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.
10th - 12th July 2015, Dunfermline:
A festival fit for a King, The Bruce Festival is full of historic atmosphere and family fun, set against the magnificent backdrop of Dunfermline Abbey in picturesque Pittencrieff Park.
18th July 2015, Angus:
With pipe band, trade stands, stock, horse, dog classes, highland dancing, craft fair, children’s races, music and refreshments, you’ll find something for all the family at the Kirriemuir Show.
19th July 2015, East Kilbride:Join us for one of Scotland’s biggest heavy horse shows.
25th July 2015, East Lothian:
Scotland’s National Airshow is a spectacular day out for all the family.
23rd - 25th July 2015, Highlands:
Bring the family to watch Scotland’s best sheepdogs compete for the title of National Champion.
25th July 2015, Perthshire:This annual agricultural show features cattle and sheep, heavy horses, ridden Clydesdales, light horses and ponies.
24th & 25th July 2015, Scottish Borders:
This eagerly awaited annual show, held in 46 acres of parkland on the outskirts of Kelso, is a premier agricultural and equestrian show with a full programme of judged events for a wide range of classes.
29th July 2015, Stranraer:
A show case for the best of local livestock, agricultural products and rural crafts.
1st August 2015, Nairn:
A highlight of the social calendar, the Nairn Show features livestock competitions, trade stands, craft and food fair, plus numerous other attractions.
31st July & 1st August 2015, Perth:
Fantastic livestock, entertainment and trade stands.