Just a stone's throw from Camera Obscura & World of Illusions, Edinburgh's most famous landmark welcomes over 1 million visitors a year. Make sure to visit the Scottish Crown Jewels.
National Museum of Scotland
The UK's most popular visitor attraction outside of London and is free for all visitors. See collections from all over the world, taking in the wonders of nature, art, design and fashion and science and technology.
The Scott Monument
A Victorian Gothic monument to Scottish author Sir Walter Scott stands proudly on Princes Street. An obvious marker in the skyline when looking out from our Rooftop Terrace.
Princes Street Gardens
A beautiful green space right in the heart of the city. Stop for a picnic in the spring and summer and during the winter take in the Christmas market stalls, ride the Big Wheel and fair ground rides.
The Palace of Holyrood House
Situated at the bottom of the Royal Mile, this is the Queens official residence in Edinburgh and home of Scotland's royal history. Open to the public every day for tours.