Edinburgh's Winter Festivals
St. Andrew's Day commemorates Scotland's patron saint and is a Scottish Bank Holiday, although employers are not obliged to give employees time off. St. Andrew's Day is marked on 30th November every year. If that date is on the weekend, the St. Andrew's Day Bank Holiday takes place on the following Monday 1st or 2nd December.
Over 250 years after his birth, Robert Burns’ influence on Scottish language and culture is alive and well.
The Real Scottish Christmas Fair will bring together Scottish makers, designers & traders from across Scotland.
Edinburgh Castle is among 40 of Scotland’s castles and other historic attractions which will be giving away free tickets over the weekend of Saturday 1st
Edinburgh’s Royal Mile is the obvious place to start for a taste of Burns and the Scottish Storytelling Centre, right in the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town, doesn’t disappoint.
A favourite event of the winter season, the Scottish Ensemble’s annual concert by candlelight comes to the beautiful surroundings of Greyfriars Kirk, giving Edinburgh audiences the chance to
Join us for some festive fun at the Sick Kids Carol Service at the historic Church of St. Cuthbert’s.