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.
May - October, Rousay
Trumland House is a Jacobean-style mansion designed by David Bryce and completed in 1876.
31st October 2014, West Lothian:
Night of the Black Death is part guessing game, part murder mystery, and part a game of tig, The action will be played out amongst the dark shadows and ancient buildings of Mill Farm and will depend on you undergoing treatments, and assembling evidence, that will determine your diagnosis at the end of the evening.
April - October 2014, Angus:
Enjoy the splash of the waterwheel and the sound and smell of grinding corn in this picturesque 19th-century working mill.
April - October, Ayrshire:
On top of the prominent hill at Dundonald is a stone castle, built around 1371.
April - October, Dumfries & Galloway:
One of the earliest Christian sites in Scotland, Whithorn was traditionally held to be founded by St Ninian in the 5th or 6th century.
30 & 31st October 2014, Motherwell:
Enjoy a spook-tastic family night out at Amazonia - if you’re brave enough.
Easter - October, Fife
Delve into the history of this ancient Royal Burgh with a visit to the town’s friendly museum run entirely by volunteers.
30th March - 31st October, Fife:
This charming museum celebrates the working lives of the people of Fife their agricultural life, crafts and industries, fashions, textiles and home lives.
April - October, Perthshire:
During its long history, Scone Palace has been the seat of parliaments and the crowning place of Scottish Kings, including Macbeth and Robert the Bruce.
End March - October, Perth:
Gardeners and botanists come to Branklyn Gardens from all over the world.