Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
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May need to book before going due to social distancing - check online before making a trip there
Stunning large cultivated gardens with different 'rooms' for each area - from the Japanese area to the rockery and from the arboretum to the green houses, loads to see and enjoy. Three cafes in the gardens. All good coffee. The one up on the hill has the best views. Free entry but green houses take…
Lovely gardens and greenhouse. Visit the garden shops for botanical art souvenirs.
Absolutely stunning botanic gardens up the road (about a twenty minute walk or take the number 8 bus). Free entrance year-round (except the glass houses, which are worth the price in the summer).
A calm serene place for a leisurely walk. Full of beautiful plants, flowers, trees and huge green houses.
If you're looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city life or are interested in learning more about triopical plants from around the world, then the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is the place to go. Located a short 20 minutes’ walk from Edinburgh city centre, a lovely walk through the city’s…
The world famous Botanics are a must see, whatever the season. Explore the glasshouses and have a break in their tearoom with views of the city's skyline.
It's so easy to while away a few hours in these stunning botanical gardens. It's free for entry and there are a maze of different paths and plants to explore. Sit outside the Terrace Cafe not he top of the hill for views over the city.
Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Garden is the second oldest such garden in Britain. Within its magnificent 70-acres are a herbarium and Britain's biggest palm house, a tropical house with exotic orchids, an alpine house, a terraced moorland garden, a heather garden, and an extensive arboretum with rare…
Going for a stroll through the Botanical garden is a joy any time of the year (my favourite time is autumn). The glasshouses are a treat and the restaurant in the middle serves great lunch, coffee and cake. Go outside the cafe to catch a great view of the castle.
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is a world-renowned scientific centre for the study of plants, their diversity and conservation.
A haven within Edinburgh and always something interesting and unusual to see within the gardens. There is a good art gallery within at Inverleith House and several cafes.
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“If you need to blow the cobwebs away then you could go round Arthurs Seat or climb to the top of it -either way you get some fab views of the City, Firth of Forth and into Fife on clear days”
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“This place is fantastic for adults and children alike - so much to see and do!”
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“If you are in Edinburgh this is the number one tourist attraction. If you are into history, warfare, cannons, military memorabelia, and amazing views of the city and beyond to East Lothian and Fife, you should definitely check it out. Best way to see the castle is to buy the Edinburgh Bus Tours Royal Ticket. This gives you access to the castle, Holyrood Palace and The Royal Yacht Britannia as well as the use of the hop on hop off buses for 48 hours, which will take you round all the main tourist attractions and give you a guided history. You save quite a bit of money doing this, so highly recommend buying it. It also gives two for one access to Royal Botanic Garden glasshouses.”
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“Very nice gallery collection - upstairs is the permanent collection and the ground floor hosts temporary exhibitions. Cafe in the basement is worth a visit.”
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“Located on Queen Street, this gallery really dedicates itself to some of the best portrait artworks in the world. As you enter the gallery you are greeted by renowned Scottish figures such as Robert Burns and famous paintings of Bonnie Prince Charlie and Sir Walter Scott. ”
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