Scotland has many attractions to appeal to all tastes: from castles and stately homes to galleries and museums; from parks and gardens to exhibitions and theme parks. Whether it’s for mum and dad or just for kids; whether you prefer to watch wildlife and nature at work, or marvel at Scotland’s dramatic history and fine culture; whether you want to be outdoors or indoors … Scotland has something everyone.
22nd October 2014, West Lothian:
Come along to historic Hopetoun House and enjoy a guided walk with the ranger to explore the beautiful grounds and autumnal displays.
15th & 22nd October 2014, Moray:
Join us at The Scottish Dolphin Centre this autumn holidays for Wildlife Warriors to learn about Hibernation Heroes and creatures that travel to and from Spey Bay in our Spey bay and Away week.
Saturdays, 25th October - 6th December 2014, Motherwell:
Amazonia Explorers is a club held at M&Ds where children aged 7 – 11 can learn more about animals and the environment in a fun way.
25th October 2014, Moray:
Ghastly ghouls, devilish demons and spooky spectres await you in the Icehouse.
25th & 26th October 2014, Moray:
Spooky fun at the Scottish Dolphin Centre.
23rd - 26th October 2014, Glasgow:
Christmas is coming to the SECC with over 150 exhibitors showcasing their exclusive range of bespoke and unusual gifts, including glass, jewellery, art, candles, ceramics, clothing and so much more.
25th & 26th October 2014, Motherwell:
Join us at Amazonia this weekend to learn all about the importance of feeding our native birds, especially throughout the winter.
25th & 26th October 2014, Glasgow:
The biggest and most glamorous event in the wedding calendar, The Scottish Wedding Show, comes to the SECC to once again help brides and grooms from across the country plan their perfect day.
30th March - 28th October 2014, Aberdeenshire:
Opened in 1983, the Grampian Transport Museum tells the history of travel and transport in the North East of Scotland through displays, working exhibits and DVD presentations.
April - October, Angus:
This 19th-century cottage, set in the heart of Kirriemuir, is the birthplace and early home of famed Scottish author, playwright and creator of Peter Pan, Sir James Matthew Barrie.