Seacliff Beach – East Lothian: Complete Visitor Guide

Seacliff Beach is situated 5 miles south of North Berwick in East Lothian.

This remote beach is overlooked by the dramatic ruins of Tantallon Castle and is best known for its unusual sandstone harbour which is said to be the smallest in the UK.

Preston Mill – East Lothian: Complete Visitor Guide

Preston Mill is located next to the River Tyne in picturesque farming country in the heart of East Lothian.

The mill dates from the 18th-century and was used commercially until the 1950s but is now open as a tourist attraction managed by the National Trust for Scotland.

Discover this unique historic attraction with this guide which includes a 360° virtual tour.

Prestongrange Museum – East Lothian: Complete Visitor Guide

Prestongrange in the coastal village of Prestonpans is a free-to-visit outdoor museum that showcases East Lothian’s rich industrial heritage.

The museum aims to educate visitors about the 800-years of industrial activity that left its mark on the area, from the almost-vanished harbour to the long-abandoned colliery.

Dalkeith Country Park – Midlothian: Complete Visitor Guide

The historic county of Midlothian seems to be permanently out of favour with visiting tourists – mainly due to the fact that it borders Edinburgh and most sightseers have already got their hands full trying to fit in as many city attractions as possible before hopping on the coach to their next destination.

Dirleton Castle – East Lothian: Complete Visitor Guide

Dirleton Castle is a medieval fortress in East Lothian that you’ve probably never heard of, and yet it offers a fascinating glimpse into Scotland’s past that’s certainly worthy of a visit if you’ve got any interest in historic sites.