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Scott Monument:

Another essential place to go in Edinburgh is the Scott Monument. Built in 1832 to commemorate the death of one of Scotland's best loved writers, Sir Walter Scott. Climb the 287 steps to the top for beautiful views of the city. Inside the monument, you can also visit the Museum Room, which holds an exhibition on Scott's life and work.

Calton Hill

Want to make the most of your stay in Edinburgh? Don't miss this. For outstanding views, get up early and climb to the top of Calton Hill to enjoy the sunrise over the city. 

Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art

A trip to the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art won't leave you disappointed - whether you're an art lover or not. Comprising two impressive buildings, this top Edinburgh attraction contains masterpieces from the 1900s to present day. Admire art by Matisse, Picasso and Emin, as well as Scottish contemporaries. The landscaped grounds of the galleries feature sculptures by Tony Cragg and Barbara Hepworth amongst others.

Lauriston Castle and Gardens

Lauriston Castle and Gardens is the perfect place to go for anyone visiting Edinburgh looking for a piece of Scottish history, as well as peace and quiet. Step back in time as you explore the castle's impressive Edwardian interiors, and don't miss the daily guided tour to learn more about its fascinating history.

Edinburgh Dungeon

For a thrilling alternative adventure, visit The Edinburgh Dungeons, where you'll learn about the city's gruesome history

Dynamic Earth

Dynamic Earth is a fantastic attraction for the whole family to enjoy. The interactive adventure takes brave young explorers on a journey through space and time to learn how the forces of nature shaped Earth over millions of years.

Festival Theatre

Edinburgh's Festival Theatre is one of the largest stages in the UK, hosting show-stopping opera, and ballet and musical events all year round. Many famous performers have graced its stage, including Charlie Chaplin, Laurel & Hardy and David Bowie