things to do
It would be impossible for us to list all the tourist attractions available in Scotland on one page, so we have broken them down by area. Please click on the area you are interested in below. We hope you enjoy your visit to Scotland.
Our Dynamic Earth is a significant science center and conference venue located in Holyrood, Edinburgh, adjacent to the offices of the Scottish Parliament. The center was opened in 1999 as one of the first and most significant projects supported by the UK Millennium Commission. The project was the centerpiece of an urban regeneration plan that served to bring vitality to former industrial land.
The Boness and Kinneil Railway has been developed since 1979 located on the south shore of the Firth of Forth, Scotland's largest railway museum having over 60,000 visitors from abroad.
Edinburgh Zoo is a Scottish non-profit zoological park located in the capital city of Edinburgh. Founded on July 22, 1913 by William Speirs Bruce, among others, it is located on Corstorphine Hill, from where it offers a breathtaking view of the city. It is owned by the Royal Zoological Society of Scotland.
Cairnpapple was used from about 3,000 BC to 1400 BC firstly as a ceremonial site then several centuries later as a burial site.
These three iconic bridges span over the Firth of Forth, a true towering masterpiece of engineering over three centuries.
Bass Rock or the Bass is an uninhabited island in Scotland, located in the Firth of Forth estuary in the North Sea, about a mile and a half north-east of North Berwick. The island contains a lighthouse and the ruins of a castle and chapel and is an important nesting site for thousands of seabirds.