ScotlandTourist Attractions

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Balmoral Castle

Balmoral Castle is the Scottish Home of the British Royal Family

Photo - Balmoral Castle

B

Huntly Castle

Remarkable for its splendid architecture, Huntly Castle served as a baronial residence for five centuries

Photo - Huntly Castle

C

Dallas Dhu Historic Distillery

Dallas Dhu Historic Distillery was built to produce malt whisky for Glasgow firms

Photo - Dallas Dhu Historic Distillery

D

Sands of Forvie

The Sands of Forvie is a huge area of sand dunes and coastal heath for birdwatching and rare flora

Photo - Sands of Forvie

E

Buchanan Bus Station

Buchanan bus station has become Scotland\'s biggest bus station and one of the busiest in the UK

Photo - Buchanan Bus Station

F

Water of Leith Visitor Centre

The Water of Leith visitors centre features an interactive exhibition on the river\'s heritage and wildlife.

Photo - Water of Leith Visitor Centre

G

Surgeons Hall Museum

Surgeon\'s Hall contains a number of permenant exhibitions relating to all matters medical.

Photo - Surgeons Hall Museum

H

Royal Observatory

The Royal Observatory is no longer used for much in the way of Astrological observation but it does contain a large library and teaching establishment and interesting old telescope

Photo - Royal Observatory

I

Dalmeny House

Dalmeny House is a Tudor-Gothic style grand house overlooking the Firth of Forth, just west of Edinburgh

Photo - Dalmeny House

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Hopetoun House

Hopetoun House is a magnificent stately home overlooking the River Forth

Photo - Hopetoun House


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