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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

Looking for a fun evening out with your friends? The company Lane 7 have opened one of their many bars in Aberdeen but this is not your typical bar. With several competitive games to offer, you will have a great time challenging …

Are you looking for a fun yet challenging golf course? Braids Hill golf course is one of the most beautiful golf courses that Edinburgh has to offer, with 18 spectacular holes it will most definitely not disappoint any golfer. Whether you are …

Love beer? Then why not make your way down to Glasgow’s own Tennents Brewery! Officially known as Wellpark brewery. This famous old brewery has been engrained in Glasgow’s psyche and culture since 1556, So this tour would suit history lovers also. This …

Swing over to the River Garry for unforgettable adrenalin packed experiences with the Highland Fling bridge swing! You’ll free fall around 15 metres and swing 40 metres above the river from the bridge and a specially constructed bungee platform. Once the swing …

Interested in learning about the history of Scotland’s beloved game while also taking in the incredible ocean view? Come and surround yourself with the beautiful sights of St Andrews, uncovering the heritage of Golf and learning about its relationship with St Andrews. …

For any historian fans out there, Brodick Castle on the Isle of Arran gives the visitors a truly interactive experience. In the castle there is; a Victorian arcade, mood lighting and evocative sounds, so whilst you discover a brilliant collection of period …

Calling all rugby fans, Murrayfield are now offering a stadium tour experience that promises to stick in your memory, Murrayfield is the largest sports stadium in the whole of Scotland. You will be guided around Murrayfield seeing things the normal match attendee …

He shoots … he scores! And while wearing an inflatable bubble! Now, that is impressive. Up in Aberdeen, you can play bubble soccer with all your friends for anywhere between one hour and two hours. Split into teams of two and under …

It’s time to jump but only if you dare!! Head on over to Killiecrankie and find Bungee Jump Scotland then leap over the water from way up high, the only bungee in Scotland open all year round. Feel the air rushing through …

Burn Braes Park is a beautiful and wonderous. The park is named after the river that flows through the park and splits the park into two unique halves. The park features a big slide and swings and a fitness play park with …

Only 20 years after Burns’ death, a committee of his biggest supporters began to plan out a memorial for the great poet. This resulted in the 70-foot-high Grecian-style temple that stands today in Ayr! Complete with 9 pillars to represent muses from …

Bute Boat Tours offers customers the chance to tour Bute in an exhilarating and educational way! They run boat trips around Bute, Argyll and the Firth of Clyde on Commando One (a Tornado High-Performance Boat, made for safety and speed under any …

Discover the wild side of the Isle of Bute at Bute Forest! Bute Forest (also known as Rhubodach Forest) is a spectacular spot to take in a variety of landscapes – ancient woodland, commercial forest, moorland and coastline. There are some excellent …

Edinburgh is choc full of amazing pubs and restaurants to enjoy food and drink, but there are none quite like Cafe Royal. Just a stone’s throw away from Waverley station, this beautiful old stone building is a venue full of character and …