Big Hearts' behind the scenes stadium tour of Tynecastle has been awarded a 'very good' three stars by Visit Scotland's world-leading Quality Assurance Scheme.
The tour gives die-hard Jambos and football fans in general the chance to see everything from the dressing rooms to the dugouts. The personal show around also gives participants the chance to see a range of memorabilia including some of Hearts legend John Robertson's strips, footballs dating back over a hundred years and various items accumulated from the club's many adventures in European competitions.
Fans also get the chance to learn about some of Hearts' most famous players including the terrible trio of Conn, Wardhaugh and Bauld as well as Scotland great Dave MacKay.
The highlight of the tour is, as you'd expect, the walk down the famous Tynecastle tunnel - where some of the country's greatest players have run out to cheers from thousands of adoring fans.
Big Hearts' Alan White said about the achievement: "This is a great accolade for the hard work we have put into making the tour a truly memorable experience for all. It is important to have this recognition from the national tourism organisation and we are delighted to our VisitScotland plaque to our trophy collection."
Visit Scotland's Regional Director for Edinburgh and the Lothians, Manuela Calchini said: "I would like to congratulate Big Hearts Community Trust on this achievement. Having this official grading means visitors know exactly what they are going to get, a fascinating look behind the scenes at this famous football club."
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