Hiring a campervan or motorhome from Caledonian Campers gives you and your
family the freedom to travel around Scotland and it’s borders at your own pace so you
are sure not to miss out any of it’s beautiful features and top tourist attractions.
We would like to take this time to inform you about some of the best tourist attractions
for families and couples and how our privilege packs can get you up to 50% off in
members only campsites!
Edinburgh Zoo is one of the main tourist attractions in Scotland and is one of the only
zoo’s to have ‘The Panda Experience’. The panda experience will last approximately 20
minutes and the tickets will entitle you to enter the rest of the zoo at any time during
the opening hours. See www.edinburghzoo.org.uk for ticket prices and more
Edinburgh Castle is the Iconic Scottish Tourist attraction and the oldest building in
Edinburgh. This castle is built on stories and interesting facts of the past. You can
create your own bespoke visit to the castle, book tickets and find out what is on each
day via there website on www.edinburghcastle.gov.uk. Be sure not to miss the
fantastic ”One O’clock Gun, Edinburgh’s Big Bang” which is fired at exactly 1300
hours Monday to Saturday.
Glasgow’s main tourist attractions are The Glasgow Science Centre which is based 7
minutes from Glasgow Airport. This is a must see tourist attraction which has amazing
experiences from shrinking chairs, to 3D cinemas. Visit
www.glasgowsciencecentre.org/ for prices and what amazing experiences are
available. Fun for all ages! Glasgow’s River Clyde is renowned for it’s ship building
heritage with some of the most famous ships in the world being built here on the
river’s banks. The Clyde River is renowned for its ship building heritage, with some of
the most famous ships in the world being built on the river’s banks. The Glenlee is a
tall ship, launched onto the Clyde in 1896. After sailing throughout the world for over
80 years, the ship has returned home and is now a maritime museum. Visitors can tour
the unique ship and sample a piece of Glasgow’s shipbuilding past. The Tall Shop is
located at The Riverside Museum, Scotland’s National Transport Museum.
Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park was Scotland’s first National Park and
comprises 720 square miles of beautiful mountains, glens and loch which is the home
to many different species of wildlife and birdlife. Loch Lomond Sea Life Centre is
home to millions of species of fish, sharks, turtles, seals, otters and much more. They
offer a sleepover package for £25.00 per person and is situated only 20 minutes from
Glasgow. www.visitsealife.com visit their website for more information.
If you have any more recommendations be sure to email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we will include them in our blogs! Thank you!