Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
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Fancy a walk? At Botanic Garden you will find plants from all over the world!
Stunning large cultivated gardens with different 'rooms' for each area - from the Japanese area to the rockery and from the arboretum to the green houses, loads to see and enjoy. Three cafes in the gardens. All good coffee. The one up on the hill has the best views. Free entry but green houses take…
Absolutely stunning botanic gardens up the road (about a twenty minute walk or take the number 8 bus). Free entrance year-round (except the glass houses, which are worth the price in the summer).
A place to go for some much needed peace and quiet. Soup for the soul as they say...
A calm serene place for a leisurely walk. Full of beautiful plants, flowers, trees and huge green houses.
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is a world-renowned scientific centre for the study of plants, their diversity and conservation.
The world famous Botanics are a must see, whatever the season. Explore the glasshouses and have a break in their tearoom with views of the city's skyline.
Going for a stroll through the Botanical garden is a joy any time of the year (my favourite time is autumn). The glasshouses are a treat and the restaurant in the middle serves great lunch, coffee and cake. Go outside the cafe to catch a great view of the castle.
It's so easy to while away a few hours in these stunning botanical gardens. It's free for entry and there are a maze of different paths and plants to explore. Sit outside the Terrace Cafe not he top of the hill for views over the city.
Edinburgh's Royal Botanic Garden is the second oldest such garden in Britain. Within its magnificent 70-acres are a herbarium and Britain's biggest palm house, a tropical house with exotic orchids, an alpine house, a terraced moorland garden, a heather garden, and an extensive arboretum with rare…
Lovely gardens and greenhouse. Visit the garden shops for botanical art souvenirs.
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“Brush the cobwebs away and climb Arthur’s seat to see the fabulous views. It can be cold. U need trainers! Put the high heels away! ”
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“A great option if it's raining during your stay and you want to be indoors, the museum is free although there are occasionally exhibitions you can pay to see. It's bigger than you might think and recommend you give yourself a few hours at least to look around!”
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“Special evening event at Edinburgh Castle: Castle of Light: Expect wonder, enchantment and a spectacle of colour this festive season as Edinburgh Castle, the defender of the nation, becomes the ‘Castle of Light’. Follow in the footsteps of Scotland’s heroes and be welcomed by stunning visuals and state of the art lighting installations. Watch as the history of this iconic landmark illuminates the very walls that saw it unfold. A magical experience for all of the family - Prepare to be dazzled! First year this has been put on so we can't tell you much more except all the locals are excited about it. You must book online beforehand and wear appropriate clothing for the outdoors as it can be chilly up on Castle Rock! Book here: xzzzz and let us know what you think so we can tell other guests. ”
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“Ten minutes walk from our AirBnB - Home to Scotland’s outstanding collection of modern and contemporary art.”
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“It is a unique Art Gallery, near the centre of town, which displays the best of Scottish Portraits on 3 floors. It is free entry and has a good cafe. ”
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