historic wee town. From its nooks and crannies to its world renowned history there are many things to discover about this coastal gem that I look forward to
sharing with you all!
Hi, my name is Verity, and I am a recent graduate of the University of St Andrews, where I’ve spent the last five years studying history. In that rather tumultuous saga, St Andrews has not only been the backdrop, but a character in its own right – and an interesting one at that. I can’t wait to share its mysteries, quirks, and secrets with you, and expose this town for the wonderfully weird place that it is!
Hello, I’m Anna! I’m going into my third year studying International Relations and Philosophy at the University of St Andrews. I’ve absolutely fallen in love with the town, its strange and colourful history, and its many quirky traditions, which I’d love to share with you!
Hello! My name is Georgia and I am a second-year student at the University of Stirling. I am currently studying English and Journalism and I hope to become an international school teacher one day. I was born in China, grew up in Thailand, but I am Scottish and South African. I love showing people around my new home and helping you learn about some of the incredible history of Stirling.
Hi, I’m Steven, however, please call me Mojo… I’ll explain on the tour. I feel very fortunate to be a native of Edinburgh. Its people and diversity create an enchanting
culture and history which I’d love to share with you. I’m also a football referee; one who very much prefers walking tour bookings, to yellow card “bookings”!!!
Hi, I’m Marion. I’ve lived in the beautiful community of South Queensferry for over 35 years. I am a semi retired teacher and love walking and telling stories about the unique environments of South Queensferry and Incholm Island. There is so much history and so many stories in this small place – I look forward to sharing it all with you.
Hey! My name is Eve. I've spent most of my life in Liverpool, and have spent many years looking at the history of the city.As a child I volunteered in the Albert Dock and for the last several years I have volunteered at Speke Hall. I am currently an undergraduate at the University of Kent studying Ancient, Medieval and Modern history, so during term time I live in the Medieval city of Canterbury but for the rest of the year I live in Liverpool near several places important to Beatles history. Looking forward to showing you round this fabulous city!
Hello, I'm Arthur and I'm studying for a masters in international development at the University of Birmingham, which is only a few hundred metres from where I was born and raised. I'm a huge fan of the city of Birmingham, and I can't wait to share the story of this incredible city with you!
Hi, I’m Annabella, nice to meet you I’m currently studying Dance at Leeds Beckett so I love keeping active as well as being outdoors. Although I’ve lived in Leeds for 2 years, I spent lockdown exploring the city, finding the beautiful attractions as well as the many great places to eat. I want to share my love for Leeds whilst sharing facts as well as my own stories. Hope to see you soon!
Hi! I'm Rachel and I study history and history of art at the Glasgow University. I've lived in Glasgow my whole life, so I feel very lucky to show visitors around our beautiful city. I love Glasgow's incredibly rich culture and history and I hope you all do too! I sometimes bring my dog, Martha, on tours too so hopefully you get to meet her.
Hello! My name is Katrina and I am a retired teacher. I love living in Glasgow as it is such a vibrant city with a rich historical past and so much to offer in terms of art, music and sport. I am looking forward to showing you the sights of my city and highlighting the fact that "People Make Glasgow".
Hello! My name is Eleanor and I am originally from Dumfries and Galloway. I moved up to Glasgow four years ago to study History and have absolutely fallen in love with the captivating beauty of the city. I can't wait to show you around!
My name is Tommy and I’m a support worker, massage therapist and volunteer for the Charles Rennie Mackintosh Society. I am Mackintosh daft - proof in the many themed tattoos I have, but I also love my city and enjoy nothing more than sharing my stories and wee facts.
My name is Euan and I'm a Glaswegian by choice, and looking forward to showing you around. I am studying for a Master's degree in Global History and believe passionately in the importance and power of telling stories. When you're in Glasgow, know that you might get a wee bit wet, but you'll love every minute of it.
Hello! I was born and raised in a town that 1984 author George Orwell described as the most godforsaken place he ever struck. Now having lived in Inverness since 2015, I enjoy telling some of the lesser known stories behind the landmarks here. Hopefully you'll enjoy hearing them!
I’m a Highland Business Owner born just outside London, so there’s no Scottish accent to contend with!! I first visited Inverness in 2000 to visit my true Scotsman boyfriend that I had fallen head over heels in love with. I moved here in 2001. So I know what it’s like to be a tourist, what to see, where to go but now I see it from a local point of view too.
Alis’ roots are firmly in the Highlands, with her grandparents’ generation coming from the Isle of Skye and from Kiltarlity near Inverness. She returned to the area with her young family 6 years ago. She works as a storyteller and is setting up a bardic centre called ‘Seanchas’ on homeground near Kiltarlity, to keep alive the old stories and songs of our culture. She is currently taking a degree in Gaelic Studies, Culture & Heritage at UHI (University of the Highlands and Islands).
Hello! I’m Charlie! I’m a student at the University of St. Andrews and am currently trying to muddle my way to getting a philosophy degree. St. Andrews is a very special little place and it would be my pleasure to take you through all of its quirks, traditions and oddly illustrious history! I can't wait to see you on a tour of the wonderful St Andrews soon.
Hi, I’m Cordelia. I grew up in St. Andrews and have lived nearby ever since. I’ll leave you to guess how long that might be, although there might be some clues along the way. There is a tale to tell no matter where you wander through the town. I look forward to taking you along the streets to share a little more about St Andrews.
Hi, I'm Iain! I'm a first year, soon to be second year, Philosophy student at the University of St Andrews. I've been coming up to St Andrews since I was born, so I'll be more than happy to show you around the town I love! See you on a tour soon.
Hello, I'm Jane. My interest in history was nurtured in my very early years. Working in and around Stirling for many years, I became immersed in its dramatic history. I encountered villains, heroes and heroines - ordinary people as well as stars of Hollywood Blockbusters. All this is played out in the very compact space of Stirling Old Town. I can't wait to show you the city I love.
Hello! My name is Beth and I am currently in my third year of an English and Linguistics degree at the University of Stirling. Originally from a rainy valley in Lancashire, I absolutely adore Stirling and fell in love with the surrounding countryside when I came here to study; I look forward to sharing my passion with my tour groups! Stirling has a rich past and has been the backdrop for many dramatic moments in Scottish, British, even European history, from the Ice Age right through to the present day. Come and discover Stirling’s past!
Hello! My name is Heidi and I am fun loving, travel enthusiast and artist from the North East. I moved to Edinburgh in 2018 and love exploring this beautiful area. I am especially passionate about our wonderful coastline and the forth bridges and am excited to share my passion with you all.
Hi I'm Helen. I live on the Wirral which is over the water from Liverpool. I love history, drama, telling random facts and of course the city. I'm a proud Everton supporter and my favourite Beatles song is Love Me Do. I look forward to meeting you.
Hello my name is Saffron! I'm one of the tour guides for Liverpool! I’ve lived here all my life and know a lot about different parts of the city. Though Liverpool is famous for many things there’s a lot that people don’t know! So whether it’s from my own knowledge or stories I’ve heard, I love showing people around and talking about the city!
Hello. I'm Pete and was born and bred in Birmingham. Now that I've retired from teaching, I'm able to spend more time telling people about the place of my birth; the city of a thousand trades, with more canals than Venice and more parkland than Paris. Amongst many things on the tour, I'll be telling you about the buildings who have given the city its shape as well as the men and women who have shaped the city.