3.3mi (12min) from Rosyth | 4.7mi (13min) from South Queensferry | 14.6mi (38min) from Leith | 13.4mi (31min) from Newhaven | 43.2mi (56min) from Dundee
Flemings Furniture & Antique Centre at Inverkeithing has a large showroom full of interesting objects, antiques & collectables, memorabilia and souvenirs. Some genuine Scottish history items to suit all budgets.Find a little room in your suitcase for a keepsake from Scotland.Choose from stunning jewellery to Scottish bottles and quirky little objects.
Inverkeithing | 01383 416727 | firstname.lastname@example.org
35.0mi (56min) from Rosyth | 31.0mi (48min) from South Queensferry | 27.4mi (50min) from Leith | 28.0mi (53min) from Newhaven | 77.0mi (1hr 41min) from Dundee
No matter how many people or how you arrive at
13.1mi (24min) from Rosyth | 8.1mi (23min) from South Queensferry | 14.3mi (39min) from Leith | 13.8mi (36min) from Newhaven | () from Dundee
Jupiter Artland is a 120 acre sculpture park that provides a unique outing for people visiting central Scotland. Located just outside Edinburgh, 10 minutes from the M9 we are easily accessible while removing the need to contend with city centre traffic.A guided tour offers a fantastic way to explore Jupiter Artland and you will learn so much about your surroundings. A tour generally lasts 1-1.5hours but can be tailored to suit your availability. You can then enjoy lunch overlook the farmland and the three Forth bridges or head for our amazing Café Party.
31.5mi (51min) from Rosyth | 33.5mi (50min) from South Queensferry | 43.5mi (1hr 9min) from Leith | 42.5mi (1hr 3min) from Newhaven | 17.0mi (31min) from Dundee
Kingarrock offers a round of golf with a difference - all players will be provided with original hickory clubs, an old golf bag, together with balls and tees to represent the early 20th century golfing experience.
Cupar | 01334 653421
14.9mi (31min) from Rosyth | 9.9mi (23min) from South Queensferry | 1.0mi (4min) from Leith | 0.9mi (4min) from Newhaven | 56.9mi (1hr 22min) from Dundee
Kinloch Anderson has been respected and known in Edinburgh, Scotland’s Capital City, since 1868 as the foremost experts in kilts, tartan and Highland Dress, and makers of luxury traditional clothing with a strong emphasis on Scottish Design.
The Spiritual Home of Scotch Whisky. For the whisky lover it is a pilgrimage. Lindores Abbey's has widely recognised links to the earliest reference to Scotch whisky. After 523 years you can again see single malt distillation happening once more. Lindores Abbey Distillery and visitor centre opened its doors in August 2017, heralding the revival of the site of the earliest written reference to Scotch whisky production and its vision for future preservation. The £10 million project boasts an innovative distillery, with three stills from Forsyths of Rothes within the still house; a centre celebrating the remarkable heritage of Lindores Abbey’s founding Tironensian monks via a stunning cloister exhibition and events space; and tours of the abbey ruins on the banks of the River Tay which were founded in 1192 by David Earl of Huntingdon on land given to him by his brother King William I and which have played host to generations of Scottish royalty – and even William Wallace.
16.5mi (27min) from Rosyth | 9.0mi (18min) from South Queensferry | 19.6mi (40min) from Leith | 18.6mi (38min) from Newhaven | 54.4mi (1hr 14min) from Dundee
Located on the 1822 Union Canal which linked Edinburgh and Glasgow, there are a variety of cruises to meet the needs of all the family. You can even drive one yourself. Open Easter to the end of September
The wonderful Loch Leven Brewery is situated on Kinross & Loch Leven, where Mary Queen of Scots was imprisoned in 1567 - and ONLY 15 minutes drive from Scotland’s iconic and amazing The Forth Bridges:
MEET THE MAKERS, SCOTTISH TARTAN AND CASHMERE EXPERIENCE - DAY TOUR FOR CLIENTS COMING INTO EDINBURGH PORTS. Journey to the picturesque rolling hills and valleys of the Scottish Borders, located to the south of Edinburgh, to meet the makers of Scotland’s world famous cashmere, tartan and tweeds, suppliers to famous names and leading fashion houses around the world. Enjoy a guided tour around a working mill to meet the highly talented craftspeople and hear their stories. This is an excellent opportunity to buy authentic Scottish tartans and cashmere direct from specialist mills and shops. You may wish to order a tailor made kilt or kilted skirt in a tartan of your choice. The day can be tailored to suit you and we can factor in a visit to the local Whisky distillery and Abbotsford House, depending on time. Journey time approx 2 hours each way. Monday - Fridays only. Option to travel in a Rover Classic Car or Tesla, depending on numbers. Suitable for small groups and individuals looking for a VIP luxury experience.
History is a damn good story. What it needs is a damn good telling! Our history and ghost tours take place every day in Edinburgh.
3.6mi (11min) from Rosyth | 4.8mi (10min) from South Queensferry | 14.8mi (29min) from Leith | 14.3mi (30min) from Newhaven | 45.4mi (1hr 1min) from Dundee
North Queensferry Light Tower is the world's smallest working light tower.
23.2mi (35min) from Rosyth | 19.2mi (28min) from South Queensferry | 14.5mi (27min) from Leith | 15.0mi (34min) from Newhaven | 65.3mi (1hr 24min) from Dundee
Rosslyn Chapel was founded in 1446 as a place of worship and services continue to be held here weekly. The Chapel has also been a popular destination for visitors for generations. By the late 18th-century, it was starting to appear on popular itineraries and its popularity greatly increased after the publication of Dan Brown's novel, The Da Vinci Code, in 2003 www.rosslynchapel.com
14.5mi (40min) from Rosyth | 9.6mi (32min) from South Queensferry | 3.6mi (21min) from Leith | 3.1mi (18min) from Newhaven | 56.5mi (1hr 26min) from Dundee
The Scotch Whisky Experience is a five-star rated visitor attraction located at the top of Edinburgh’s Royal Mile, next to Edinburgh Castle. The fully guided tour aims to educate and inspire visitors about Scotch Whisky, covering all aspects of production, geography, and appreciation.
Many Scottish gardens open to the public on specific days - please visit the website to find out more.
39.7mi (1hr 6min) from Rosyth | 41.7mi (1hr 5min) from South Queensferry | 51.7mi (1hr 25min) from Leith | 50.7mi (1hr 21min) from Newhaven | 21.1mi (38min) from Dundee
Hidden beneath an innocuous farmhouse is a tunnel which leads deep underground to Scotland's Secret Bunker - where the country would have been governed from in the event of a nuclear war. The command bunker was kept secret for more than 40 years but is now open to visitors. See how the important people would have survived! Great day out for rainy days and there is also a cafe.
13.3mi (26min) from Rosyth | 7.9mi (19min) from South Queensferry | 3.7mi (16min) from Leith | 3.2mi (13min) from Newhaven | () from Dundee
Discover your Scottish heritage with us at ScotlandShop. We carry over 500 clan and regional tartans with swatches available to peruse in our Edinburgh shop and Clan cards available to take away free of charge.
24.2mi (30min) from Rosyth | 21.6mi (28min) from South Queensferry | 25.5mi (46min) from Leith | 25.0mi (42min) from Newhaven | () from Dundee
We are the largest collection of owls in the world with over 120 owls from 45 species from around the globe, housed in spacious aviaries all on a flat fully accessible site. As well as looking round at all the owls and learning about their habits and habitats from the interpretation boards, visitors can enjoy 2 daily all-weather indoor flying displays. Experiencing the owls flying up close along with the entertaining educational commentary by our very knowledgeable keepers, make these the highlight of any visit. Between April and August we also have a third daily static presentation. Although these public presentations are at set times, we would offer any cruise excursions a separate private flying display if this fitted better with their schedule. Flying displays are 30 minutes long and visitors can take anything from 45 minutes to 2 hours to look round the rest of the Owl Centre. Visitors can pay a few pounds extra to hold an owl for a photo. We also have a children's play area with a giant owl chute, a child-friendly interactive education area, a small gift shop and there is a cafe opposite us within the country park.
Whitburn | +4415 01228184 | www.scottishowlcentre.com
72.4mi (1hr 35min) from Rosyth | 40.7mi (57min) from South Queensferry | 25.1mi (45min) from Leith | 25.6mi (48min) from Newhaven | 86.6mi (1hr 51min) from Dundee
Perched on a rocky outcrop overlooking the islands of the Firth of Forth, the 5 star Scottish Seabird Centre offers something for all ages. A world-leader in remote wildlife viewing, in the Discovery Centre visitors can control interactive live cameras to zoom in on the wildlife on the Bass Rock, plus other islands and harbours.
() from Rosyth | 42.5mi (1hr 6min) from South Queensferry | 52.8mi (1hr 31min) from Leith | () from Newhaven | 21.5mi (39min) from Dundee
An innocent looking farmhouse conceals the entrance to Scotland's best kept secret for over 40 years. Come and see for yourself, Scotland's Secret Underground Nuclear Command Centre, near St Andrews, and discover the twilight world of the Government Cold War. This amazing labyrinth, on two levels, 100 feet below ground, and encased in 15 feet of reinforced concrete, is where central government and military commanders would have run the country had the UK been attacked and nuclear war broken out. The Bunker contains two cinemas, a cafe, the nuclear operations room, an RAF control centre and the Royal Observer Corps and dormitories. Scotland's best kept secret is on your doorstep!
30.2mi (44min) from Rosyth | 33.2mi (49min) from South Queensferry | 42.5mi (1hr 9min) from Leith | 42.0mi (1hr 5min) from Newhaven | () from Dundee
Teasses Estate is set in the Heart of Fife, ten miles in-land from Saint Andrews and fifty minutes from the centre of Edinburgh. The estate has undergone extensive renovation over the last twenty years, the owners, together with their family and staff have restored the 1,100 acre estate to the spectacular landscape and gardens you see today. Teasses boasts sixty acres of stunning and horticulturally interesting gardens. The wider estate is home to some of Scotland’s most secretive native fauna, such as the red squirrel and roe deer. The estate's hundreds of acres of organic pasture produces top quality beef and lamb.
Located in the heart of Dunfermlines' Heritage Quarter, just a stones' throw from the historic Abbey and new Carnegie Library and Galleries, we sell Antiques, Collectibles and Curios.
45.6mi (1hr 4min) from Rosyth | 41.7mi (56min) from South Queensferry | 27.8mi (47min) from Leith | 28.3mi (50min) from Newhaven | 87.7mi (1hr 49min) from Dundee
Thirlestane Castle nestles in the hills of the beautiful Scottish Borders just 35 minutes south of Edinburgh.