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Visitor Attractions in Lothian and Edinburgh


Go Ape!, Beecraigs Country Park, near Linlithgow

Go Ape!    Beecraigs Country Park    near Linlithgow

The UK's No.1 Tree Top Adventure. Take to the trees and speed down zip slides. They're part of an ardrenalin filled course of rope bridges, Tarzan swings and crossings; all set up to 120 feet above the forest floor. Go Ape offers up to three hours of tree top fun. It's a great way to get outdoors and have an adventure. We take one lush, green forest and a healthy dollop of breathtaking scenery; blend with a smattering of tree-top high wires, tricky crossings (using ladders, walkways, bridges and tunnels, rope and super-strong cable) and wind-in-your-face zip wires; and finish off with a liberal dose of people in search of their inner ape.

Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh

Royal Botanic Garden    Edinburgh

The Botanics captures the imagination of everyone who visits and is world renowned for its horticultural excellence. Over 70 acres of beautifully landscaped grounds provide a tranquil haven just one mile from the city centre.

Open daily, free entry to gardens and biodiversity and information centre in the John Hopeton Gateway, charge for the glasshouses. Cafes and restaurant, gift shop and plant sales.

Bass Rock Boat Trips on the Sula II, North Berwick

Bass Rock Boat Trips on the Sula II    North Berwick

Boat Trips from North Berwick around Bass Rock, Fidra and Craigleith. Welcome to Sula II, the traditional launch that provides boat trips from North Berwick harbour to the world famous Bass Rock, Craigleith ('The Craig') and to Fidra.

Forth Boat Tours, South Queensferry

Forth Boat Tours    South Queensferry

Join us on a boat trip on the Forth Belle and enjoy unrivalled views of the Firth of Forth and its magnificent bridges and islands! Sit in the heated observation lounge or on the outside decks and listen to the guided commentary while you enjoy a drink from the bar.

We sail out into the Firth of Forth and close to some of the smaller islands where you'll get a chance to see all sorts of boating activities.


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