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What’s on Edinburgh and The Lothians

The Lothians consist of East Lothian, Midlothian and West Lothian, and together they make up Edinburgh’s superb surrounding coast and countryside. Here you can discover many tales of Scotland’s past in stately homes, dramatic castles and medieval chapels. Although not far from Scotland’s capital city, they offer a complete contrast to the hustle and bustle of Edinburgh with its city streets steeped in history, thriving cultural scene and diverse range of attractions.

regional highlights

Year-round, Edinburgh:

The Fruitmarket Gallery is a not-for-profit organisation and a Scottish Charity that presents world-class, thought-provoking and challenging contemporary art made by both Scottish and international artists.

Year-round, Edinburgh:

Set in extensive parkland, the gallery’s permanent collection, presented on the second floor, includes French and Russian art from the beginning of the twentieth century, Cubist paintings and superb holdings of Expressionist and modern British art.

Year-round, Edinburgh:

Comprising a warren of underground ’closes’ beneath the Royal Mile, and featuring real town houses, streets and rooms, this is one of Edinburgh’s premier visitor attractions.

Year-round, Edinburgh:

Situated across the road from the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, The Dean Gallery houses the Gallery of Modern Art’s extensive collection of Dada and Surrealist art.

Year-round, Midlothian:

Gore Glen is set in the heart of Midlothian’s countryside on the banks of the Gore Water and River South Esk, below the Village of Gorebridge.

Year-round, Edinburgh:

This small, child-friendly, one-hectare farm in the city has a wide range of typical farm animals and birds.

Year-round, Edinburgh:

Located in the heart of Scotland’s capital, this modern gallery occupies a former Victorian warehouse.

Year-round, Midlothian:

Come and see - and even handle - a range of incredible creatures, including tarantulas, snakes and millipedes.

Year-round, East Lothian:

Located at the East Fortune Airfield - itself steeped in history - the national Museum of Flight has a large military and civil aviation collection.

Year-round, Edinburgh:

Housed in a former tax-collecting house, court and prison ,The People’s Story explores the lives of Edinburgh’s ordinary people at work and play from the late 18th century to today.


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