The McManus museum and art gallery in Dundee is one of the city’s foremost tourist attractions, and it’s most notable for the beautiful building that houses the fascinating collections exploring the fields of fine art, natural history, modern industry, the local landscape and more.
If you’re stuck for ideas for things to do in Scotland in winter then you’ve come to the right place. Read on for some top tips and ideas that will help you have fun even if it’s freezing outside.
While most visitors to Cullen will undoubtedly have an ‘ah, of course…!’ moment when they realise this pretty little village is actually the birthplace of Cullen Skink soup, they’ll likely have several more unexpected outbursts once they start roaming the gorgeous coastline that borders the village.
The Midlothian Snowsports Centre located in the Pentland Hills area of Edinburgh offers a variety of fun outdoor activities that the whole family can enjoy – even if it’s the middle of summer and there’s no snow.
The Royal Highland Show has been celebrated as the biggest showcase of Scotland’s agriculture and countryside for well over a hundred years.