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Best things to do in Edinburgh

“Such a great museum with lovely eateries too. The Tower Restaurant is very special on the top floor. Have a cocktail on the terrace first the views are stunning.”
569 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Ten minutes walk from our AirBnB - Home to Scotland’s outstanding collection of modern and contemporary art.”
343 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“The Scottish National Portrait Gallery is a beautiful red sandstone building on Queen Street housing regular exhibitions and events.”
214 locals recommend
Science Museum
“If you love to explore different views of camera and mirrors you must visit to Obscura. Its a part of castle been converted into camera obscura for travellers attraction. ”
147 locals recommend
Boat or Ferry
“Royal family ship, now permanent museum, docked at Ocean Terminal, Leith (10 min walk)”
160 locals recommend
Science Museum
“Close to the centre, good for anyone with a natural sciences interest, also has a small soft play. Close to the parliament. ”
108 locals recommend
Boat or Ferry
“Yacht was inaugurated by The Queen. Its open for public view. Very nice view of Edinburgh Ocean Terminal and shore. ”
96 locals recommend
General Entertainment
“Edinburgh has some of the creepiest dungeon and tunnel networks imaginable. It's certainly an interesting experience!”
43 locals recommend
“Fancy a glass? The Scotch Whiskey experience takes you through the history of whiskey in Scotland in the museum and finishes with a shop full of the best whiskeys' Scotland offers!”
59 locals recommend
“Want to see the weird and wonderful history of medicine in its birthplace? Come to the Surgeons hall museum! ”
48 locals recommend
“An amazing Victorian building with a huge, beautiful hall and lots of interesting things to see. Bring lots of time or, as it's free, nip in and out at your leisure : )”
40 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“For art lovers. Think this is for more local artists showcasing their work. ”
67 locals recommend
Art Gallery
“Beautiful paintings in the heart of Edinburgh. Free entrance to regular exhibitions. ”
23 locals recommend
History Museum
“The Museum of Edinburgh, formerly known as Huntly House Museum, is a museum in Edinburgh, Scotland, housing a collection relating to the town's origins, history and legends”
32 locals recommend
“The Museum of Childhood is a collection of children's toys and playthings, situated on the Royal Mile, in Edinburgh, Scotland. It was the first museum in the world to specialise in the history of childhood.”
9 locals recommend
“Haven’t been myself so you would have to google to ascertain if this something you’d like to visit whilst in the city.”
24 locals recommend