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Places to Visit in Edinburgh

Prior to your departure and especially if you have travelled some distance why not stop overnight in an hotel and take in the many attractions which Edinburgh has to offer. Edinburgh since 1999 has been home to the newly established Scottish Parliament which has given a major boost to Scotland's capital city. The famous Edinburgh Tattoo in the grounds of Edinburgh Castle takes place for or 3 weeks in August along with the fringe programme for arts and culture.

The Edinburgh Tattoo

The Edinburgh Tattoo is the most spectacular show in the world, enjoyed by an international television audience of 100 million. But there's no substitute for being there, as part of the 217,000-strong audience over its three-week season on the Esplanade at Edinburgh Castle who don't simply watch the show but become a part of it.

Edinburgh Festival

The Edinburgh International Festival was founded in 1947. It is now recognised as one of the most important celebrations of the arts in the world. Takes place mid August to early September with 1000's of different performances

The founders of the Festival believed that the Festival programmes should be of the highest possible artistic standard presented by the best artists in the world, that the Festival should enliven and enrich the cultural life of Europe, Britain and Scotland and that it should provide a period of flowering of the human spirit.

 


    

The Tattoo Office, 32 Market Street, Edinburgh, Scotland EH1 1QB Telephone: +44(0)8707

Edinburgh Zoo - Home to over a 1000 birds and animals.

Belhaven Brewery Company Ltd Dunbar - Belhaven claims to being the oldest independent brewery in Scotland.

Clan Tartan Centre - Leith Mills Edinburgh

Royal Yacht Britannia - Queen's former yacht

The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Regimental Museum Edinburgh

Museum of Scotland Edinburgh - The Museum of Scotland is a striking new landmark in Edinburgh's historic Old Town.

Edinburgh Butterfly And Insect World - Free flying exotic butterflies in an indoor tropical rainforest. Bugs and reptiles are also on show.

Surgeons' Hall Museum Edinburgh - The Museum covers the History of Surgery and Edinburgh’s special contribution to surgical practice.

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Edinburgh - The Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art houses Scotland's finest collection of modern and contemporary art.

National Gallery of Scotland Edinburgh - Widely regarded as one of the finest smaller galleries in the world.

Loch Ness Discovery Centre Edinburgh - Edinburgh's newest visitor attraction! History, mystery & much more....hoaxes & illusions, eye- witnesses...

Tartan Weaving Mill And Exhibition Edinburgh - Discover how tartan is made from the sheep to the shop in a real weaving mill.

Scott Monument Edinburgh - Scottish Art Promotion exhibits work by established artists and new talent. The location is the Caledonian.

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Edinburgh - Established way back in 1670, Scotland's Premier Garden is a must see.

On your next trip to Scotland book with Go Scotland Tours, offering various tours to Scottish Highlands, Loch Ness, Skye, Whisky Isle of Islay, Orkney and more.

Choose from a variety of day tours from Edinburgh, sightseeing tours to Loch Ness, Stirling, Loch Lomond, Rosslyn Chapel, St.Andrews, Scottish Borders and more.

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