Edinburgh Castle is steeped in the country’s rich history. Located on top of an extinct volcano, its iconic silhouette has been the backdrop of Edinburgh’s skyline since the Iron Age.
The National Museums are a body of museums in Scotland that are famed for their historical importance and contributions to Scotland’s culture.
Within its impressive architecture, you can see the nation’s rich history and its political evolution in its grandeur.
The Royal Botanic Garden was founded in 1670 and contains a stunning collection of over 13,000 species of plants and fauna.
It’s exhibits contain detailed anatomical models that date back to 1832 and showcase more than 300 years worth of scientific research.