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Edinburgh Castle is Edinburgh's best known and most popular attraction and one of the most visited ancient monuments in Great Britain. It has breathtaking views of Edinburgh ...
Visit Edinburgh's volcano and walk over its lava flows, there is no danger as it has been extinct for 350 million years. The name may refer to 6th Century Arthur of Strathclyde or be a derivative ...
Although there has been a church on this site since CE 1854, the earliest remains to be found in St Giles' Cathedral are four pillars which date from about CE 1120 ...
Next door to the Royal Museum , the stunning new Museum of Scotland (opened 1998) details the history of the Scottish people. From the beginning of time through present day, the history of Scotland ...
112 Holyrood Road
Funded by the Millennium Commission and housed in a striking, spiky, white tent-like structure, Our Dynamic Earth takes visitors on a fantastic journey of discovery through the history ...
Celebrate Scotland's national drink with a visit to this fascinating center, the Scotch Whisky Heritage Centre. The exhibition covers three floors and a one hour guided tour, running ...
The National Gallery of Scotland's collection of works stretches from the Italian Renaissance, through French Impressionism (including works of Monet), to more modern Scottish works of ...
This atmospheric and beautiful church is situated just outside the village of Roslin, to the south of Edinburgh. It was built around 1446 by William St Clair. It is unique and ...
28 Blair Street
Mercat Tours specialize in Gothic walks around the Old Town - let your imagination run wild as you explore the historical underground city and medieval winds. Tour guides are university ...
12 Broughton Street Lane
This is an archetypal bar in the Broughton Street area, relaxing, laid back and predominantly but not exclusively gay. Shoot some pool or if there is the merest hint of the sun, head for the open ...