Visitor Attractions

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…
Scotland's largest medical museum with fascinating and sometimes macabre tales told through body parts and…
Historic Edinburgh City Council owned property in the Old Town which was built in 1633 for Sir Archibald…
Corstorphine Hill Tower, also known as Clermiston Tower or the Scott Tower, is a suitably dramatic memorial (…
The National Museum of Scotland re-opened on 29th July 2011, following a £47.4 million refurbishment of…
A vibrant multi-arts venue housed in an historic, former veterinary college building.
Palatial, stately home near South Queensferry overlooking the Firth of Forth (just West of the Forth Bridges…
Working passenger steam trainline, not far from Edinburgh.
Indoor, gothic theme park that stages a series of macabre episodes from Edinburgh's last 500 years in a low