#BLPTIMEOUT - EDINBURGH
Scotland's capital, Edinburgh is a city like no other. Steeped in history, Edinburgh seamlessly blends old and new, providing locals with the perfect destination to experience the sights, sounds and tastes of a diverse and vibrant city.
ROYAL YACHT BRITANNIA
Built on Clydeside, the former Royal Yacht Britannia was the British Royal Family's floating holiday home during their foreign travels from the time of her launch in 1953 until her decommissioning in 1997.
SCOTTISH NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY
Visit one of Edinburgh's most iconic buildings and explore a fascinating overview of Scotland past and present though a wealth of imagery encompassing painting, photography, sculpture and film.
If you're looking to spend a little bit of time by the sea, then Cramond Island makes the perfect day trip away from the city. Built by the Romans in the 2nd century AD it is extremely picturesque
ST GILES CATHEDRAL
Situated between Edinburgh Castle and the Palace of Holyroodhouse is St Giles' Cathedral, built on an ancient sanctuary built during the ninth century.
The temple is dedicated to St Giles, patron saint of the lepers.
From geology to King Arthur and tiny coffins, Arthur's Seat is a historical treasure. An an extinct volcano, offers some of the best views of Edinburgh
DR NEIL'S GARDEN
Dr Neil's Garden is one of the most remarkable gardens in Scotland, This secluded garden is the result of the imagination, dedication and sheer hard work of Drs. Andrew and Nancy Neil. It has sometimes been called Edinburgh’s Secret Garden
SCOTTISH WHISKEY EXPERIENCE
An interactive exhibition, not a working distillery. The Scotch Whisky Experience was created when 19 individual Scotch whisky companies jointly invested money towards showcasing the Scotch whisky industry to international visitors.
Greyfriars Kirkyard is one of Edinburgh's most evocative cemeteries, a peaceful green oasis dotted with elaborate monuments. Many famous Edinburgh names are buried here, including poet Allan Ramsay
Historically sited on Blackford Hill for a clear view of the night sky, the Grade A listed Royal Observatory occupies an outstanding position with fine views across the city of Edinburgh and the nights sky
A contemporary sculpture park and art gallery open to the public half the year. The garden is a collaboration between the family, the artists and the landscape. All the works are site specific and personal to Jupiter.