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  • National Museum of Scotland

    National Museum of Scotland

    Meet Dolly the sheep, the first animal to be cloned at the National Museum of Scotland. Unlike other museums, a visit to the National Museum of Scotland is quite interesting. Learn more about Scottish history as you engage in different interactive as well as informative displays of antique collections here. ...

  • Edinburgh Museum of Childhood

    Edinburgh Museum of Childhood

    Established in 1955, Museum of Childhood showcases several toys and games of different generations. People of all ages, especially children, often come here to dress in different costumes, play games and watch video presentations. Spread across five floors, this museum is one of the most popular attractions in Edinburgh. ...

    Museum For Kids
  • Alnwick Castle

    Alnwick Castle

    Alnwick Castle is one of the largest inhabited castles in Europe and is also home to the Duke of Northumberland’s family. While you’re here, enroll for an exclusive workshop on Broomstick Training (inspired from the movie, Harry Potter) where children can imitate riding on the magic broom.

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    Monument For Kids
  • Majestic London & Scotland 2019 (Group Package) -Without Air

    Majestic London & Scotland 2019 (Group Package) -Without Air

    Continental Breakfasts and Indian Dinner ...

    9 Days|8 Nights Rs. 1,14,990
  • Best of UK France & Swiss 14N15D (MLS AND SPD)

    Best of UK France & Swiss 14N15D (MLS AND SPD)

    Continental Breakfasts and Indian Dinner ...

    15 Days|14 Nights Rs. 1,77,980
  • Majestic London & Scotland 2019 (Group Package)

    Majestic London & Scotland 2019 (Group Package)

    Continental Breakfasts and Indian Dinner ...

    9 Days|8 Nights Rs. 1,69,990
  • Whisky Tour to the Isle of Islay

    Whisky Tour to the Isle of Islay

    Apart from knowing the Scottish history across museum and galleries, one of the major attractions in Scotland is the famous whisky tour to the Isle of Islay. A beautiful island, it has eight distilleries located nearby the Islay’s seashore. You can opt either for a 2-day trip or a 4-day ...

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  • Edinburgh Castle

    Edinburgh Castle

    One of UK’s most distinctive sites, Edinburgh Castle has been home to many acknowledged kings and queens. While touring the castle, do not miss the Royal Palace, the Crown Room where Scottish crown jewels are kept and the famous One o'clock Gun that is fired daily at 1 pm. ...

    Monument Landmark
  • Palace of Holyroodhouse

    Palace of Holyroodhouse

    Visit the official home of the Queen at the Palace of Holyroodhouse. Experience the luxurious lifestyle as you step inside the Royal Yacht Britannia, the vessel of the Royal British family. If travelling during the end of June till the beginning of July, you might be lucky as the Queen ...

  • Glasgow Cathedral

    Glasgow Cathedral

    Built on the site of St Kentigern’s tomb, Glasgow Cathedral marks the birthplace of the city of Glasgow. Carved stone motifs on the ceiling of the Blackadder Aisle and post-war collections of stained glass windows are some of the finest artworks that can be found here. ...

    Religious Landmark
  • The Gallery of Modern Art

    The Gallery of Modern Art

    Housed in an 18th-century building, The Gallery of Modern Art is centrally located in Glasgow. Watch some inspiring programmes of temporary exhibitions that feature works of locals as well as international artists. This includes painting, sculpture, prints, photography, video and many other art forms. Apart from the gallery, there is ...

  • Fort Williams

    Fort Williams

    Less than a two-hour drive, Fort Williams is approximately 100 kilometres away from the city of Inverness. At the head of Loch Linnhe and at the foot of Ben Nevis, Fort Williams is a major town of the South Western Scottish Highlands. While you are here, capture the scenic beauty ...

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