Visit the lovely village of North Queensferry and light the lamp of the world's smallest working light tower. Built in 1817 by Robert Stevenson as a key part of the 'Queensferry Passage' across the Forth, this tiny part of Scottish maritime history has been carefully restored to full working order. You'll also enjoy unique views of the Forth Bridge, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.view
Enjoy the underwater experience of a lifetime at Deep Sea World, Scotland’s national aquarium. It's the only aquarium in Scotland to offer genuine underwater diving experiences where you can immerse yourself in a world of undersea discovery. Are you brave enough?
Did you know that you can see the UK's oldest real tennis court, built in 1539, if you visit Falkland Palace? The Stuart kings were frequent residents here and Mary, Queen of Scots adored Falkland Palace, as it reminded her of the chateaux of the French Royal Court where she grew up.view
There is no golf played on the Old Course on a Sunday. It's the perfect time to walk in the footsteps of golfing legends and cross the famous Swilcan Bridge. Don't forget to stop and take a selfie!view
The Bunnet Stane (or bonnet stone) is a weird rock formation found in the Lomond Hills. An elevated table of rock, about ten feet by twenty feet across, it sits upon a thin column of rock like a giant mushroom. If you fancy walking there, check out our blog by outdoor enthusiast Ben Dolphin.view