ScotlandTourist Attractions


Aberlady Bay Nature Reserve

Aberlady Bay Nature reserve in East Lothian has lovely walks with special flora, fauna and birdlife

Photo - Aberlady Bay Nature Reserve


Arniston House

Arniston House has been the home of the Dundas family for over four hundred years. Guided tours only in the house.

Photo - Arniston House


Auld Reekie Tours

Auld Reekie Tours explore the underground and dark streets of the Old Town. Tours depart the Tron Kirk.

Photo - Auld Reekie Tours


Bass Rock Boat Trips

Boat trips that circle the Bass Rock with commentary from its experienced captains.

Photo - Bass Rock Boat Trips


Canongate Kirk Church

Canongate Kirk Church is the Church at the bottom of the Royal Mile that serves the Palace of Holyrood

Photo - Canongate Kirk Church


Castlelaw Hill Fort

Castlelaw Hill Fort is an Iron Age hill fort with an earth house two miles outside of the Edinburgh ring road

Photo - Castlelaw Hill Fort


Cousland Smiddy

Cousland Smiddy is a restored Blacksmith's cottage and smiddy from 18th Century

Photo - Cousland Smiddy


Craigmillar Castle

Craigmillar Castle is a well preserved castle inhabited by Mary Queen of Scots

Photo - Craigmillar Castle


Cramond Heritage exhibition

Cramond Heritage exhibition is an education centre, home to an extensive archive about Cramond

Photo - Cramond Heritage exhibition


Dr Neil's Garden

Dr Neil's Garden lies next to Duddingston church, where the lower slopes of Arthur's Seat meet Duddingston Loch

Photo - Dr Neil's Garden

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