Queensferry is an old Royal Burgh town situated on the Southern shore of the Firth of Forth just 9 miles North West of Edinburgh. This picturesque town is nestled between Scotland's famous bridges The Forth Bridge, Scotland's national symbol of enterprise and imagination and the Forth Road Bridge which ironically was the fourth largest suspension bridge in the world. Queensferry has a lot more to offer than just its famous bridges, it is a hidden gem steeped in historic tales from major points in Scotland's colourful past. It has been a crossing point through out time for some of Scotland's most influential figures. With its 15th century Medieval Priory, 17th century dwellings, and 19th century Harbour you will be surprised what hidden tales await you.