As the second largest country in the United Kingdom, Scotland attracts several tourists and visitors each year. Your group will enjoy exploration of cities like Glasgow and Edinburgh while taking part in the variety of attractions each one offers.
Admire the stunning Scottish Crown Jewels and the Stone of Destiny at Edinburgh Castle, one of the most famous castles in the world. Walk through the National Museum of Scotland and check out the collections of Scottish archaeological finds, medieval objects and artifacts from around the world. Discover the Palace of Holyrood, the official Scotland residence of Queen Elizabeth.
Indulge in Scotland’s legends by taking a Ghost Tour in Edinburgh’s Old Town to learn the history of murder, mystery, torture and ghostly experiences. Daytrip to the Stirling Castle and enjoy the view of Loch Lomond, the largest stretch of inland water, framed by picturesque mountains. Explore St Andrews, home of the oldest university in Scotland, and while there, admire The Old Course, where golf was first played. St. Andrews is also home to the ruins of St Andrews Castle, a castle that once overlooked the sea but began falling apart in 1592.
Glasgow—the largest city in Scotland—is considered one of Europe’s most exciting and beautiful destinations. Check out the Kelvingrove Art Gallery to see artworks by Scottish artists and admire the collection of Ancient Egyptian objects. Learn about the people of Glasgow at the People’s Palace, filled with social history artifacts from 1750 to present day. At the magnificent Riverside Museum, step back in time and explore the history of transportation, inclusive of vintage cars, bikes, locomotives, ship models, skateboards and more. The Riverside Museum allows visitors to literally walk through history at the recreated 1900s Glasgow Street, complete with shops dating from 1895 to the 1980s.
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