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.
18th - 21st June 2015, Edinburgh:
Part agricultural show, part food festival, part family fun day out.
27th June 2015, East Lothian:
A fun, family day with livestock, vintage machinery, heavy horses, sheep-shearing and much more.
27th June 2015, Glenrothes:
Arts and Crafts Fair featuring around 20 crafters showcasing a wide range of hand-made, bespoke wares.
4th - 10th July 2015, Shetland:
The Shetland Nature Festival celebrates Shetland’s wonderful natural heritage, with events and activities throughout the isles to suit all ages and abilities.
23rd - 25th July 2015, Highlands:
Bring the family to watch Scotland’s best sheepdogs compete for the title of National Champion.
8th August 2015, Kinross:
A fun-filled family day out with lots to see and do.
22nd & 23rd August 2015, Dumfries & Galloway:
Galloway Country Fair is an annual two-day event held on the grounds of the magnificent Drumlanrig Castle.
Mid May to mid September, North Ayrshire:
Displaying the history of the abbey and the town of Kilwinning, the museum is open Easter weekend and then from the middle of May to the middle of September.
May - mid September, Gorebridge:
Arniston House is a magnificent William Adam, Palladian style mansion house set in acres of beautiful parkland just 11 miles from Edinburgh.
7th May - 27th September 2015, East Borders
Manderston is the country house of Edwardian Scotland, standing in 56 acres of formal and informal gardens.