Edinburgh is the country's capital and second largest city, with Glasgow being its largest. Scotland's landscapes never fail to amaze and impress visitors, with its gentle rolling hills to the genteel Georgian townhouses in Edinburgh. With a few hours of travelling you can experience a rapidly changing landscape of cosmopolitan cities and rugged coasts which make for an exciting visit.
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Find out about golf in St. Andrews the home of golf! Walk past displays and exciting interactives whilst learning about British golf from its origins in the middle ages through to the present day.
Take a trip to Scotland's largest medical museum and view one of the most significant surgical collections in the world. You can trace sugery's history from Roman times to the present day.
The National Gallery houses the national collection of fine art from the early Renaissance to the end of the nineteenth century. Enjoy walking around the peaceful setting and experience masterpieces from Raphael to Van Gogh.
Enjoy heading to a 1950s working farm with dairy cows, sheep, pigs and farm experts all one hand. Tickets for adults cost £5.50 and children 12 and under can get in free!
Why not head to the National Museum of Costume and find out what people wore from the 1850s to the 1950s. At only £3.50 for an adult ticket and children 12 and under get in free it's a cheap day out!
In the beautiful setting of Edinburgh Castle you can explore over 400 years of the Scottish military experience. You can uncover stories of courage and determination, heroics and heartbreak.
Located on the historic Shiprow in the heart of Aberdeen the museum uses a range of buildings including the Provost Ross' Hosue, one of the oldest domestic buildings in the city. Learn all about Aberdeen's relationship with the North Sea with displays on the North Sea oil indurstry and marine environment as well as many others.
The People's Story is housed in the Canongate Tolbooth, a former tax collecting house, court and prison now turned into a museum. The People's Story provides the visitor with a glimpse of the occupations and hardships from yesteryear.
This museum commands magnificent views of the great bridges spanning the Forth. It details the history of the people of Queensferry and Dalmeny and offers much