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  • A Family Outing to Satrosphere Science Centre

    The Satrosphere Science Centre in Aberdeen, Scotland, was established in 1988 and forms a part of the scientific centers network in Scotland that includes the Glasgow Science Centre, ...

  • Edinburgh International Book Festival

    In 1983, Edinburgh, in Scotland, hosted the very first Edinburgh International Book Festival, and its popularity and interest from various countries saw to it that the festival became an ...

  • The Edinburgh International Climbing Arena – Accept The Challenge!

    Climbing is steadily gaining in popularity all around the world as a sport that is both physically and mentally challenging. Dedicated climbing enthusiasts are always on the lookout for a ...

  • Aberdeen International Youth Festival

    The first festival of its kind was held in the 1960’s when Lionel Bryer and Blyth Major saw the creation of a festival as a way to promote music by getting local and international youth ...

  • Mysterious Maes Howe in Orkney

    The Neolithic chambered cairn known as Maes Howe is situated on Orkney’s Mainland Island in Scotland. Rising up in a conspicuous mound in the middle of a field, Maes Howe, which is one of ...

  • Don’t Miss Shetland Fiddle Frenzy

    The fifth Shetland Fiddle Frenzy will take place between the 4th and the 10th of August 2008. The success it has enjoyed over the last few years has seen a growing number of international ...

  • Explore the Splendor of the Dawyck Botanical Garden

    Just southwest of the town of Peebles, in Scotland, awaits the world’s most spectacular arboreta. As the breathtaking blankets of daffodils and snowdrops give way to summer and its wondrous ...

  • Venture into the History of the Scottish Highlands

    The historic village of Killin sits almost exactly in the center of Scotland, surrounded by the spectacular landscapes of Breadalbane, Scotland’s High Country. Killin is steeped in ...

  • Glasgow River Festival Excitement for All

    The Glasgow River Festival is a highlight on the family-oriented social events calendar of Scotland’s largest city. Taking place from 19 to 20 July 2008, the Glasgow River Festival offers a ...

  • Travel Back in Time With the Alford Valley Railway

    The expanding British railway network reached the town of Alford in 1859, and as it had for many small towns and villages in the country, the railway brought hope, expansion and prosperity. ...