A day in the Lothians
- 48 hours in Edinburgh
- 72 Hours in Edinburgh
- A day exploring Edinburgh’s free attractions
- A day exploring historic houses in Edinburgh and the Lothians
- A day exploring museums and galleries in Edinburgh
- A day exploring the castles of Edinburgh and the Lothians
- A day in the Lothians
- A day shopping in Edinburgh and the Lothians
- A great family day out in Edinburgh
- Edinburgh’s Royal attractions in one day
- Mary Queen of Scots Trail - Edinburgh and the Lothians
- Two days of local crafts - Edinburgh and the Lothians
Spend a day in the Lothians discovering the history of aviation and admiring Concorde, watching hundreds of beautiful birds and exploring a country park.
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Begin the day in the Lothians at the National Museum of Flight in East Fortune, where you can find out about the role of the area in both World Wars and see the amazing Concorde. Explore the four aircraft hangars which detail the history and progress of aviation with military and civilian planes.
Spend an afternoon exploring magnificent Linlithgow Palace and admire the stunning architecture - see how many of the statues you can find dotted around the palace. Be sure to take a wander along the beautiful peel, the parkland around Linlithgow Loch that surrounds the palace, and spend some time feeding the birds. Take part in some of the fantastic ranger-led events throughout the year such as teddy bears picnics, themed walks and festive activities.
Finish the day at Beecraigs Country Park near Linlithgow which has 913 acres of land to explore where you can try a range of outdoor activities such as archery, climbing or windsurfing.
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Edinburgh and the Lothians sits on the eastern side of Scotland's central belt, in the heart of the country.