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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Almond Valley Heritage Centre, Livingston

Attractions in West Lothian

This is an innovative museum exploring the history and environment of West Lothian with award-winning children's activities and interactive displays. The centuries-old farm buildings are home of a variety of friendly animals that the children can see and pet.


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Satroshpere, Aberdeen

Attractions in Aberdeenshire

Satrosphere is Scotland's first science and discovery centre. Satrosphere offers fun for families and grown-ups alike who love to explore, experiment and find out how the world works. Look into infinity, light up a plasma dome, step inside a bubble or make a skeleton ride a bike.


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Falls of Clyde, New Lanark

Attractions in Lanarkshire

The Falls of Clyde Wildlife Reserve includes ancient gorge woodland along both sides of the River Clyde, with its famous and spectacular waterfalls. The visitor centre has an exhibition and offers a programme of educational events and guided walks in the reserve.


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Knockhill Racing Centre, Dunfermline

Attractions in Fife

Get behind the wheel of a Formula First single-seater racing car to rally car, go off road in a 4x4 or be driven round the racing circuit by a professional. Alternatively, sit back and enjoy the races. Choose from British touring cars, superbikes, stock cars and Formula Woman.


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Museum of Scottish Country Life, Glasgow

Attractions in Ayrshire

Set in 170 acres of farmland, with a Georgian farmhouse and steadings, this museum gives an insight into the working lives of the people of Scotland.


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St Andrews Aquarium, St Andrews

Attractions in Fife

Enjoy a sense of discovery and enjoyment at St Andrews aquarium, which welcomes you to the wonderful world of the sea and its inhabitants from shrimps to sharks, octopuses to eels, rays to seals.


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Scottish Maritime Museum, Glasgow

Attractions in Ayrshire

Cyldebuilt charts the development of Glasgow and the River Clyde from 1700 to the present day. It tells the story of Glasgow's rivers, its ships and its people through award-winning audio-visuals, computer interpretation, hands-on displays and video.


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British Golf Museum, St Andrews

Attractions in Fife

Ever wondered where the word golf comes from? Why there are 18 holes on a golf course? Why golfers shout fore'? Here you'll learn the answers and many more interesting facts besides. The museum tells the story of British golf from its origins to the present day.


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Lamont City Farm, Glasgow

Attractions in Ayrshire

Lamont City Farm is a vibrant community project located in Erskine. You can meet a wide variety of domesticated animals including sheep, goats, horses, ducks, hens, llamas and many more.


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The TallShip at Riverside, Glasgow

Attractions in Ayrshire

Built in 1896, the tall ship Glenlee circumnavigated the globe four times. Discover her rich history, depicted on board and gain a real sense of what it was like to live and work on board in her seafaring days. Special events include pirate crafts and seafaring superstitions.


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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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