Visiting Edinburgh

Edinburgh visitor attractions and info.

A new charity supporting the work of the Council-owned Lagganlia Centre for Outdoor Learning was launched earlier today at Edinburgh City Chambers.

Historic Scotland is seeking planning permission from the City of Edinburgh Council to install a new flagpole at Edinburgh Castle that will be seen from Princes

See for yourself the wealth of creative talent on your doorstep at The Market!

The newly refurbished National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh was the most visited attraction outside of London in 2011, according to figures published by The Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA) today.

The 224-year old General Register House at North Bridge is the latest historic building to be laser-scanned and digitally recorded as part of ongoing proje

An action plan for Edinburgh's Old and New Towns will be launched this week to "promote and protect the iconic status" of Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site (WHS).

Hermitage of Braid and Blackford Hill Nature Reserve is already a popular beauty spot with a variety of striking landscapes: mature broadleaved woodland, a wildflower meadow, a wetland spot, a good-sized pond, a disused quarry, and a river, the Braid Burn, that flows through the reserve.

The fifth person to be honoured by the people of Edinburgh with a special award for making an outstanding contribution to the city received his accolade at the

The National Trust for Scotland’s Bannockburn Heritage Centre opens for visitors on 1 March 2012 for its final season.

An Edwardian murder mystery, a Venetian masked ball and an 18th century extravaganza are among the line-up of events being planned for the second Festival of Museums weekend this summer.