Things To Do In Edniburgh

I have so many plans and so many places I'd love to take the kids, not only abroad but in the UK too. One of the places my partner and I are planning to travel next year in Scotland. Scotland is a place we've wanted to visit for such a long time, and we were meant to do it this year. We've both heard a lot of good things about Scotland, especially in Edinburgh. Edinburgh is a city I personally want to visit, I've heard there are many things to do there as a couple and with the kids. As we are planning to visit next year, I've been doing some research on things to do in Edinburgh that's family friendly. When it comes to booking accommodation, there are a lot of serviced apartments in Edinburgh which we typically like to stay in as they offer plenty of space for the whole family.

Edinburgh Castle
Edinburgh Castle is a must see if you're planning a visit. It's a world famous icon of Scotland, and it was recently voted top UK Heritage Attraction in the British Travel Awards too. It's such an old building and is one of the most popular places for tourists to visit.

The Georgian House
This house was bought by John Lamon in 1796 and is now run by the National Trust for Scotland. It's a reconstruction of how wealthy Edinburgh residents lived in the late 18th and 19th century. It's definitely a must visit - especially if you like visiting National Trust properties.

The Meadows
The Meadows is a popular place for many people in Scotland. There are many things available such as tennis courts, children's park, cricket pitch and even a cafe. It's popular with joggers, sports teams and locals, as well as tourists. They also host gatherings in The Meadows such as Meadows Marathon and Edinburgh Moon Walk.

Just off The Meadows, there's the Summerhall. There is so much going on in the Summerhall, such as shows, art exhibitions and much more. When there's no event on, it's still recommended that you visit for the bar and the food they serve too. A stunning building and another great place to visit.

Have you ever visited Edinburgh or do you live there? 
Can you recommend any places or things to do there, that's also family friendly?

* This is a collaborative post. 

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