ScotlandTourist Attractions


boness steam train

Take a steam train trip to view the caverns of Birkhill Mine.

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Dalkeith Country Park

Simply the best children's ropeways and slides around Edinburgh area. Lots else to see.

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Rosslyn Chapel

Rosslyn Chapel is not only set in a lovely location but is enormously impressive and much visited since the publication of the Da Vinci Code

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Linlithgow Canal Centre

Boat Trips leave from the Canal Centre to the Avon aqueduct and on to the Falkirk Wheel

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Linlithgow Palace

The magnificent ruins of Linlithgow Palace are a greatly recommended visitor attraction and was home to the Scottish Court in Stewart times.

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Eden Court Theatre

The Eden Court theatre is the largest arts centre in Scotland and is located in Inverness

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Inverness Museum & Art Gallery

Inverness Museum & Art Gallery includes Scottish geology and Jacobite memorabilia, Inverness silverware and authentic Highland weapons and bagpipes

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Inverness Cathedral

Inverness St Andrew's Cathedral was first new cathedral in Britain to be completed after the Reformation in 1869

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Caledonian Canal - Muirtown basin

The North East end of the Caledonian Canal in Inverness

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Inverness Castle

Inverness Castle is a dramatic 19th century neo-Norman castle overlooking the Caledonian Canal, built to house the County Hall

Photo - Inverness Castle

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