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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Polkemment County Park, Whitburn

Attractions in West Lothian

Polkemmet Country Park is a very attractive area of mixed mature woodlands and grassy open spaces along the upper reaches of the River Almond. Activities include a public bowling green, a 15-bay floodlight golf range and barbecue areas for all


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Scottish Crannog Centre, Kenmore

Attractions in Perthshire

Visit Scotland's only authentic recreation of an Iron Age loch-dwelling. Discover why these ancient people built their homes out over the water and how they lived. Guided tours, exhibits, video and ancient crafts bring the past to life.


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Plean Country Park, Plean

Attractions in Stirlingshire

This beautiful Victoria estate provided extensive woodland walks, parkland, a picnic area and great orienteering courses. There is also a fine walled garden and beautiful wild flower meadows


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Scottish SEA LIFE Sanctuary Oban, Oban

Attractions in Argyll

This attraction features seal rescue facilities, a superb aquarium daily feeding demonstrations, and much, much more! Meet the new resident North American Otters. Marvel at the playful antics of these endearing animals and find out about the latest conservation efforts to help all otters. The North American Otters were once the most widespread mammal on that continent, but as with other species pollution, habitat loss and road deaths has confined them to a fraction of their original range. Location: Oban (Scotland)


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People's Palace , Glasgow

Attractions in Ayrshire

The People's Palace is Glasgow's social history museum and a chance to learn the story of the people and city of Glasgow from 1760 to the present. You can see paintings, prints and photographs displayed alongside a wealth of historic artefacts, film and computer interactive.


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Noah's, Perth

Attractions in Perthshire

Noah's is a specially equipped children's soft play barn for under 12's. There are three separate areas to ensure the safety of all the children. Indoor go-karting is available seasonally. Also enjoy a game of tenpin bowling with family and friends.


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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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Peel Farm, Kirriemuir

Attractions in Angus

There are many animals and birds to see at Peel Farm as well as a walk along a varied and interesting farm trail that included a gorge and waterfall and even a red deer park. There are approximately 30 different vendors in The Courtyard, gallery and barn, which together offer you a unique choice of vintage furniture, quality gifts and crafts, as well as unique interior and household items.


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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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Scotland's Secret Bunker, St Andrews

Attractions in Fife

Hidden beneath a farmhouse is a 24,000 sq ft secret nuclear bunker. Walk down the 150m entrance tunnel and through the 3 ton blast-proof doors to discover 24,000sq ft of secret accommodation. Up 70 300 staff would have lived here for up to 3 months at a time.


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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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