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      Local Attractions

      In and Around Edinburgh

      Edinburgh is a wonderful place to visit and with so many different types of attractions and places to see, it has fast become one of the most popular tourist destinations in the UK. There is such a diverse mix of tourist attractions from the historically important and visually stunning Edinburgh Castle, to the busy city night life which includes award winning restaurants, bars and live music.

      We have listed some of the best places to visit in Edinburgh – perfect for families from both the UK and overseas. Why not book a room at our fantastic Edinburgh hotel? We have great facilities which include free Wi-Fi, restaurants and bars. The hotel is situated in the western part of the city on the banks of the Water of Leith, meaning you are close to all Edinburgh has to offer.

      Get your Edinburgh adventure off to the best start, with a value for money stay at our Britannia Edinburgh Hotel.

      Edinburgh Castle

      Castlehill, Edinburgh
      The iconic Edinburgh castle is the most popular attraction in Edinburgh! Home to magnificent hammerbeam roofs, cavernous stone vaults, military artefacts and great thrones, the castle has many different stories to tell and interesting secrets to reveal. Its dramatic lofted position makes it a dominant attraction and has helped shape the nation’s existence.

      City of the Dead Tours

      Old Town, Edinbrugh
      Journey with gothic ghouls through a dark history with Edinburgh’s City of Dead Tour, a documented paranormal phenomenon originally designed by award winning novelist J.A Henderson. Pass through an underground graveyard as the dead are brought back to life through a series of stories and performances. You will never know what’s lurking around the corner in these chilling cemetery passageways.

      Water of Leith Walkway

      Killing ten birds with one stone, the Water of Leith Walkway allows not only for peaceful scenic walks by flowing streams, and beautiful shrubbery away from the urban rush of Edinburgh, but also leads to a number of famous attractions along the way, such as the Scottish Gallery of Modern Art, which is full of outstanding creative collections and also the beautiful Royal Botanic Garden, home to various habitats and glasshouses.

      Gilmerton Cove

      Can you find your way around this mysterious labyrinth and help to unravel the mysteries of Gilmerton Cove? Lying beneath Edinburgh’s streets, this undetected archaeological masterpiece consists of a series of series of hand carved chambers and passageways. Its purpose and founder remain unknown, so come and help by giving your theories behind who would build such a magnificent cove and what it was really used for!

      Camera Obscura and World of Illusions

      Enter the psychedelic version of Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory with Edinburgh’s latest world of obscuring illusions. Containing five floors of interactive optical hallucinations for your involvement, this wacky warehouse has everything from vortex tunnels, mirror mazes and shrinking rooms. Become Alice for the day and join in with this mind-bending wonderland!

      The Edinburgh Dungeon

      Edinburgh’s deadly dungeon makes history fun with a series of terrifying theatrics, startling special effects, stages, scenes and exciting rides, in a truly unique and thrilling walkthrough experience. You must remember to be on guard at all times, as you meet Scotland’s most infamous villains and pass through the gruesome torture chambers! Plus a journey down the Street of Sorrows, where you will get the chance to live life like the cobbles are ridden with plague.