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Take in the Fascinating Sight of the Falkirk Wheel

Scotland is littered with breathtaking sights and noteworthy tourist attractions. These may be historical buildings, natural features, or architectural and engineering masterpieces. One of those engineering feats is the Falkirk Wheel, near the town of Falkirk.

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Relax in the Beautiful Glenwhan Gardens

The exquisite 12-acre Glenwhan Gardens are located on the hills above the picturesque village of Dunragit, about 6 miles south of Stranraer in Scotland. Glenwhan Gardens is a treasure trove of natural beauty just waiting to be explored. Including two lochs, a wilderness area with a pond and plenty of wildlife, as well as a tearoom serving delicious home-made cuisine, a visit to these beautiful gardens is a welcome break for tourists and locals alike.

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Tour the Historical Estate of Ardgrain

Ardgrain, or Nether Ardgrain is located near to the old road that used to run from Aberdeen to Fraserburgh, but can now only be reached by a small, narrow track that leads to the house. It is believed that since the 1400s many structures have been built on the site of the current day Ardgrain. It has become an important historical site in Scotland and was listed as a Grade A site of not only historical significance but of architectural importance.

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Inveraray Jail - An Unusual Interactive Attraction

Inveraray Jail served as the courthouse and prison for Argyll in Scotland in days gone by. Currently it is an interesting and unique tourist attraction that visitors can explore at their leisure, joining in activities such as facing the judge, joining the jury, hearing the verdict, meeting the prison staff and socializing with the prisoners.

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Explore the Wonders of Our Dynamic Earth

The fascinating science centre and conference venue, Our Dynamic Earth, in Edinburgh, Scotland, aims to facilitate a better understanding of earth science – the study of the forces that have shaped, and continue to shape, our planet. Using advanced multi-sensory technology the centre takes visitors through eleven galleries, each with a theme, telling the enthralling story of the earth’s past and present as well as looking into the future. Our Dynamic Earth is aptly situated at the foot of Salisbury Crags where the renowned 18th century geologist, James Hutton, did the majority of his most important work.

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Adventures Await at Landmark Forest Theme Park

Approximately twenty-three miles from Inverness in Scotland, is a thirty-acre world of wonder, nature and activity that offers a fun and relaxing outing for the whole family. Even adults are able to forget their age here and enjoy the many adventures that wait behind the gates of the Landmark Forest Theme Park. This is a theme park that has become so popular in Scotland that at times it has needed to close an activity just to get the rows of people to decrease!

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The Sparkling Stonehaven Fireball Festival

The residents of the pretty sea-side town of Stonehaven in Scotland are no doubt looking forward to the Stonehaven Fireball Festival which is held on the 31st of December each year. This spectacular sight of people proceeding along High Street swinging balls of fire in the dark is worth seeing. But what is the event all about?

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Stirling's Hogmanay

On 31 December 2007, the esplanade of Stirling Castle in Stirling, Scotland, will come alive with party-goers gathering together for the fun-filled family event of Stirling’s Hogmanay where crowds will bid farewell to 2007 and welcome 2008. Steeped in ancient tradition and legends, the annual celebration of hogmanay is looked forward to by locals and visitors alike, and the Stirling Hogmanay event has always been a big success.

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