Where to go in Scotland?
There are a million ways to fill your holiday in Scotland with many great things to see and do. There are a variety of attractions in Scotland whether you want to see cliff-top castles or climb over 150 steps up St Rules Tower for views across Fife, there are plenty of tourist attractions in Scotland to fill the weeks of your trip, it is well worth the visit. You never know what stories you might uncover.
Places to visit –
Eilean Donan Castle – Scotland’s most romantic castle
See the stunning views, walk on the ramparts and catch whispers in the wind, they carry a myriad of tales.
Urquhart Castle – Explore the Jewel of Loch Ness
The visiting center will tell the story of the castles turbulent past and revealing weapons and everyday objects from the bustling medieval castle or enjoy a relaxing time on the terrace overlooking the loch or find a secret spot for a picnic.
Edinburgh Castle – Experience the Defender of the Nations 3,000 year History
Guided tour to visit The Crown Room where the nations treasures are kept, The Great Hall holds a fabulous display of arms and armour as well as the ‘key’ to the castle or The Scottish National War Memorial, a shrine to those who gave their life’s in conflicts from World War 1 onwards.
Stirling Castle – Discover a majestic place where history comes to life
Stirling Castle is a great place for children of all ages to get hands on with history, with beautiful gardens to unwind in, costumed performers who bring history to life and a welcoming staff, Stirling Castle is a must-see visitor attraction for families.
Robert Burns Birth place Museum –
Robert Burns is an international icon; his birthplace museum offers you a truly unique encounter with Scotland’s favorite son. Burns’ birthplace is an excellent destination for either a day or as the ideal base for exploring Burns Country.
Alloa Tower –
This ancestral home of the Earls of Mar is one of Scotland’s largest surviving medieval towers. Original Dungeon and roof-beams contrast with the elegant Italianate staircase, added in the 18th Century.
The Kingdom of Fife & St Andrews –
The history or old burghs and the culture of small villages combine to produce a region that is full of hidden attractions and delivers magnificent, breathtaking views from every coast, hillside and farm.
The Isles of Arran and Cumbrae –
Discover this divers region with all the history, scenery, adventure and produce that make Scotland such a fantastic country to visit. Play a range of challenging golf courses, battle the waves in a kayak or tackle one of the rugged peaks on Arran. You’ll find varied wildlife on The Isle of Cumbrae, tempting local food, drink and crafts on Arran.