Views of Edinburgh Castle, Scotland

Edinburgh travel guide

Edinburgh is one of the most famous cities in the world. It is the fastest growing place on the planet and there are a lot of reasons as to why this festival city is one of the most sought-after places...
Continue Reading Comments Off on Edinburgh travel guide
Walkabout Scotland

Walkabout Scotland

Walkabout Scotland run guided hill-walking adventures throughout Scotland – day tours, weekends and holidays.
Continue Reading Comments Off on Walkabout Scotland
Edinburgh Boat Charters

Edinburgh Boat Charters: great sailing, great venue, great fun

Private and corporate sailing charters onboard a luxury sailing yacht exploring Edinburgh’s historic river estuary.
Continue Reading Comments Off on Edinburgh Boat Charters: great sailing, great venue, great fun
Alba Ballooning

Alba Ballooning

Champagne hot air balloon rides over the Lothians and Peebles-shire, Scottish Borders and Perth and Kinross-shire.
Continue Reading Comments Off on Alba Ballooning
ScotlandsPeople Centre

ScotlandsPeople Centre: for family history research

The ScotlandsPeople centre is the starting point for Scottish family history research. You can search for and view electronic images of birth, death, marriages, census, wills and testaments and Coats of...
Continue Reading Comments Off on ScotlandsPeople Centre: for family history research
The Royal Yacht Britannia

The Royal Yacht Britannia

When visiting Edinburgh don’t miss “Scotland’s best visitor attraction”. The Royal Yacht Britannia was home to Her Majesty The Queen and the Royal Family for over 40 years, sailing over 1,000,000...
Continue Reading Comments Off on The Royal Yacht Britannia
Grassmarket Area

Grassmarket Area

Nestled in Edinburgh’s historic Old Town, the Grassmarket is the most vibrant, picturesque and convivial of areas. Independent merchants, restaurants and artisans make the Grassmarket simply one of the...
Continue Reading Comments Off on Grassmarket Area
Gilmerton Cove mystery

Gilmerton Cove’s mystery

Enter one of Scotland’s most curious heritage sites. An archeological mystery that has baffled investigators for over 300 years. Explore hand carved chambers and passageways lying hidden beneath the...
Continue Reading Comments Off on Gilmerton Cove’s mystery
The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Regimental Museum

The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Regimental Museum

Military Museum (with shop), three centuries of history and tradition of Scotland’s Cavalry Regiment, including Royal Scots Greys and 3rd Carabiniers, uniforms, medals, pictures, silver, flags, graphics...
Continue Reading Comments Off on The Royal Scots Dragoon Guards Regimental Museum
The People's Story Museum

The People’s Story Museum

The People’s Story explores the lives of Edinburgh’s ordinary people at work and play from the late 18th century to today. Visitors can see displays showing a bookbinder’s workshop, a wartime kitchen...
Continue Reading Comments Off on The People’s Story Museum
Trinity House Maritime Museum

Trinity House Maritime Museum

An outstanding collection of maritime memorabilia inside an elegant Georgian house.
Continue Reading Comments Off on Trinity House Maritime Museum
Museum of Edinburgh at Huntly House

Museum of Edinburgh at Huntly House

The Museum of Edinburgh is the City’s treasure box – a maze of historic rooms crammed full of iconic objects from the Capital’s past. Discover more about the city, its people, crafts and trades and...
Continue Reading Comments Off on Museum of Edinburgh at Huntly House
Museum Collections Centre

Museum Collections Centre

This centre houses the reserve collections of the city museums, there are many interesting objects on ‘open storage’ display, especially social history objects, decorative art and archaeology collections.
Continue Reading Comments Off on Museum Collections Centre
Museum of Childhood's

The Museum of Childhood

The Museum of Childhood is a fun day out for the whole family. Young people can learn about the children of the past and see a fantastic range of toys and games, while adults enjoy a trip down memory lane.
Continue Reading Comments Off on The Museum of Childhood