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.
The Greenock Cut Visitor Centre forms part of the Muirshiel Country Park, Scotland’s largest Regional Park.
Year-round, Loch Lomond:
Loch Lomond Aquarium has lots of things to do.
Named after Hugh Forres, who spent his life travelling in India and Europe researching fossil evidence.
The ruins of Kinloss Abbey are open 24 hours a day as they form part of the existing local cemetery.
Year-round, Aberdeen and Grampian:
Leith Hall was built over three centuries, starting in 1650, and remained the home of the Leith-Hay family until the mid-20th century.
A four star visitor attraction and registered Charity, Delgatie Castle is open to the public all year round.
A noble ruin in a beautiful setting, Huntly Castle is remarkable both for the quality of its architecture and for its eventful history.
The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses, in Fraserburgh consists of the first lighthouse built on mainland Scotland and a purpose-built museum.
Year-round, Lerwick:The Shetland Museum and Archives is the starting point for anyone who wants to know more about Shetland’s Heritage and Culture.
Year-round, Northern Highlands:
A ruined castle dating from the sixteenth century.