Easter is here and with kids off for a long weekend, there’s loads of opportunity to have some family fun.
Things to do
Looking for things to do this bank holiday weekend? Browse our interactive map to find Scotland’s hidden gems
FROM stunning scenery to magnificent museums, delicious diners to heavenly hotels, our Scotland's Gems guide has got you covered for things to do this Bank Holiday weekend.
THIS weekend is your last chance to enjoy the Scottish Snowdrop Festival, so why not wrap up warm and enjoy some greenery.
THE Scottish Snowdrop Festival begins on the 28th January and runs till 11th March.
THE 25th January is the day people raise a glass to Scotland's bard, Rabbie Burns. There's a huge variety of events happening in Scotland to commemorate his life and works. From traditional suppers and recitals to a ceilidh 'rave', there are all sorts of ways to honour and remember our national poet.
1. Kirrie Explorer Kirriemuir Kirrie is small, but packed with its own quirky history – it’s the birthplace of Peter Pan author JM Barrie and AC/DC rock god Bon Scott.
1. Cullen Harbour to Sandend Moray coast There are wonderful walks in and around the pretty fishing town of Cullen, famed for its dramatic railway viaduct and its traditional creamy haddock soup, Cullen skink.
LEEDS is the UK’s fastest-growing city, driven by financial services and the business sector.
LOOKING for something a little different to do this Christmas?
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