Visitor Attractions

East Fortune airfield saw action in two world wars. It now brings the story of aviation from the First World…
The Museum of Edinburgh is a series of interconnected 16th and 17th century buildings situated on the Royal
Arniston House has been home to the Dundas family since 1571. The estate originally belonged to the Knight's…
The Castle Gardens are on a steep hill directly under Edinburgh Castle to the South of the West Princes…
The ruins of Linlithgow Palace are set in a parkland beside a loch in the town of Linlithgow, a quarter of an…
As the name suggests, this New Town building, run by the National Trust of Scotland as a public museum, has…
Bute House has been the official residence of the First Minister of Scotland since 1999. Located at No.6…
The Nelson Monument is a tower on the top of Calton Hill used by 19th century mariners to set their time-…
Mary King's Close is a narrow and eerily well-preserved, Old Town close that was sealed off and built over,…
The Edinburgh area used to be dotted with coal mines. Many of these were shut down in the era of Margaret…
The Royal Bank of Scotland has gone from darling of the stock market to corporate basket case in a matter of…
Lauriston Castle is set in 30 acres of parkland and formal gardens with spectacular views overlooking the…