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Dominating the impressive city skyline, Edinburgh Castle has sat on the volcanic Castle Rock since the 12th Century. Perfectly positioned up high at the top of the famous ...
Royal Yacht Britannia
The Royal Yacht Britannia is one of the world's most famous ships, now berthed in Leith in Edinburgh and open to visitors. Commissioned by King George VI shortly before his ...
The Edinburgh Dungeon is a top visitor attraction offering a chilling insight into Edinburgh’s dark and gruesome history through live shows and scary rides. Bringing Scotland’s ...
National Museum of Scotland
The National Museum of Scotland’s galleries display over 8000 treasures from around the world. Covering the natural world, world cultures, science and technology, art and ...
Edinburgh Zoo is the largest wildlife attraction in Scotland and a leading centre for conservation, education and research. With over 1000 rare and endangered animals ...
Camera Obscura and World of Illusions
The Camera Obscura and World of Illusions is located at the top of the Royal Mile by the Castle. It is Edinburgh’s oldest purpose built tourist attraction, and is as popular today ...
The Real Mary King’s Close
Beneath the hustle and bustle of Edinburgh City Centre lies an underground network of streets that have been uninhabited for 400 years. These old narrow streets, known as ...
Scotch Whisky Experience
Whisky is Scotland’s national drink, known in Gaelic as ‘uisge beatha’ meaning ‘water of life’. Distilled in Scotland for hundreds of years, no visit to the country is complete ...
Dynamic Earth is an interactive science museum, taking visitors on a journey through the past, present and future of Planet Earth. This striking landmark is one of the top ...
Royal Botanic Garden
The Edinburgh Botanics is the first of four sites that make up the Royal Botanic Gardens in Scotland. The others are located at Benmore, Logan and Dawyck. Together they form ...
Palace of Holyroodhouse
Holyrood Palace is the Queen’s official residence in Scotland, located at the East end of the Royal Mile. This historic building has been a royal residence since the 16th ...
The Georgian House is an Edinburgh townhouse, built in 1796 by James Craig, a young architect who won a competition to design the area. The house was purchased by John ...
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