The Edinburgh Pass will help you See More and Save More. In fact, it's sightseeing made easy! There are over 30 top attractions in the Pass, so whether you're into history, haunted tours, culture, nature or full on fun, the Edinburgh Pass is a must have for a city break in Edinburgh.
Why not visit one of our Visitor Information Centres at Edinburgh Airport and 3 Princes Street where they can help you book tours and make the most of using your Edinburgh Pass!
Please note - Some Attractions have seasonal opening hours. Please check each individual attraction directly for details.
** You can buy your Edinburgh Pass here **
The Edinburgh Dungeon invites you to delve into the capital's most blood-curdling history. Experience "Extremis - Drop Ride to Doom"! Taste the fear and feel the adrenaline pump as you drop screaming into the darkness below!
This summer the Scottish National Gallery plays host to Scotland's first major retrospective of Peter Doig, one of the most highly regarded and internationally renowned painters working today.
Alexander Clapperton (deceased Edinburgh Cemetary Director during the 1840's) takes a light-hearted look at Edinburgh's dark past, telling tales of hangings, punishment, witchcraft & invasion as he leads you through the Old Town's atmospheric closes & courtyards.
The original, award winning Edinburgh Literary Pub Tour is a brilliant and witty dramatic romp through the wynds, courtyards and pubs of Edinburgh's Old and New Town.
Explore Edinburgh's history with this walking tour by Thistle Knights
Explore the closes of the Royal Mile before entering our haunted underground vaults, which date back to the 1700s. Includes a visit to our torture exhibition.
John Knox House is Edinburgh's oldest Royal Mile mansion
Surgeons' Hall is Scotland's largest medical museum and is recognised as a collection of national significance.
Long recognised as one of the great artists of the Renaissance, Leonardo da Vinci was also a pioneer in the understanding of human anatomy.
The absurdities of fashion, the perils of love, political machinations and royal intrique were the daily subject matter of Thomas Rowlandson, one of the leading caricaturists of Georgian England
Discover High Society living and 'life below stairs' in Edinburgh's New Town- 18th Century style!
Delve into the world of Witches and Wicked Bodies in this major new exhibition coming in summer 2013
At the heart of the Garden, visit the iconic Victorian Temperate Palm House and adjacent Glasshouses, which offer visitors the opportunity to travel through time and across the globe while experiencing ten very different realms of the plant kingdom.
Enjoy a fantastic day out at Edinburgh Zoo, Scotland's largest and most exotic wildlife attraction.
Hidden beneath the streets of Gilmerton on the southside of the city lies Edinburgh's best kept secret. Gilmerton Cove is a series of hand carved chambers and passageways hewn from the bedrock sandstone.
It's Creepy- It's Crawly- It's a JUNGLE in here!
Come face-to-face with lizards, giant snakes, poisonous frogs...if you dare, join daily handling sessions, spider phobia sessions or visit one of Europe's largest exotic butterfly exhibitions with hundreds of free flying butterflies in a large indoor rainforest.
Hopetoun House "Scotland's Finest Stately Home" is situated 12 miles from the centre of Edinburgh and is a splendid example of the work of Scottish architects Sir William Bruce and William Adam.
With a wide range of activities such as animal handling sessions and milking demonstrations, indoor and outdoor play areas, a simulated archaeological dig, trampolines, go karts and lots more, there is plenty to keep kids and adults entertained!
Exciting Discovery Centre with amazing live cameras to watch wildlife on the islands. Wildlife cinema, interactive displays, kids' play zone and giant aquarium with fish feeding, daily.
High on Calton Hill, the Nelson Monument represents the victory and death of Admiral Lord Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar
Your guide is Adam Lyal (deceased), highwayman, who was executed in Edinburgh on 27th March 1811. He will lead you through the dark courtyards and eerie alleyways of Old Town Edinburgh, telling tales of witchcraft, plague, torture and bodysnatching.
Come and play at Camera Obscura and World of Illusions! Where seeing is not believing. Even more hands-on fun for everyone with loads of amazing new exhibits. Can you shrink like Alice in Wonderland in the Ames room? Will you manage to stay on your feet in the Vortex Tunnel?
Gladstone's Land is a fascinating Edinburgh Old Town tenement built in 1620 full of stunning art, furniture and painted ceilings. Situated on the Royal Mile, only a minute's walk from the castle, make sure you fit it in your day!
Join us beneath the streets as we uncover the dark history of old Edinburgh and the South Bridge Vaults. Our original underground tour.
Our darkest and most frightening stories told above and below ground. Enter our infamous stone circle vault and visit our torture exhibition.
Take this short, easy walking tour and see a little-known side of Edinburgh's Old Town: behind the historic buildings discover the surprising number of gardens and green 'nooks and crannies', all with a story to tell.
Discover the dramatic story of Mary, Queen of Scots
You'll be shaken by erupting volcanoes, dive beneath oceans, be plunged into the Polar Extremes before hanging out with orang-utans in our tropical rainforest.
Child Pass not valid here.
Photographs of the Middle East by Francis Bedford in 1862
Man Ray Portraits, presented in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery in London, is the first major museum retrospective of the highly influential artist's photographic portraits and features over 100 works from his career in America and Paris, dating from 1916 to 1968.
The autumn of 2012 will see the second in the Scottish Colourist Series of exhibitions with a retrospective of the work of S.J. Peploe. Samuel John Peploe (1871-1935) was the eldest of the four artists popularly known as 'The Scottish Colourists', the others being F.C. B. Cadell, J.D. Fergusson and G. L. Hunter.
The third and final exhibition in our Scottish Colourist series
Urban Paintball Edinburgh is Scotland's only indoor paintball arena. Come rain or shine we're the first choice for paintball in Edinburgh.
Visit this beautiful castle which stands in thirty acres of tranquil grounds enjoying a magnificant view across the Firth of Forth. Here you will find beautifully preserved interiors which were richly decorated and furnished between 1902-1926, in Edwardian taste.
Discover the miners' way of life through two floors of exhibitions, interactives, film theatres, recreated underground, coalface, Magic Helmet tours and much more!
Glenkinchie: The home of the Edinburgh Malt!
Visit a working distillery a pleasant drive from Edinburgh out into the rolling farmland of East Lothian.
Relax and Cruise on our 1.5 hour sightseeing cruise under the famous Forth Bridge and enjoy magnificent views of our world famous Bridge, wartime fortifications and the Edinburgh panorama. See seals, puffins, fulmars, guillemots and the occasional dolphin or porpoise.
Newhailes is an amazing survival story and is a dignified 17th-century home in authentic condition. Rather than attempt to re-create an immaculate dwelling, the Trust has worked hard to keep the house "untouched" by modern hands.
See the 50-strong collection of aircraft which includes high-ranking military planes and passenger travel aircraft. Seek out Comet and Concorde, Tiger Moth and Tornado, Spitfire and Sea Hawk, Jetstream and Jaguar.
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