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Edinburgh's City Guide

Visitor Attractions

3D Loch Ness Experience

The legend of Loch Ness brings thousands of tourists to Scotland every year. Does Nessie really exist? Find out all about the mystery, the rumour and intrigue at the 3D Loch Ness Experience on the... Read More

Camera Obscura

Enjoy the fascinating Camera Obscura Show, fantastic views of Edinburgh, and three galleries packed full of an amazing range of optical experiences which have been amusing visitors of all ages and... Read More

Doors Open Day

Doors Open Days are a fantastic initiative which give you free access to hundreds of fascinating buildings across the whole of Scotland. It’s an annual event that runs every September and... Read More

Edinburgh Castle

The stalwart of the Edinburgh skyline, very few visitors come to the city and don’t visit the castle. An ancient stronghold it perches upon the cragged remains of what used to be a volcano... Read More

Edinburgh Pass

Want to have the Pass to Edinburgh?With free entry to over 30 top attractions, free return airport, free comprehensive guidebook as well as loads of special offers, the Edinburgh Pass is the best... Read More

Greyfriars Kirk

Greyfriars Kirk or more notably its Kirkyard is one of the most historically interesting and some say, spooky, sights in the whole of the city. The convent garden surrounding the Kirk was used as a... Read More

John Knox House

One of the most famous figures in Scottish history, the founder of Scottish Presbyterianism, John Knox is a figure to be reckoned with and a fascinating history to discover. John Knox House is the... Read More

Museum on the Mound

Opened in 2006 the Museum on the Mound is an interesting and alternative museum where you can find out all about the history of money. Of course that’s only one element of it as many other... Read More

National Museum of Flight

Scotland’s national aviation museum is just over 20 miles from Edinburgh, at the East Fortune Airfield in East Lothian. It’s one of the National Museums Scotland and the National Museum... Read More

Official Sightseeing tours

There are many individual companies offering sightseeing tours around Edinburgh and further afield across The Lothians and they fall into a few different categories.Edinburgh bus tours are a great... Read More

Palace of Holyroodhouse

Founded as a monastery in 1128, the Palace of Holyroodhouse in Edinburgh is The Queen's official residence in Scotland. Situated at the end of the Royal Mile, the Palace of Holyroodhouse is closely... Read More

Rabbie's Highland Tours

With over two decades experience in organising small group tours across Scotland, Ireland, England and Wales, Rabbie’s Highland Tours are one way to get a real feel for the sights and sounds... Read More

Rosslyn Chapel

Rosslyn Chapel, originally named the Collegiate Chapel of St. Matthew, is a 15th-century church in the village of Roslin, seven miles from Edinburgh in Scotland. The chapel is famous both for its... Read More

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Known locally as the 'Botanics' and established way back in 1670, Scotland's Premier Garden is one of the UK's favourite attractions welcoming over 660,000 visitors each year. Originally founded as... Read More

Royal Observatory

Part of the University of Edinburgh, the Royal Observatory sits at the top of Blackford Hill and is a little walk from the city centre. It is home to the Institute of Astronomy as well as the UK... Read More

Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre

Experience the expansive and fascinating nature of Scotch whisky, the nation’s favourite drink. The Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre and Experience offers the chance to take a look at the... Read More

Scottish Seabird Centre

Just 30 minutes from the centre of Edinburgh you’ll find a piece of nature which is certainly worth a morning or afternoon out. Take your chance to get back to nature just outside the city at... Read More

St Giles' Cathedral

One of the oldest churches in the city, St Giles’ Cathedral was founded in the 1120s and served as the church of John Knox during the Reformation. It is nicknamed the Cradle of... Read More

The Edinburgh Dungeon

The Edinburgh Dungeon is a popular, interactive attraction which is great fun and brings together history and entertainment. The Dungeons are a chance to enjoy a cast of theatrical actors, special... Read More

The Real Mary King's Close

Hidden deep beneath the City Chambers on Edinburgh’s famous Royal Mile you’ll find a warren of secrets, where real people used to live in the 17th to 19th centuries. This is Real Mary... Read More

The Royal Yacht Britannia

This magnificent ship has played host to some of the most famous people in the world. But, above all, she was home to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family. Now you are welcome on board to... Read More

The Scottish Parliament

Find out about the Scottish Parliament, see the parliament in action or take a guided tour. The home of the Scottish Parliament sits squarely in the heart of the city’s Old Town World... Read More

The Vaults

'The 18th Century Vaults, just back from the quayside in the old port, is the traditional, much-loved home of the Scotch Malt Whisky Society.'The Vaults are famed as the original home of the Scotch... Read More

The Water of Leith Walkway

The Water of Leith Walkway begins in Leith, and meanders through town via Stockbridge and Dean Village, finally ending at Balerno near the foot of the Pentland Hills. This wonderful 'green... Read More

Timberbush Tours

1 to 5 day tours for groups and independent travellers Read More