There was a rift which divided the land and the rift has widened over the years. Today has beautiful greens, mountains, monuments and castles for visitors to see. One will also hear of stories of a monster whose mystery is what keeps the interest on. One can walk through the route from Fort William to Inverness. It will take around 6 days for somebody to complete it in spite of not too many highlands and fairly low lying trails.
800 years old, this castle has been home to many monarchs. It has later been used as prison, government office and even a barrack, with many tales around it. There is a one o’clock gun which is fired every day at 1300 hours and attracts lot of tourists. There are military artefacts and other collections inside as well. There also museums inside namely Royal Scots Dragoon Guards and Museum in New Barracks.
There are three floors to this building which displays best of art and artefacts. It has some of the famous works over the centuries in both Europe and Scotland, in particular. It has 22 galleries and 8000 objects. The building has been recently refurbished. There is also a restaurant and few gifting shops inside.
It has around 1000 animals and has been open since 1913. Its wildlife is extremely diverse and takes long to complete the entire tour. But if you are in a hurry, do ask for Penguin Parade which happens everyday.
There have been many geographical changes in this place which have lead to making of some mysterious valleys and mountains. The beautiful coastline, the green farms and rocky terrain add to its marvel.
It has some breath taking scientific exhibitions and demonstrations. There are 3D theatres and revolving towers which are also unique and must see. It is one of the few attractions with 5 star rating by the tourist board. There are more than 300 exhibits. It is 105m above the ground level and the only tower in the entire globe to move 360 degrees.
It lies on Edinburg’s Princess Street. The gallery is pretty small but has some best art by famous Titian, Monet and other such artists. It is attracting visitors since 1859. Some of the key paintings and works display there include Paul Cezanne’s The Big Trees, The Lomellini Family by Van Dyck and many others.