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824 fun things to do in Scotland

There is so much to do in Scotland, it’s not surprising it is a top travel destination. If you’re looking for outdoor adventure, watersports or test your skills on some fantastic mountain bike trails, Scotland has it all. For a more leisurely approach, there are spectacular castles to visit, creative workshops to inspire and more leisurely pursuits to explore.

Things to do in Scotland

Jac’s Axe Throwing Range provides visitors with the feeling of pure satisfaction when they sink their first axe into a target! If you have ever wanted to try axe throwing but aren’t sure where to do it, Jac’s Axe Throwing Range is …

Ever wanted to master the skill of axe throwing? Or discover your inner caveman or woman? Of course, you have! And now you can do it with your friends at Axe Hurling Dundee. Head along to Scotland’s first-ever axe hurling centre and perfect …

FREEDOM! Let off some steam by learning how to throw axes with this new trend that is sweeping across the nation. The coaches will always be there to give you tips and tricks. But it is up to you to see how …

Bathgate Club is 2 miles from the main M8 motorway which divides central Scotland and Edinburgh, and Glasgow and Stirling are less than half an hour by car from the train station, which has a direct connection to Edinburgh and Glasgow Queen …

Planning a trip to the Outer Hebrides? Travel in style by flying to Barra and landing on Britain’s only beach runway! Take off from Glasgow and enjoy the incredible views as you pass over the world-famous Loch Lomond. See the Atlantic Ocean …

Get back to basics and enjoy the great outdoors once more. Located just seven miles north of Dunoon, Benmore Botanic Garden boasts one of Scotland’s most scenic facilities. Nestled within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National park and the Argyll Forrest Park. …

Visit the luscious and serene Biggar Boating pond a park like no other. The boating pond in Biggar is stunning with a beautiful half mile long pond in the middle of the park with swans and ducks. boats are available that you …

Enter what was one of the first small-town gasworks to open in Scotland – and among the last to close. For more than 130 years, the industrial plant made coal gas for use in the town and beyond. Almost all of the …

In the small town of Biggar there is a lot on offer. A lot of events happen at the Biggar Corn Exchange from plays to theatre groups and workshops. One of the most unique things on offer at the Biggar Corn Exchange …

If you are visiting the Isle of Tiree why not use a means of exploring with ease! At Tiree Fitness, visitors can choose from a wide range of bikes to hire to make exploring the island a little easier! With electric bikes …

Wanting to explore the east part of Lothian differently? EZ riders are dedicated to providing you with the best cycling exploration experience there is. By providing electric bikes of all ranges you will be able to cycle around all corners of East …

Are you looking for an interesting and alternative way to discover Inverness? Then explore the city by bike! Inverness Bike Tours operate between the months of March and October and will have you cover approximately 10 kilometres, capturing all the sights and …

Wanting to go sightseeing on a boat? Sula Boat trips offer boat rides to the famous locations that are on the sea. Boat rides include trips to the famous Bass Rock from North Berwick, an Isle of May sightseeing trip and a …

Are you looking to explore Tiree? Why not take a boat trip with Tiree Sea Tours! The tours on offer involve discovering some of the most scenic locations in and around the Tiree area and also includes trips to some of the …

Calling all history lovers! Do you want to learn more about Argyll and Scotland’s industrial history? If so, the Bonawe Historic Iron Furnace is the place for you! This fascinating charcoal-powered ironworks is the most complete and non-ruined in Britain. It was …

Are you a lover of the outdoors? We have just the Stack for you! Inverness has its very own Royal Botanic Gardens and it truly is a sight to behold! You will be immersed in the beauty and serenity of nature, viewing …

Have a wander through the beautiful scenery of the University of Dundee Botanic Gardens! The exceptional setting and incredible views make this a top visitor attraction for East Central Scotland. With an extensive collection of conifers, broad-leaved trees, shrubs, and tropical and …