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Edinburgh Castle
9
Old Town
10 reviews
A visit to the majestic Edinburgh Castle is a must. — Afar Magazine
National Museum of Scotland
9
Old Town
8 reviews
This is actually two museums in one. For the history (or in modern parlance the "narrative") of Scotland, stick to the newer sandstone structure. — Frommer's
Palace of Holyroodhouse
9
Old Town
8 reviews
Once the haunt of Mary, Queen of Scots, and the setting for high drama... this is now Queen Elizabeth's official residence in Scotland. — Fodor's
St Giles' Cathedral
8
Old Town
8 reviews
The beautiful crown spire was completed in 1495... the interior lacks grandeur but is rich in history. — Lonely Planet
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art One
8
Stockbridge & Dean Village
5 reviews
A head emerges from the pavement at the entrance of Modern One, a grand Neoclassical building dating back to 1825. — Frommer's
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
8
Stockbridge & Canonmills
8 reviews
Twenty-eight beautifully landscaped hectares include splendid Victorian palm houses, colourful swathes of rhododendrons and azaleas, and a world-famous rock garden. — Lonely Planet
The Real Mary King's Close
8
Old Town
8 reviews
It explores a series of narrow 17th century streets, subsequently built over and closed to the public until the first tours began in 1990s. — The Telegraph
Rosslyn Chapel
8
3 reviews
Rosslyn Chapel has always beckoned curious visitors intrigued by the various legends surrounding its magnificent carvings, but today it pulses with tourists as never before. — Fodor's
Princes Street Gardens
8
Old Town
6 reviews
These beautiful gardens lie in a valley that was once occupied by the Nor’ Loch... they are split in the middle by The Mound. — Lonely Planet
The Meadows
8
East
5 reviews
Before being integrated into the capital, The Meadows was an elegant walkway belonging to the town of Muir — Michelin Guide
The Scottish Parliament
8
Old Town
6 reviews
The abstract motif repeated on the facade facing the Canongate was apparently inspired by Raeburn's painting. — Frommer's
Edinburgh Zoo
8
West
5 reviews
One of the world's leading conservation zoos. Edinburgh's captive breeding program has helped save many endangered species. — Lonely Planet
Gladstone's Land
8
Old Town
6 reviews
It won’t take you long to get round, but it’s a fascinating recreation of the cramped conditions, even for the wealthy, in 17th-century Edinburgh. — The Telegraph
Scottish National Gallery
8
Old Town
4 reviews
This huge, classic style building contains painting collections exhibited in rooms furnished according to the period and connected by arched passageways. — Michelin Guide
John Knox House Museum
8
Old Town
7 reviews
This is arguably the most picturesque dwelling house in Edinburgh's Old Town. — Frommer's
Scottish National Portrait Gallery
8
New Town
6 reviews
A magnificent red-sandstone Gothic building dating from 1889 houses this must-see institution. — Fodor's
Hopetoun House
8
5 reviews
One of Scotland's finest stately homes, Hopetoun House has a superb location in lovely grounds beside the Firth of Forth. — Lonely Planet
Charlotte Square
7
West End
4 reviews
The northern side of the square is Adam's masterpiece and one of the finest examples of Georgian architecture anywhere. — Lonely Planet
Royal Mile
7
Old Town
4 reviews
Walking the Royal Mile is interesting - you go from one end where the castle is, to the other where you'll find the Scottish Parliament and a palacial looking building. — Afar Magazine
Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art Two
7
Stockbridge & Dean Village
3 reviews
Opened in 1999 across the road from the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, the Dean provides a home for surrealist art... — Frommer's
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