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Home to Scotland’s outstanding national collection of modern and contemporary art, the Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art comprises two buildings, Modern One and Modern Two.
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The King's houses visits by major touring drama productions, including the Edinburgh International Festival, as well as being home to Edinburgh's annual pantomime and the local amateur societies' productions.
The Camera Obscura and World of Illusions is bigger and better than ever with even more hands-on fun for everyone and loads of amazing new exhibits. Fantastic hands-on fun for the whole family.
Offering fantastic value for money, the Explorer Pass includes free access to 78 sites all over Scotland. Some of the included attractions are; Edinburgh Castle, Stirling Castle, Urquhart Castle, The Border Abbeys, Fort George & Linlithgow Palace.
See the best in Scottish drama at the Royal Lyceum Theatre, one of Scotland's leading producing theatre companies.
The centre provides a 98-seater theatre with ancillary workshop and changing facilities, a community creche, a gallery, and bar/cafe on the ground floor.
The Regimental museum is housed in Edinburgh Castle and through paintings, artefacts, silver and medals their fascinating story is told, from formation to the present day.
The Randolph Gallery was established in Edinburgh in 1996 by Margaret Bruce and Alan Renfrew and promotes the work of leading contemporary realist and surrealist painters.
Lauriston Hall Ceilidhs with ceilidh band HLI and caller Ken Gourlay.
Churches, Cathedrals & Abbeys
St Marys Episcopal Cathedral Built in 1879 to the design of Sir George Gilbert Scott, St Mary's is one of the world's great neo-Gothic buildings.