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The Writers’ Museum

The Writers’ Museum (Lady Stair’s Close, Edinburgh) – this museum pays tribute to the lives of three major Scottish writers: Robert Burns, Sir Walter Scott, and Robert Louis Stevenson. Tourists can see portraits, rare books and personal objects including Burns’ writing desk, the printing press on which Scott’s Waverley Novels were first produced, and Scott’s […]


The People’s Story

The People’s Story (Canongate, Royal Mile, Edinburgh) – this museum is located within the 16th century structure known as Canongate Tolbooth. Unlike other museums, this one uses oral history reminiscence and written sources to reveal the accounts of those ordinary individuals who’ve lived and worked in Edinburgh from the 18th century to the present. Admission: […]


Heart of Neolithic Orkney

Heart of Neolithic Orkney — the group of Neolithic monuments on Orkney consists of a large chambered tomb (Maes Howe), two ceremonial stone circles (the Stones of Stenness and the Ring of Brodgar) and a settlement (Skara Brae), together with a number of unexcavated burial, ceremonial and settlement sites. The group constitutes a major prehistoric […]



TAXI – black taxis can be hailed in the street, ordered by phone, or picked up at one of the many central ranks. Taxis are fairly expensive – the minimum charge varies according to the time of the ride (see fare chart below): Tariff 1: Monday – Friday 6am – 6 pm Tariff 2: Monday […]


Travelling Gallery

Travelling Gallery (various locations within Edinburgh) – this is a mobile art gallery that goes from place to place – bringing contemporary art exhibits into school and communities within the Scottish capital and other parts of Scotland. The Gallery usually tours two exhibitions per year for about four months at a time and is often […]


Scottish National Portrait Gallery

Scottish National Portrait Gallery (1 Queen Street, Edinburgh) – tourists can see one of Edinburgh’s most iconic buildings and explore a fascinating overview of Scotland’s past and present though a wealth of imagery encompassing painting, photography, sculpture and film. Such individuals are those who helped shape the nation’s identity at home and abroad: from Mary […]