Top Holiday Attractions in Scotland

Top holiday attractions in Scotland

Whether you are looking for something to keep you, your partner or a group of friends entertained our selection of holiday attractions in Scotland will give you some inspiration.

From thrills and spills at theme parks to the peace and relaxation of beautiful gardens there is something for everyone across Scotland. The attraction listings include museums, country houses, castles, cathedrals, farms, zoos and so much more.

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Drum Castle Garden and Estate, Drumoak

Attractions in Aberdeenshire

A mixture of a 13th Century Tower, a Jacobean mansion house and Victorian additions make this a unique Scottish castle. Set in spectacular grounds with rose garden, woodland trails and a playground for children.


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Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh, Edinburgh

Attractions in Edinburgh

Founded in the 17th Century as a physic garden', growing medicinal plants, the Royal Botanic Garden is now acknowledges to be one of the finest in the worlds where unusual and beautiful plants can be found. It's a place to rest and relax away from the city's hustle and bustle.


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Callendar House Museum, Falkirk

Attractions in Stirlingshire

Callendar House is an imposing mansion with a 600-year history, where you can go back in time to experience life in the 1820's. There is also extensive parkland with many activities available.


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The Cadies and Wichery Tours, Edinburgh

Attractions in Edinburgh

Witchery Tours take a lights-hearted look at tales of witchcraft, plague and torture. Explore the eerie alleyways and creepy courtyards of the Old Town with your ghostly guide, who will blend history with humour and fact with fable.


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Glasgow Ski & Snowboarding Centre, Glasgow

Attractions in Ayrshire

An artificial ski and snowboarding centre with three slopes that cater for children of all levels and offers lessons in group or private sessions. Floodlit slopes allow visitors to enjoy the facilities well onto the evening.


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Blair Drummond Safari and Adventure Park, Stirling

Attractions in Stirlingshire

See a fascinating collection of animals from all over the world including elephants, giraffes, lions, tigers and rhino. You can take a safari to Chimpanzee Island, watch the performing sea lion show or visit the Pet Farm.


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Calderglen Country Park, East Kilbride

Attractions in Lanarkshire

This is a large country park with a myriad of activities. The visitor centre has a good range of displays and a Hidden Worlds wildlife experience. There is also a children's zoo, conservatory, adventure playground and miles of fascinating trails to follow.


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Discovery Point, Dundee

Attractions in Dundee

Discovery Point is home to Captain Scott's ship, Discovery, which was built in Dundee for his expedition to the Antarctic and the Verdant Works. It has original working machinery and computer and hands-on displays


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Sensation Dundee Science Centre, Dundee

Attractions in Dundee

If you thought science was boring, this centre may help you rethink. The hands-on experiments, live workshops and investigations bring science to life. Discover how we use our five senses to interact with the world around us in 12 specially designed exhibits.


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Glamis Castle, Angus

Attractions in Angus

This is a place of legends and fairy tales. It has been a royal residence since 1372 and was the childhood home of HM Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother, birthplace of HRH Princess Margaret and legendary setting for Shakespeare's famous play Macbeth.


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Attractions with Wheelchair Access

Most UK holiday attractions now offer suitable wheelchair access and you will find on our listings that we have indicated where we believe they are accessible. However you should check prior to departure with the attraction for your specific needs.

Pet/Dog Friendly Attractions

Many of the attractions are dog friendly and so we have indicated where we believe they are pet friendly. Again, please check prior to departure with the attraction to make sure as rules do change.

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