Visitor Attractions

The City Observatory on Calton Hill was the main centre for astronomers until 1896 when it was decided to…
The main astronomy observatory, in the South of Edinburgh, distinguished by its distinctive copper domes atop…
An impressive 18th century building atop Calton Hill, designed and once inhabited by New Town architect James…
Situated in the heart of the Old Town this is the famous large open, cobbled square on the Royal Mile.
At its height, in the 19th century, Edinburgh's brewing industry comprised of some 40 or so breweries.
Inchcolm Island is a tiny island in the Firth of Forth, between Edinburgh and Fife to the North. It is best…
A six story tenement building on the High Street, which has been purchased and renovated by the National…
The second National Galleries of Scotland Modern Art building is in leafy grounds across from Modern One and…
Get your tickets for the Edinburgh Military Tattoo here in person or online.
Scotland's answer to Kew gardens, Edinburgh's botanical gardens are a great place to learn about trees, ferns…
The few visitors that jump the shut iron gate into St. Bernard's Well are usually imbibing something stronger…
More than a monument, this is a mini, neo-classical temple to Scotland's national bard.