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Attraction - St Giles' Cathedral
St Giles’ Cathedral has been one of Edinburgh's religious focal points for approximately 900 years. This church has witnessed executions, riots and celebrations.
Attraction - Museum of Edinburgh
Explore Edinburgh's fascinating history in this free museum and learn all the captivating stories that Scottish capital has to tell.
Attraction - Museum of Childhood
The Museum of Childhood is a charming & lovely free tourist attraction filled with nostalgic toys and games bringing you straight back to your childhood.
Attraction - Scottish National Portrait Gallery
Rich portrait collection of Scottish historical figures and modern pioneers in a magnificent Gothic building in the heart of Edinburgh New Town.
Attraction - Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art One
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art One is a must-see venue for modern & contemporary art lovers. With permanent & temporary exhibitions the gallery showcases Scottish & international artists.
Attraction - The Writers' Museum
Informative literary museum dedicated for three of Scotland’s finest writers: Robert Louis Stevenson, Robert Burns and Sir Walter Scott.
Attraction - Edinburgh Zoo
The Edinburgh Zoo is one of the UK's biggest animal-park featuring over 1,000 species including the famous giant pandas. Explore the zoo with animal shows, keepers’ experiences & after hours events.
Attraction - Rosslyn Chapel
The Rosslyn Chapel boasts significant architectural features, including the Apprentice Pillar & carvings of ‘green men’. Since Dan Brown’s The Da Vinci Code the chapel is extremely popular.
Attraction - National Museum of Scotland
The National Museum of Scotland explores Scottish history, wildlife, the solar system, technological milestones and cultures from all around the world.
Attraction - Edinburgh Castle
The Edinburgh Castle is the most popular tourist attraction in Scotland. Be part of the country's rich history, discover its treasures and learn all about the kings and queens ruling Scotland for centuries. With informative guided tours, various events, multiple gift shops and cafes the castle is the perfect place to spend a day while enjoying the gorgeous view of the entire city.
Attraction - Princes Street
Princes Street is a major thoroughfare in central Edinburgh, Scotland and is the main shopping street in the capital featuring major department stores and brands.
Attraction - The Scotch Whisky Experience
The Scotch Whisky Experience with its tasting tours and masterclasses is the perfect place to learn everything about Scotland's iconic whiskies. Fun, informative and original.
Attraction - Camera Obscura and World of Illusions
Camera Obscura offers a large collection of exciting and breathtaking illusions, funny games and complex installations that will make you look twice. Unforgettable experience for the entire family.
Attraction - Craigmillar Castle
Beautifully preserved medieval castle that screams Scotland. Just 15 minutes away from the city centre with its gorgeous park, Craigmillar Castle makes you feel far away from the noisy modern world.
Attraction - The Royal Yacht Britannia
Step on board to one of Scotland's best visitor attractions where you can learn all about the Royal Family sailing with this magnificent ship for over a million miles around the world.
Attraction - Palace of Holyroodhouse
Situated at the end of the famous Royal Mile the palace is the official Scottish residence of the Queen. This baroque beauty is known for its unique architecture and displays of paintings.
Attraction - Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Two
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Two has an extensive collection of Dada and Surrealist art & literature while the extensive garden showcases several sculptures.
Attraction - John Knox House
The museum is reputed to be the home of 16th-century Protestant reformer John Knox.
Attraction - Dynamic Earth
Dynamic Earth presents a kid-friendly linear journey through the creation of the Earth, from the Big Bang to the present day. Sounds, smell and visuals make the experience as real as possible.
Attraction - Princes Street Gardens
Princes Street Gardens are a lovely green space in the middle of the city having an important cultural role when it comes to the festival or holiday seasons.
Attraction - Water of Leith
Edinburgh's iconic river runs through the city and flows into the sea by the port of Leith.
Attraction - Scott Monument
A unique and celebrated 200-feet-tall Gothic monument to honour Scottish poet and writer, Sir Walter Scott.
Attraction - The Queen's Gallery
The gallery showcases paintings, drawings, furniture, ceramics, clocks, silver, sculptures, jewellery, books, manuscripts, prints and maps, armour and textiles selected by monarchs over 500 years.
Attraction - Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
The Royal Botanic Garden is a popular outdoor attraction with rich horticultural specimens, captivating galleries and magnificent glasshouses attracting both tourists and locals in a high number.
Attraction - The Real Mary King's Close
The Real Mary King’s Close is one of Scotland’s most unique historic sites. Beneath the famous Royal Mile, discover the hidden streets, homes and passageways where citizens of Edinburgh lived, worked and died in the 16th and 17th centuries.
Attraction - Scottish National Gallery
The Scottish National Gallery houses the Scottish National Collection of fine art from the early Renaissance to the end of the nineteenth century. There is also a lovely cafe and gift shop.
Attraction - The Scottish Parliament Building
In the heart of Edinburgh's Old Town, the new Scottish Parliament building opened in 2004 and has since welcomed over five million visitors. Visitors can join a free guided tour or see parliament in action, depending on which day you visit (booking essential).
Attraction - Holyrood Abbey
Holyrood Abbey gave home to numerous coronations, weddings, funerals and meetings of old Scottish Parliament throughout the centuries. The well-preserved ruins are located next to Holyrood Palace.
Attraction - Dean Village
Dean Village is a charming part of Edinburgh situated along Dean Path and is perfect for a nice and relaxing walk.