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Scottish attractions

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. 

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Museum of Scottish Lighthouses

Year-round, Fraserburgh:

The Museum of Scottish Lighthouses, in Fraserburgh consists of the first lighthouse built on mainland Scotland and a purpose-built museum.

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Year-round, Skye:

A cultural and heritage centre, Aros provides a range of facilities for all the family, from static exhibitions to live shows.

Eglinton Country Park

Year-round, Ayrshire:

Created for the public to enjoy and situated on the outskirts of Kilwinning, Eglinton Country Park features some 400 hectares of parkland and countryside.

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Year-round, Ayrshire:

17th century flour mill and ancillary buildings on riverside site.

Rousay Heritage Centre

Year-round, Rousay:

Small visitor centre situated adjacent to the pier focusing on the history, people and impressive archaeology of Rousay.

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Year-round, Rousay:

Constructed and used between 200BC and 200AD, Midhowe Broch is perhaps the most impressive broch in the Orkney Isles.

Mine Howe

Year round, Orkney:

A recently rediscovered Iron Age chamber and the subject of two Time Team programmes.

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Year-round, Kirkwall:

The Museum tells the story of Orkney throughout the ages from the Stone Age.

Wheeling Steel Gallery

February - December, Westray

Wheeling Steen is Old Norse for ’Resting Stone’.

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Year-round, Stromness:

Many of the museum’s exhibits reflect the importance of Orkney’s maritime history.


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