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  • Queensferry – Alive with Legends, Attractions and Festivities

    Because of the existence of North Queensferry, Queensferry is often referred to as South Queensferry to eliminate confusion. It name is derived from Queen Margaret of Scotland, who was the ...

  • The Wonders of Deep Sea World

    Deep Sea World, in Scotland, is not only dedicated to the conservation and protection of marine life, but also to educating and creating awareness in a fun way. It combines its many exhibits ...

  • Explore the Scotland’s Wonders on the West Highland Way

    If you enjoy walking long-distance then you simply have to attempt the West Highland Way. This magnificent trail was completed in October 1980, making it the first official long distance ...

  • Tailored Ancestry Tours in Scotland

    People move from one country to another for myriads of reasons. This has been the case throughout mankind’s history, and is probably even more so today. The result of all this migration is ...

  • Visit the Joan Eardley Exhibition

    An exhibition covering every aspect of Joan Eardley’s career is being held from 14 November 2007 to 13 February 2008 in the Royal Scottish Academy Building, part of the National Gallery of ...

  • Tom McClean’s Highland Outdoor Centre

    In 1971, legendary adventurer Tom McClean found the ideal piece of land to establish his adventure center. He became known to the world as the first man to have the determination and ...

  • The Excitement of the Kirkwall Ba’

    The Kirkwall Ba’ Game is a mass-football game which is played in the streets of the picturesque town of Kirkwall, Scotland, every Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. Dating back to the ...

  • The Hoog and Hoog Royale

    The Hoog and The Hoog Royale are two of the biggest events that will take place in Scotland during Hogmanay. For those who are not familiar with Hogmanay, it is New Years Eve, the 31st of ...

  • An Intriguing Tour of the Glasgow Necropolis

    Prominently situated on a hill above the Glasgow Cathedral (also known as the Cathedral of St. Mungo), the Glasgow Necropolis is the final resting place for at least fifty thousand people ...

  • Take Some Time Out at Bettyhill

    The village of Bettyhill is a magnificent stretch of land, located in the lost landscapes of Scotland. It is often referred to as an untouched part of Scotland and one of its best-kept ...