İskoçya Ulusal Müzesi
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The National Museum of Scotland brings together our rich Scottish heritage with exciting international collections. Your journey of discovery starts here.
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Brilliant fun museum come rain or shine. Views from the upper outside garden. Includes a cafe and bistro.
This place is fantastic for adults and children alike - so much to see and do!
Set in the centre of Edinburgh, this very popular, informative museum is also free of cost to enter. This is an all-encompassing museum, with collections ranging from artifacts from ancient Egypt and local archaeological finds, to the remains of the first cloned mammal, Dolly the sheep; art by…
Definitely worth a visit, especially if the weather is not so good! It is free entry too! It has a cafe and restaurant. Not far to walk from The Royal Mile.
Its free and its absolutely fabulous kids and adults all love this place. It's a favourite for families on rainy days in Edinburgh and only closes on Christmas day.
Arguably Edinburgh's largest and busiest museum, the National Museum of Scotland has a range of exhibits from around the world, showcasing the Natural World, World Cultures and Scottish History and Archaeology. Before you explore the exhibits on display, take a moment to take in the striking…
So many wonderful galleries and museums in Edinburgh and all free except the special exhibitions within them. But this is my favourite because you can usually find something fascinating to see and learn.
Something for everyone in this museum and it's free! We just love it - suitable for all ages. There is a fantastic viewing gallery on the top floor with great views of the city. -
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“If you are a nature lover than Arthur's Seat is for you, There are multiple routes so you'll never get bored. Just a 10-15 minute walk and you're right there!”
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“Edinburgh Castle is one of the most exciting historic sites in Western Europe. Booking is required. Set in the heart of Scotland's dynamic capital city, it is sure to capture your imagination. The scenery will take your breath away. Edinburgh Castle is alive with exciting tales of its time as a military fortress, royal residence and prison of war. When you climb Castle Hill, you will walk in the footsteps of soldiers, kings and queens – and even the odd pirate or two. Set upon its mighty rock, Edinburgh Castle’s strategic advantage is clear. Seeing the site’s military potential, Iron Age people built a hill fort on the rock. Early medieval poetry tells of a war band that feasted here for a year before riding to their deaths in battle. As well as guarding great moments in history, the castle has suffered many sieges. During the Wars of Independence it changed hands many times. In 1314, the Scots retook the castle from the English in a daring night raid led by Thomas Randolph, nephew of Robert the Bruce. The castle defences have evolved over hundreds of years. Mons Meg, one of the greatest medieval cannons ever made, was given to King James II in 1457. The Half Moon Battery, built in the aftermath of the Lang Siege of 1573, was armed for 200 years by bronze guns known as the Seven Sisters. Six more guns defend the Argyle Battery, with its open outlook to the north.”
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“Children love the landscaped area around the ponds. It is visually stunning. The Antony Gormley statue at the front entrance is a fun photo opportunity. Some exhibitions require payment but most of the building is free to view. Great cafe - especially on a good day when you can sit outside in the courtyard area. Really pretty. ”
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“The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is open daily. (Please note that the Glasshouses remain closed for restoration.) Visitors are no longer required to book time slot tickets online in advance. The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is a highlight of any visit to the Scottish Capital. A national treasure of Scotland, this spectacular Living Collection of plants is over 350 years old. When visiting Scotland, a trip to the world-famous Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is unmissable. Visitors can experience an extravaganza of plants from around the world, learn about the Garden's rich and diverse Living Collection and discover a history dating back to the 17th century. Set in over 70 acres of beautiful landscape and just one mile north of the city centre, the Garden offers superb panoramic views of the city skyline featuring Edinburgh Castle. The Botanics, as the Garden is affectionately known locally, is breathtaking at any time of year. Garden highlights include the Rock Garden, the Alpine Houses, Woodland Garden, Pond, the Arboretum or tree collection, the Chinese Hillside, the Rhododendron Collection and the Scottish Native Plants Collection in the Heath Garden. Visitors cannot help but leave with a deeper appreciation and understanding of the importance of plants in our world, and the need to support the Garden's important work. ”
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