Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre

A Tourist Attractions in Edinburgh City Centre

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A total lesson in the history and making of the national drink. Watch a short film on the making of whisky, visit the distillery and learn the subtleties of the process, meet the ghost of a master blender who passes on some trade secrets and go on a barrel ride through the 300-year history of the "water of life". Samples are also given out, with juice for the kids. Afterwards, you can grab lunch or dinner in "Amber", the award winning restaurant & bar. 10:00 - 18:30. Last tour 17:30. Closed Christmas Day Restaurant, whisky bar, shop, full disabled access

Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre

354 Castlehill
Edinburgh
EH1 2NE
T 0131 220 0441
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