The Blog

 Culture

 Latest Posts

Fife gets poetic with StAnza International Poetry Festival

StAnza, Scotland’s International Poetry Festival, returns from 5 – 9 March with a brand new programme of poetry, music, drama...

Prepare for battle at Bannockburn: Scottish history comes charging at you in 2014

Battle of Bannockburn visitor centre In case you’re not overly familiar with Scottish history, the famous Battle of Bannockburn 1314...

Scotland celebrates LGBT History Month

February is LGBT History Month, an international celebration of all things lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans* and more. This year, as...

Art installations to light up the February nights

With the days slowly starting to get longer, it seems that some artists are keen to make the most of...

January’s brilliant moments, as seen on Instagram

Here in Scotland, we want to make sure 2014 is a year to remember – whether it’s at unforgettable events...

Capital venues celebrate big birthdays

There is sometimes a misconception that once the carnivalesque atmosphere and crowds of the Edinburgh Festival have evaporated, and the...

Radio 1’s Big Weekend in Glasgow

  We all know that 2014 is going to be a huge year for Glasgow, with the XX Commonwealth Games,...

Chinese Terracotta Warriors lanterns march into Edinburgh

How would you feel about taking a wee trip to the Far East in the coming few days? It’s cost-free...

Discover Scott’s Scotland as Waverley turns 200

Whether you’ve read Waverley, or even heard of it, this historical novel has probably affected the way you think about...

Artist creates illustrated Edinburgh Alphabet

Arthur’s Seat, Blue Blazer, Calton Hill… which of Edinburgh’s iconic sights would you feature in its A-Z? Illustrator and Glasgow...

Page 6 of 11 1 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 11

Cookie Policy

VisitScotland uses cookies to enhance your experience on our website. By using our website you consent to our use of cookies. Please read our new privacy and cookies statement for more information.