ScotlandTourist Attractions


Brass Rubbing Centre

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

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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.

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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.

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Holyrood Abbey and Abbey Strand

Holyrood Abbey and Abbey Strand is the ruined nave of the 12th and 13th century abbey church, in the grounds of the Palace of Holyroodhouse.

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The Fringe

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

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Scottish Parliament

The Scottish Parliament is an interesting building whatever one's views about its cultural and political significance. Entry is free when not in session.

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Scott monument

The Scott Monument overlooking Princes Street Gardens is a gothic spire with internal steps to a great view that celebrates the life of Sir Walter Scott.

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lyceum theatre

The Royal Lyceum theatre is located behind the Usher hall on Lothian Road and produces high quality drama productions.

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edinburgh playhouse

Edinburgh's main theatre for touring musicals and popular concerts. A big theatre that needs to be full

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Kings Theatre

The Kings is a popular theatre staging pantomime and a wide variety of other shows.

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