Prestongrange Museum

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.

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Bonawe Pinterest

Bonawe Iron Furnace – Argyll: Complete Visitor Guide

Bonawe Historic Iron Furnace is one of those attractions you’d probably never visit if you weren’t a Historic Environment Scotland (HES) member (see the link further down the page for a bargain temporary membership offer), mainly due to the fact that it’s located pretty much in the middle of nowhere.

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Riverside Museum Glasgow Pinterest

The Glasgow Riverside Museum: Complete Visitor Guide

One of the things I really love about Glasgow is the fact that it’s so chock-full of fantastic tourist attractions, many of which are completely free to visit. And one free attraction that stands head and shoulders above most others is the Riverside Museum at Pointhouse Place on the mighty River Clyde.

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Best things Edinburgh

The Best Things To Do in Edinburgh: The Ultimate Guide

There are a huge number of things to do in Edinburgh which offer locals and visitors alike a great time, whether it’s climbing to the top of an extinct volcano, wandering down the atmospheric medieval streets that join The Royal Mile or exploring the grandest castle in Europe, all in a compact city that’s easy to navigate and oozes culture and history from every nook and cranny.

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New Lanark

New Lanark – Lanarkshire: Complete Visitor Guide

New Lanark World Heritage Site is situated on the banks of the Falls of Clyde close to the small town of Lanark in Lanarkshire, and not only is it a UNESCO site of worldwide importance but it’s also a really good tourist attraction that will keep both kids and adults entertained during their visit.

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Dallas Dhu Distillery Scotland

Dallas Dhu Distillery – Moray: Complete Visitor Guide

Dallas Dhu began life as the Dallasmore distillery in 1898 when entrepreneur Alexander Edward saw an opportunity to meet the rising demand for fine malts to be included in the blends that were popular at the time. The distillery no longer produces spirit but is instead operated by Historic Environment Scotland as a tourist attraction.

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