Visitor Attractions

Kinneil House dates back to the 15th century and was once a popular home for the Dukes of Hamilton.
Central, historic kirk (church) building in the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town that has been renovated in…
Not so much a destination - unless you are meeting here for a walking tour - but the statue of the famous,…
An centuries-old, underground warren of tunnels and rooms hand-carved into the sandstone bedrock.
Arthur's Seat is the main peak in Holyrood Park, a large, public park at
Edinburgh University was founded in 1582 at the site occupied by Old College Quadrangle.
Whisky themed visitor centre, with a five-star rating from the Scottish Tourist Board, that offers a tour…
The Fringe Shop is located on the Royal Mile (aka the High Street), just down from St.
The 19th century Union Canal is not a park in the typical sense, but like the Water of Leith it provides a…
After being destroyed in a fire in 1973 and left to ruin, this private historic mansion is being bought by…
National archive located at the East of Princes Street, around the corner from Robert Adam's landmark 
Opening in 1788, General Register House continues to serve the same purpose it was built for as an archive of…