Rosslyn Chapel – Midlothian: Complete Visitor Guide

This stunning chapel has its origins dating back to 1446 and it’s become a popular destination for anyone with an interest in history and architecture due to the ornate stone carvings that seem to cover every square inch of its walls.

Inchcolm Island and Abbey – Edinburgh: Complete Visitor Guide

Inchcolm Island lies in the Firth of Forth just six miles from Edinburgh city centre and four miles east of the Forth Rail bridge. Although relatively small at only 22 acres it has plenty of things to see and do and combined with the ferry trip from South Queensferry it’s a great family day out.

The Forth Road Bridge – Edinburgh: Complete Visitor Guide

You might be wondering why a bridge has been included in a website about Scotland’s tourist attractions, but bear with me because I think the Forth Road Bridge is well worth taking the time to visit if you come to explore Edinburgh and the Lothians.

Pressmennan Wood – East Lothian: Complete Visitor Guide

Pressmennan Wood is a gorgeous woodland area in rural East Lothian that runs alongside a ribbon-shaped lake that offers quiet walks along several paths with views towards the Firth of Forth and across the rolling East Lothian countryside.