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Deep sea world
Deep sea world

Deep Sea World is set in North Queensferry, Fife and if you love exploring the underwater world then is a great family day out. Deep sea world is Scotland’s national aquarium and has one of Europe’s biggest collections of sharks. The sharks all live in the world’s longest underwater tunnel and one of the largest [...]

Glasgow Science Centre
Glasgow Science Centre

Glasgow Science Centre on Pacific Quay will delight. Particularly suited to the inquiring minds of would-be scientists, the Centre is state-of-the-art and housed in a gleaming titanium building overlooking the River Clyde. Three Magnificent Floors The Centre boasts three floors of endless interactive displays fascinating and encouraging children to get involved in the wonder of [...]

Edinburgh Zoo
Edinburgh Zoo

Edinburgh zoo is west of the city centre and has been fascinating families for about a 100 years! Set in extensive sloping parkland it provides a safe haven for 1000 interesting, rare and endangered creatures. Not only that but Scotland’s largest wildlife centre also offers imaginative attractions and great visitor facilities as well as a [...]

Edinburgh Dungeon
Edinburgh Dungeon

Kids love the ghoulish attraction of a dungeon….fact! Take them to Edinburgh Dungeon and they’ll not be disappointed. There is a wealth of gruesome discoveries showcasing “horrifying myths”, “barbaric savagery” and “inhumane medical practices”. There’s also an element of Scottish history so your family can be educated too during this fun day out in Scotland! [...]

Museum of Communication
Museum of Communication

Help your children see a time before mobile phones, the internet and colour television…the Museum of Communication takes its visitors on a journey from the beginnings of communications through to the technology we have at our fingertips today. Mission Statement The Museum has a mission and that is to inform, educate and entertain the public [...]

Inchcolm Island
Inchcolm Island

A trip to historic Inchcolm Island is sure to be the highlight of your trip to Edinburgh! The island is the source of endless conflicts between the English and Scots during the Medieval times. Maid of the Forth The ferry that takes you to the Island is the Maid of the Forth and it sails [...]

Go Ape! Aberfoyle
Go Ape! Aberfoyle

Take your little monkeys out for the day at Go Ape! in Scotland’s Aberfoyle. The fabulous forest scenery provides a stunning back drop for the six-zone course – and what a course! Woodland Course The course will take around three hours to complete and involves a series of rope ladders, Tarzan swings, bridges, trapezes, stirrup [...]

Loch Lomond Paddle Steamer
Loch Lomond Paddle Steamer

Take a gentle and unhurried look at nature and bygone years from aboard the Maid of the Loch. Moored at Balloch Pier, the Maid of the Loch is the last and largest of a succession of paddle steamers that have plied the Loch since 1818. Ongoing Major Renovation The Maid of the Loch was rescued [...]

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