ScotlandTourist Attractions

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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

B

Cousland Smiddy

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

Photo - Cousland Smiddy

C

Craigmillar Castle

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

Photo - Craigmillar Castle

D

Cramond Heritage exhibition

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

Photo - Cramond Heritage exhibition

E

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

F

Edinburgh Book Festival

Edinburgh Book Festival is held every year in venues around Edinburgh. This year from 15 August to 31 August 2009.

Photo - Edinburgh Book Festival

G

Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival

Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival dates usually start at the end of July / begiining of August for about a week

Photo - Edinburgh Jazz and Blues Festival

H

Edinburgh Military Tattoo

Edinburgh Military Tattoo is staged at Edinburgh castle each year. Usually starts around the second week of August for three weeks

Photo - Edinburgh Military Tattoo

I

Forth Bridges

The iconic bridges that are well worth a day-trip visit

Photo - Forth Bridges

J

Gilmerton Cove

Discover the mysterious underground passageways and chambers of Old Gilmerton Cove.

Photo - Gilmerton Cove


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