Family Attractions

Useful guides and reviews that tell you everything you need to know about Scotland’s top family tourist attractions.

Oban Airport Scenic Flight

In this article, you’ll go on an unforgettable journey through the skies with Hebridean Air Services.

This isn’t your average flight – it’s a sightseeing extravaganza, soaring from Oban Airport around the islands of the Inner Hebrides and back along the picturesque coastline of Argyll.

Oban Airport, while small, is perfectly situated for these tours which take in sights including Dunstaffnage Castle, the Isle of Mull, Easdale Island, and Tralee Bay.

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Ocean Terminal

The iconic Ocean Terminal waterfront shopping and leisure complex in Edinburgh is an unmissable destination for locals and tourists alike, offering a unique blend of retail therapy, entertainment, and fine dining experiences.

With its eclectic mix of high-street brands and independent boutiques, cinema, gym, and the impressive Royal Yacht Britannia (one of Scotland’s highest-rated attractions), Ocean Terminal is guaranteed to keep all members of the family entertained for hours on end.

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OMNi Centre

If you’re looking for a one-stop destination for entertainment and dining, then the Omni Centre is the perfect place to visit.

Located in the heart of Edinburgh, this multi-purpose complex offers a variety of activities for visitors of all ages, from catching the latest blockbuster movie to indulging in dishes from a variety of restaurants.

In this article, you’ll discover the top reasons why you should visit the Omni Centre as well as similar places to visit in the area that will make your trip to Edinburgh unforgettable.

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EICA, Clip ‘n Climb

Edinburgh International Climbing Arena offers a unique experience for both adults and children thanks to its exciting Clip ‘n Climb courses.

With a variety of challenging climbing walls and obstacles that come in a range of different shapes and sizes, you’re sure to have a memorable time at the EICA.

In this article, we’ll take a closer look at what Clip ‘n Climb is all about so you can climb to new heights in Edinburgh with this fun-filled attraction.

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Isle of Mull Hotel & Spa

Nestled on the edge of the southeast corner of the Isle of Mull is the luxurious Isle of Mull Hotel and Spa, a haven for travellers looking to escape the stresses of everyday life.

This extensive hotel offers guests an unforgettable experience of relaxation and indulgence thanks to its superb spa facilities and unparalleled oceanside views.

This article takes a closer look at the Isle of Mull Hotel and Spa to discover why it’s the perfect destination for your next getaway.

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Loch Lomond Shores

Loch Lomond Shores is a shopping and leisure complex located at the southern end of Loch Lomond in the town of Balloch.

Visitors will discover a multitude of activities at the site including several high-end shops, cafes and restaurants, a sea life centre, a bird of prey centre, woodland walks, a food and craft area, a steam shop, and watersports equipment hire.

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Camera Obscura & World of Illusions

Camera Obscura and World of Illusions – located near Edinburgh Castle – is one of the oldest purpose-built attractions in Scotland.

Visitors can experience six floors of interactive displays with exhibits that showcase optical illusions including holograms, a mirror maze and a spinning vortex tunnel.

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Glasgow Science Centre

The Glasgow Science Centre is situated on the River Clyde waterfront in Glasgow. The family-friendly attraction features a science mall, a 127-metre viewing tower and an IMAX cinema.

Discover one of Glasgow’s top tourist attractions with this guide which features an overview and useful visiting advice.

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