ScotlandTourist Attractions


Cairnpapple Hill

Cairnpapple was used from about 3,000 BC to 1400 BC firstly as a ceremonial site then several centuries later as a burial site.

Photo - Cairnpapple Hill


The Fringe

The Fringe features "Off-broadway", semi-professional and totally un-professional acts across Edinburgh throughout August

Photo - The Fringe


The Museum of Edinburgh

The Museum of Edinburgh is home to important collections relating to the history of Edinburgh, from prehistoric times to the present day

Photo - The Museum of Edinburgh


Brass Rubbing Centre

Brass Rubbing Centre has a collection of replicas moulded from ancient Pictish stones, rare Scottish brasses and medieval church brasses.

Photo - Brass Rubbing Centre


The People's Story

The People's Story uses oral history, reminiscence, and written sources to tell the story of the lives of the ordinary people of Edinburgh.

Photo - The People's Story


Arduaine Garden

Arduaine Garden is a wonderful coastal garden in Argyll

Photo - Arduaine Garden


Aberdour Castle and Garden

Aberdour castle is a fortified residence dating from the 15th century

Photo - Aberdour Castle and Garden


Fort George

Fort George, is the mightiest artillery fortification in Britain, if not Europe

Photo - Fort George


Duart Castle

Duart Castle is the spectacular castle built on the headland as you approach Mull on the Oban ferry

Photo - Duart Castle


Edinburgh Zoo

Edinburgh Zoo is an excellent and large zoo situated in Corstorphine on the A8 the main road west to the airport

Photo - Edinburgh Zoo

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