Visitor Attractions

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…
This is where the City of Edinburgh Council conducts much of its business. In particular, members of the…
The Scott monument is a brooding, 200-foot (61m), Gothic spire which opened in 1846 in honour of the prolific…
The Edinburgh Farmer's market at Castle Terrace takes place every Saturday from 9am-2pm, year round.
With its expansive, white marquee design, Dynamic Earth is a rather large, incongruous-looking structure at…
A mere stone throw from Edinburgh Castle esplanade, Camera Obscura packs in all manner of Victorian era…
This 15th century house was home to James Mosman, goldsmith to Mary Queen of Scots, and was the final…
The Palace of Holyroodhouse, the official residence in Scotland of the Queen, stands at the end of Edinburgh'…
"The Scottish parliament, adjourned on the 25th day of March, 1707, is hereby reconvened."
The Queen was seen to publicly shed a tear, not a common event, when the Royal Yacht was put to pasture at…
Veteran Fringe-goers may remember the former catholic Mansfield church building at the foot of Broughton…