Local Tip The iconic Edinburgh Castle is the most visited tourist attraction in Scotland, steeped in rich history which captivates both tourists and locals. If you are looking for a real encounter with Scottish heritage...
Local Tip A place to try at least once whilst visiting Edinburgh. The Witchery by the Castle is frequented by the rich and famous so you never know who you might bump into!
A trip to Edinburgh has so much to offer, but a hot topic seems to be finding the best places to eat. Usually, a great introduction to a city or...more »
Edinburgh is fortunate in its abundance of grassy expanses - making it often difficult to determine whether you’re deep in the country or in the centre of the nation’s capital city. On the few...more »
No Matter where you get married it should always be special! It is, after all, something you are going to do only once in a lifetime (hopefully)!...more »
Edinburgh International Science Festival is an educational charity that inspires people of all ages and backgrounds to discover the wonder of the world around them. The Festival celebrates science through vibrant, innovative events, hands-on activities and explosive experiments for adults, children and families all across the city. more »
Tartan Day is a celebration of Scotland. It is a celebration of our culture, bringing to the world's attention our creativity, our innovation, our heritage and the best bits of all that is Scottish- like Tartan! Tartan Day is a week-long celebration, with events taking place all over the country in the lead up to and beyond Tartan... more »
10.30am - 12 noon. Cost is £6 per child, accompanying adults £4.25 (Grounds Entrance Charge) Meet at the Education Room Head along to Hopetoun House for this traditional workshop that involves egg painting, egg rolling and other eggciting activities! Don't forget to bring along a hard-boiled egg or two... Booking is required for... more »
The Beltane Fire Festival is an annual event celebrating the start of summer and as part of TradFest. It's a revival of a Celtic fertility festival, featuring a procession of men and women spitting fire and dancing surrounded by vibrant colours and sounds of drumming with lashings of body paint and costumes. Every year around 12,000 people... more »
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