Save valuable vacation time with skip-the-line access to Edinburgh Castle on this walking tour. Avoid hours of waiting in line and breeze right inside with your priority admission ticket. Then, listen to your guide's commentary about the Scottish landmark's history as you walk through one of Scotland's most famous landmarks.
Avoid the queues at the ticket office and head straight to the scanning point to explore at your own pace. Visit St. Margaret's Chapel, marvel at the Scottish Crown Jewels in the Royal Palace, and discover the battles that shaped Scottish history at the on-site National War Museum. Whichever part of Scotland’s royal past intrigues you, you’re sure to find it at this imposing fortress on Castle Rock.
Build your own custom (and cost-efficient!) tour of Scotland’s best attractions with the Historic Scotland Explorer Pass! With your 5-day or 14-day pass, visit castles, cathedrals, distilleries and more! Make the most of the advanced ticket entry at popular sites like Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle, and discounted audio tours at select venues. With free entry to more 77 attractions around the country, the Explorer Pass offers something for the whole family.
Guarantee entrance to one of Edinburgh's most popular attractions, and skip the ticket line, by pre-booking your admission to the Camera Obscura and World of Illusions. Choose your allotted time (morning, evening, or all-day) and get ready to enjoy the spectacle of mind-bending illusions and hands-on exhibits.
Glimpse into the lifestyle of the Royals with an audio tour of the Royal Yacht Britannia – the floating palace of Her Majesty the Queen for more than 40 years. Independently explore the stately ship’s five decks, peeking into elaborately decorated rooms like the State Apartments, the State Drawing Room, the Queen’s Bedroom and more. Add to the unique experience with some refreshment in the Royal Deck Tea Room (additional expense).
Discover the secrets that lie beneath Edinburgh’s Royal Mile on a 1-hour tour of the Real Mary King's Close. Accompanied by a costumed guide, experience Edinburgh’s past as you explore the underground streets, hear stories about real-life residents, and learn about life in Edinburgh during the 17th century.
Go behind-the-scenes of the Celtic Park Stadium in Glasgow, Scotland’s largest football stadium and home of the legendary Celtic Park Football Club. On this 60-minute tour, you’ll get to peek inside the dressing rooms, walk through the player’s tunnel, sit in the dugout, and hear all the secrets and stories of Glasgow’s most popular football team.
Skip notoriously long entrance lines when you book an admission ticket in advance to Holyroodhouse, Scotland’s royal residence. Head straight in and start exploring the grounds and historic rooms where Mary Queen of Scots, Bonnie Prince Charlie, and the current Queen of England have all lived and conducted business.
Make the most of your time in Edinburgh on an immersive underground history tour. The Edinburgh Dungeon includes live actor shows, stunning special effects, and two thrilling rides to bring the darkest episodes of Scotland's history to life. Come face to face with Sawney Bean's cannibal clan, visit a 19th-century anatomy theatre, meet Edinburgh’s baddest witch, or learn the gory details about the plague. For the truly brave, there is a terrifying drop dead ride to doom at the Grassmarket gallows! Discover Edinburgh’s gory history, take a boat ride in the dark, and enjoy scary fun surprises at every turn.Flexible ticket – you choose when you’d like to visit the Edinburgh Dungeon.Boat ride, drop ride, and interactive live actor shows.
Designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the world of whisky, this guided tour of the Scotch Whisky Experience in Edinburgh is the ideal choice for travelers wanting to learn more about Scotland’s national drink. Take a whisky barrel ride through a replica distillery, view the world’s largest collection of Scotch whisky, enjoy a guided tasting session, and take home a souvenir of a crystal whisky glass. This tour is also a fun and suitable expereince for travelers aged under 18.
Skip the line and save time by pre-booking your admission to Blair Castle and gardens. Get in-depth insight into the history of the castle and the people associated with it, including Mary Queen of Scots, the Jacobites, and Queen Victoria. Explore 30 rooms filled with such artifacts as weapons used at the Battle of Culloden, then venture into the extensive grounds, home to some of the tallest trees in Scotland and a 9-acre walled garden.
Glimpse into the decedent world of Scottish royalty with this ticket to Stirling Castle. While away the hours exploring the former royal residence, once home to James IV and Mary Queen of Scots. Tour the Renaissance Royal Palace, the Great Hall and the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regimental Museum, and learn the castle’s rich history including the coronation of the infant Queen Mary and famous battles like the Battle of Stirling Bridge.
Enjoy one of the most convenient and hassle-free ways to discover Edinburgh and visit its top attractions when you book an Edinburgh City Pass. Pick between 1-, 2-, and 3-day voucher options; each pass includes an open-return tram ticket from the airport for maximum convenience. Your pass entitles you to free entry to 18 of the city’s highlights, from the Edinburgh Zoo and Edinburgh Dungeons to the Glenkinchie Distillery and Rabbie's Edinburgh City Bus Tours. Pick the offerings that interest you most, and explore at your own pace.
Skip the line on your visit to one of Scotland's most popular attractions on this Edinburgh Castle walking tour. Walk up the Royal Mile toward to the castle with your guide while they share insight into the significance of the fortification in Scottish history and introduce you to some of the key characters associated with it. Once inside, explore the main buildings as your guide provides further details about such elements as the one o'clock gun, the Argyle Battery, and the castle dungeons. Please note, fast-track tickets are purchased separately from the guide.
Uncover the truths and legends of the notorious battle of 1746 at the interactive Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre. See medieval weapons, walk the battle lines and learn about the clash between Jacobite Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Duke of Cumberland through fascinating multi-media exhibitions. Choose from a single entrance ticket or upgrade to a 3- or 7-day Discover Ticket and enjoy access to 90 of Scotland’s National Trust museums, stately homes and historic attractions.
The Holyrood Distillery - Whisky Tour and Tasting is approximately 60 minutes long, and is led by an expert guide. The experience takes place in the whisky distillery and maturation room, where you will be introduced to the world of single malt whisky, but particularly to the process, ingredients and equipment used in Holyrood’s approach to single malt whisky production. You will also enjoy opportunities to sample from our specially selected whisky range.
Beat the lines by booking your entry ticket to SeaLife Loch Lomond in advance. Inside the interactive aquarium, you’ll have access to exhibits such as Predators of the Reef, an Ocean Tank, and Tropical Ocean Tunnel, home to diverse marine life such as sharks, clown fish, and manta rays. Plus, you’ll have the chance to touch starfish in the immersive rock pools. A fun-filled family day out is guaranteed at SeaLife Loch Lomond.
Learn about one of Scotland’s favorite beers—Tennent’s, by going on a behind-the-scenes brewery tour. Discover fascinating insights about beer production that you likely wouldn’t find out about otherwise, and see brewing artifacts that date back to the 1500s. See the processes that go into making beer—from kegging, to bottling, and canning. A perk of the tour is that a delicious beer tasting is included.
Visit the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots and follow in the footsteps of some of Scotland’s most famous royals with a visit to the magnificent ruins of Linlithgow Palace. Pre-book your entrance tickets and explore the grand residence independently, stopping to admire the great hall, peek in the court kitchens and royal chapel, and enjoy the views from Queen Margaret’s Bower. Your tickets offer flexible entry, so you can arrive at any time and stay as long as you want.
More than just the birthplace of Scotland's national poet Robert Burns, the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum is an entryway to the village of Alloway and offers a peek back in time to Scottish village life in the 18th century. Explore the museum on your own time when you book your entrance ticket in advance, which can be redeemed anytime during the museum's regular operating hours.
More than a picturesque stop on your Scotland tour, Culross Palace contains heaps of history within its walls and is representative of a typical 17th to 18th century Scottish burgh. Explore Culross Palace's rooms and gardens on your own with this entrance ticket, which grants access to the Edinburgh area attraction during normal operating hours. Look around carefully and you may even recognize some of the palace and gardens from the hit television series Outlander.
The Gordon Highlanders Museum is a 5-star Visit Scotland attraction and tells the compelling and dramatic 200 year story of the Gordon Highlanders from the Napoleonic Wars to the modern day, using spectacular displays, film and the passion and knowledge of our guides. Following in the footsteps of serving soldiers, the museum takes you on an eye-opening journey through the history of “the Finest Regiment in the World“ (Sir Winston Churchill, 1900), with a story spanning 200 years of world history which includes 19 Victoria Crosses with 11 on display!With a fabulous Tea Room serving cakes, sandwiches, panini's, hot and cold drinks as well as a fully stocked Gift shop and FREE parking on site, a day out at the award-winning Gordon Highlanders Museum is a must when in the North East of Scotland.
The Speyside region of north-eastern Scotland is renowned for its single malt whiskies, which are sold all around the world. On this tour, immerse yourself in Scotland’s whisky-making history and heritage as you visit three Speyside distilleries in one day. Visit distilleries such as Macallan, Glenfarclas, Glenfiddich, or Aberlour; learn about the whisky-making process on a guided tour; and sample a selection of different whiskies.