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M&D’s Scotland’s Theme Park

The Strathclyde Loch was constructed in 1965 and is an artificial lake that is located in the Strathclyde Country Park, in Lanarkshire. It is known as one of the most popular parks in Scotland and offers visitors a variety of attractions such as camping sites, music festivals, watersports and the M&D’s Scotland’s Theme Park. The theme park is a very popular attraction for families, as it has a host of activities and rides for all to enjoy. Set within this picturesque park, Scotland’s Theme Park is a wonderful way to spend a day filled with fun and excitement.

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Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park

In 1991 Scotland designated their first woodland park, which is located near the City of Perth and stretches for approximately four kilometers from one side to the next. The Kinnoull Hill Woodland Park is jointly owned by the Forestry Commission Scotland and the Perth and Kincross Council, and is one of the most breathtaking woodland parks in the country. Locals and visitors often escape to this natural wonder to enjoy the beauty of nature and the tranquility of the landscape.

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Hiking in Glen Etive

For an off-the-beaten-track adventure there is no better destination in Scotland than Glen Etive. It is so isolated that many miss the turn off. Located on the route between Rannoch Moor and Glen Coe, the road to Glen Etive is a narrow single track that is best known to hiking and nature enthusiasts who frequent Glen Etive for its breathtaking views and magnificent landscapes. Glen Etive is unique in the sense that there is no village or town, just wide open spaces with fresh air and abounding beauty.

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Atholl Country Life Museum

Hearing or reading about the history of a city or village is interesting, but being able to see and experience it is a unique and rare opportunity. The Atholl Country Life Museum retraces the lives of those in Atholl, looking at family life, public services and even some of the colorful people who lived in this quaint destination in Scotland. Looking back over the centuries, the Atholl Country Life Museum has documented the development and modernization of Atholl. Through its interactive and detailed displays, visitors to the museum will find it to be an attraction that will fascinate and entertain the entire family.

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Back to the Past Onboard the Waverley

The moment you step onboard you can sense you will experience a memorable day out. The distinctive red funnels tower above you, timber decks welcome your feet as gleaming brass and varnish create a whiff of nostalgia from the past. This graceful paddle steamer gives pleasure to thousands as she resumes her traditional “Doon the Watter” sailings on the Clyde.

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Celebrating Scottish Whisky

Good food, brilliant entertainment and great Scotch whisky are all features of the annual Spirit of Speyside Whisky Festival. The event takes place in the Speyside region, which is found in the north east of Scotland.

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Balnakeil Craft Village: Arts and Crafts at its Best

Nestled in the hills not far from Durness Village in Sutherland, art lovers will find Balnakeil Craft Village. The craft village is a collection of craft workshops that cover almost every type of craft imaginable, including handmade soaps, paintings, pottery, basketry, woodwork, screen printing, leatherwork, wool work and enamelwork.

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Discover What Awaits on the Isle of Cumbrae

Scotland is a beautiful country that is filled with surprises. One such hidden gem is the Isle of Cumbrae or ‘Great Cumbrae’. The island is the larger of two islands (the Cumbraes) situated in western Scotland in the lower Firth of Clyde. It is only 3.9 kilometers long and 2 kilometers wide, but there is a lot packed into this small little piece of paradise!

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