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.
Year-round, Falkirk & Forth Valley:
More than just a classic car and motor museum, the Bo’ness Motor Museum is home to a wide range of Bond memorabilia including cars, props and posters from many 007 films and TV.
Come and discover the wonderful collections of one of Scotland’s best municipal museums and the main museum in the Inverclyde area.
April - October, Mull
Perched on top of a rocky outcrop at the end of a peninsula near the easternmost corner of Mull, and dating back to the 13th century, Duart Castle is the ancestral home of the Clan Maclean.
Year-round, Stirling Area:
Built for the Regent Albany, Doune Castle is a magnificent late 14th century courtyard castle.
Year-round, daily, Trossachs:
This property comprises a range of mountains, with connecting ridges, cliffs and lochans.
Year-round, Isle of Bute: Situated in the centre of town, and with a long and close association with the Stewart Kings of Scotland, Rothesay Castle is unusual in terms of Scottish castles, being largely circular.
Pictavia is set in the beautiful countryside park at Brechin Castle Centre.
Built for the Royal Navy in Chatham dockyard and launched in 1824, His Majesty’s Frigate UNICORN is now one of the six oldest ships left in the world.
Year-round, St Andrews:
Situated in a grand Victorian mansion in Kinburn Park, the museum tells the story of St Andrews’ heritage from early times through to the 20th century.
This ruined cathedral dates back to 1160 and was consecrated in the presence of Robert the Bruce in 1318.