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.
February - November, Aberdeen:
Based in the heart of north-east Scotland in the beautiful former home of prominent Scottish artist, Sir George Reid, the Museum is committed to preserving and sharing the legacy of the world-famous Gordon Highlanders for future generations.
March - November, Scottish Borders:
This 16th Century Tower House is set amidst a garden of pear trees in the heart of Jedburgh.
March - November, Argyll:
Oban’s War & Peace Museum contains a fascinating collection of artefacts and photographs depicting the rich cultural history of the busy port town and its people.
March - November, Edinburgh:
This restored Edinburgh Town House dates from 1796 and is filled with Georgian treasures - furniture, silver, porcelain and fine paintings - reflecting the domestic arrangements and social conditions of the time.
4th December 2014, Dundee:
Don’t miss Deacon Blue and Support.
6th December 2014, Edinburgh:
Browse and buy a wide range of handmade crafts in the Storytelling Court.
7th December 2014, East Kilbride:
Celebrate Christmas down on the farm with festive donkeys and Shetland foals.
1st - 24th December 2014, Edinburgh:
Throughout December, our Tea Room menu will feature our Christmas cocktail.
4th October - 28th December 2014, Glasgow:
Join our celebration of food at Glasgow Fort and savour the flavours from around the globe.
8th November - 28th December 2013, Glasgow:
Fans of Merchant Square’s weekly Craft & Design Fair can get their weekend shopping fix early from now on after organisers added an extra day to the popular event following demand from customers and crafters.