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  • Art Galleries

    Aberdeen Art Gallery

    The Aberdeen Art Gallery was first opened in the year 1885, and is one of the most visited galleries in Scotland. A local Scottish architect by the name of Alexander Marshall McKenzie designed the beautiful building that is home to the Aberdeen Art Gallery. Approximately 300 000 visitors flock to the Art Gallery of Aberdeen each year to appreciate the breathtaking ...

  • Fife

    Anstruther

    Anstruther, fondly known by locals as Anster, is the largest settlement in Fife's East Neuk area. This fascinating seaside village is said to have had its beginning back in the Pictish era with solid evidence also dating back to the early Christian church. A lovely picturesque village, Anstruther's busy harbor is watched over by a row of shops and restaurants.

  • Distilleries

    Dalmore Distillery

    Dalmore Distillery is unusual in many ways. Not many whisky lovers seem to be aware of this distinctive single malt that has been created in the prime barley-growing district of Scotland. The still-men who work in the distillery are basically from a few local families. There are even three generations of a family working together. They believe that their pedigreed whisky is shaped by time, ...

  • Nature Reserves

    Knowetop Loch Reserve

    The Knowetop Lochs Reserve can be found just four miles from Corsock, Dumfries and Galloway. Knowetop has two small lochs on its 23 hectares of land, which are locally known as Lowes Lochs, which means "bright and shiny lochs". The two lochs are not far from each other and are separated by a piece of woodland made up of birch trees. Herons and goosanders are popular by the lochs not only ...

  • Scottish Theatre

    Gateway Theatre

    The Gateway Theatre can be found on Elm Row, Leith Walk in Edinburgh, Scotland, and is one of the leading theatre houses that encourages international recognition for local shows and actors. Gateway is also the venue where all the Acting and Production students from the Queen Margaret University College practice and perform.

  • Castles

    Edzell

    Edzell Castle in Angus Region is an impressive ruin with one of the most attractive walled gardens in Scotland. The original wooden structure was built by the Abbott family on top of a motte around 1100. The property passed to the Stirlings of Glenesk, then by marriage to the Lindsays in 1358. It stayed with the Lindsays until 1715 and they developed the castle to what it is today.

  • Museums

    Newhaven Heritage Museum

    Please note that Newhaven Heritage Museum has been closed. The Newhaven Heritage Museum is located next to the Newhaven Harbor. This is a museum attraction in Scotland like no other. It is situated in the Newhaven Fish Market which is rich in heritage and is a living reminder of the lives that the fishing community, both men and women, led. The Newhaven Harbour used to be a ...

  • Culture

    Tv

    Whether it's to occupy yourself on a rainy day whilst under a blanket, drinking a cup of hot chocolate, or if it's to watch the late night romantic movie with your partner, everybody loves TV. In a beautiful country with plenty of rainy days, this modern convenience seems to provide even the most intrepid traveler with a few hours of great entertainment. Running mostly BBC scheduled ...

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