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#1 of 19 things to do in Burntisland
Best beach in uk lovely sunsets and sunrise great views also right near a skate park and swimming great for parking for free at the beach side and toilets near by people are friendly great for kids and dogs I go a...
Kids love this beach as good size and easy to keep eye on kids,also a good playpark just of the beach which is brilliant in summer time as has water play.
#3 of 19 things to do in Burntisland
Highly interesting for both adults and children with a lot of history.
The kids loved the green screen tV that let them present the weather.
National Museum of Scotland Edinburgh, UK 7.9 mi away
#2 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
There is something for every age with galleries dedicated to children and those with interests ranging from jewellery, Scottish history, science, natural history, geology, medicine etc Excellent cafe and bistro Ve...
We loved the museum its great for kids loads of interactive things to do Stunning building and the way it flows is beautiful You could spend a good day there so much to see and do The view from the top is stunning...
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Camera Obscura and World of Illusions Edinburgh, UK 7.8 mi away
#5 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
We loved camera Obscura, the illusions in all floors but most of all we loved the last floor where our guide showed us how the camera works!! Excellent view on the top also!! Highly recommended for family with kid...
That was absolutelly fantastic.My daughtres enjoyed a lot.Tottaly amazing view for Edinburgh from high on 6-th floor.We spend fantastic time inside.Very highly reccomended for families.Was great fun :-D
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Edinburgh Old Town Edinburgh, UK 7.7 mi away
#4 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
Always love a stroll into the old town, history all around, fun, great eats and educational for the whole family
Lovely views, great old buildings , perfect for long walks around the old town to get to know the city history , kids loved it .
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Royal Mile Edinburgh, UK 7.8 mi away
#6 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
Royal Mile... Fabulous location, brilliant bars and restaurants great vibe and buzz, Perfect for a night / day out with Family or Friends.
... at the other in between lots of sites to see, beautiful buildings, statues and near Holyrood palace you have dynamic earth, great place for kids, and the parliament nearby , also lovely walk round Arthur seat
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Edinburgh Castle Edinburgh, UK 7.8 mi away
#7 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
What a fantastic visit the whole family thoroughly enjoyed their time at the Castle the the cannon salute was fantastic with views of Edinburgh are breathtaking stop for a spot of lunch really great visit thorough...
you get great views over Edinburgh from castle lots of regiment museums exhibitions royal jewels the royal family old chambers a small church and lots more well worth a visit also cafes on site.
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Pittencrieff Park Dunfermline 9.0 mi away
#2 of 72 things to do in Dunfermline
This is a great park suitable for all ages lovely gardens plenty of play parks for kids lovely cafe there is also a lovely musuem very interesting, glasshouse and lairds garden is beautiful plenty of squirrels, lo...
Ideal for families, plenty of large grass areas for games, picnics etc. Lovely well laid out planted areas, orangery with lovely plants and fish pond.
Maid of the Forth South Queensferry, UK 7.5 mi away
#1 of 20 things to do in South Queensferry
Tried both cruises with various family members, had a great time, music great, scenery lovely especially with the sunset, crew friendly and helpful, will go again this year
The kids loved exploring the abbey on the Island which is access all area there are lots of places to discover with some small winding staircases to explore if you wish.
Forth Boat Tours South Queensferry, UK 7.5 mi away
#3 of 20 things to do in South Queensferry
Brilliant trip, second time we've been but this time we took childminding kids, sun was shining,stopped off at inchcolm island and had a picnic and adventure around ruins, loved the boat tour also.
Great Boat Trip Around The Fourth Bridge Area With Visit To Castle Stay On Or Get Off The Views Were Amazing All Around Worth The Money For Families Or Couples You Will See Castles.Bridges And Seals On Route With...
Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh Edinburgh, UK 6.6 mi away
#29 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
Great place for a day out Lots to see and do including children Beautiful landscaped gardens and amazing glass houses Very good restaurant and shop Free to look round just a charge for glass houses Great value.
The garden is very accessible and family friendly, there is a reasonable priced cafe serving a wide variety of delicious fresh cooked food - I recommend the soups, they are fantastic.
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Princes Street Gardens Edinburgh, UK 7.5 mi away
#40 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
The beauty of Princes street gardens is unique, well kept gardens, many flowers in bloom, lawns perfect for the children to run around and play, a place to relax, and view the many beautiful buildings of the City
... kept grounds Well maintained and Credit to Edinburgh for beautiful gardens in a city center :) 10/10 Beautiful place for relaxing in the Sunshine with a picnic :) great for kids and safe to run about :) 10/10
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Pinnies & Poppy Seeds Edinburgh, UK 7.8 mi away
#22 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
The shortbread is fantastic and my kids and I love going in for single treat each or a box to take home.
A treat for yourself or friends and family.
Royal Yacht Britannia Edinburgh, UK 5.8 mi away
#3 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
Thoroughly enjoyed this exceptional insight into the royal family ,their love for this grand boat, a simpler, gentle lifestyle when onboard with family and friends and their incredible dedication to work.
A fantastic insight into the Royal Family Excellent audio commentary The Britannia is kept in fantastic condition and the photos and memorabilia are very interesting In addition the cafe offers a quality range of...
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Holyrood Park Edinburgh, UK 8.6 mi away
#28 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
Wonderful for a family walk on a sunny, and plenty space for picnics and exercise.And for those who wish to hike up Arthur's Seat amazing views over the city.
Great to see how the royal family has lived through the centuries in a palace that is still in use on special occasions until today.
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Calton Hill Edinburgh, UK 7.6 mi away
#39 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
Its a very nice scenic spot to take good photos, as this place gives a birds eye view of Edinburgh city and its important locations, Old and new cities, sea view and Aurther's seat etc., Very easy to go with kids...
Lots of monuments around the hill,park for picnics or for children to play.and the most important great views to take photos of the city!! Once you are in Edinburgh definitely have to visit it!!!
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Edinburgh International Events Edinburgh, UK 8.1 mi away
#23 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
Performed by very talented children from Beijing Students Art Theatre, in beautiful traditional costumes, it tells the story of China through dance, song, music and theatre.
Entertainment ranges very widely from highbrow music and formally staged plays to fringe theatre acts to down to earth street performers for the kids and casual visitors in the daytime.
Lochore Meadows Country Park Lochgelly 7.4 mi away
#1 of 15 things to do in Lochgelly
Beautiful scenery lovely walk right round the meadows plenty wildlife to see fishing ,kayaking ,horse riding bike club kids playground,golf,cafeteria plenty to do and see.
Lochore meadows country park is a lovely place for a day out with the children or a perfect location to enjoy a long walk!
Inchcolm Abbey and Island South Queensferry, UK 3.3 mi away
#2 of 20 things to do in South Queensferry
Beautiful wee island, kids loved it and it was a fabby day out!
We enjoyed the history of the Abbey very much and our kids enjoyed exploring the beaches.
Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum Dunfermline 8.8 mi away
#1 of 72 things to do in Dunfermline
Over the years, "Historic Scotland " have created an interesting historic landmark for tourists to visit and learn about Andrew Carnegie who was born and lived as a child in the house in the 19th century.
Coming from humble beginnings, with a family focused on education, surviving a crowded, treacherous boat ride to the United States, Andrew Carnegie gave us a great example of what is possible if we work hard and b...
Forth Bridge North Queensferry 7.0 mi away
#1 of 6 things to do in North Queensferry
Albeit from a distance, I did see it, from when I was a kid, this was one of those world iconic structures, up there with Big Ben, the Empire State, Niagara Falls, Taj Mahal etc, so great to see it finally, anothe...
This is a really good day out especially if you have kids, there is a building you can visit where they tell you all about how the new crossing was built plenty of things to see and do.
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The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo Edinburgh, UK 7.8 mi away
#17 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
The bands and dancers were fantastic with some great vocalists form the US army - really enjoyed the rifle drill from Norway and Jordan and the Imps motorcycle team did some amazing things for some very young kids.
Another fantastic show this year again, Kids on the motor cycles were fun, Bands were amazing , Light show and fire works were brilliant too, Recommended book your tickets very early as they sell out monthes in ad...
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The Meadows Edinburgh, UK 8.1 mi away
#83 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
Beautiful, expansive green space that was clipped and full of Fringe Festival-goers and local families with children and dogs, lovely in August, most likely stunning in the spring.
Today with the start of the profs (cycling tour) of Brittannië there was for children and the parents a special tour to go on bike by them self.
Cramond Village Edinburgh, UK 6.0 mi away
#68 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
A relaxing beach, a nice walk out on the causeway at low tide, people with kids and dogs, a local bistro with outside dining and reasonably priced, lots of sea birds and ducks in the estuary, and an pretty walk up...
There were plenty of families with children as well as dog walkers and if you allow yourself enough time you can explore the whole island.
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Museum on the Mound Edinburgh, UK 7.7 mi away
#64 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
... all the different notes, coins, bank cards, cheque books etc., on display was fascinating and there was a few different activities as well - we became big children and participated in them all of course, haha!
This museum was a pleasant surprise, free entry, it is great for couples or the families, it was really interesting and informative, we were there around 1 and half hours, it is worth going to see, tells you all a...
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Dynamic Earth Edinburgh, UK 7.9 mi away
#63 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
This is a must visit for families with children under 10! Fabulous interactive activities keep children engaged and of course it is extremely educational even for some adults!
dynamic earth was very good well thought out would be a amazing to take the children to have fun and learn a lot about the planet I am 65 years old and I enjoyed it well worth a vist x xx
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Kirkcaldy Galleries Kirkcaldy 4.6 mi away
#1 of 41 things to do in Kirkcaldy
Best place to go in Kirkcaldy if you are researching your family tree, they have a lot of info containing Kirkcaldy records and access to ancestry, the art gallery is well stocked with paintings and the museum dow...
Great place to visit for a brouse or just a cuppa staff very nice and family friendly great family search room as well
Dean Village Edinburgh, UK 7.4 mi away
#41 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
Had a walk by the water of Leith as heading towards Stockbridge market on a sunny Sunday, very popular with walkers, cyclists, dog walkers, children, beautiful scenery, and Picturesque buildings , recommend a walk...
We didn't find a lot of information about the buildings or the area, but we enjoyed the walk along the Leith way, watching locals walking the dogs and families out for a Sunday stroll.
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Museum of Childhood Edinburgh, UK 7.8 mi away
#96 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
This is such a cute nostalgic museum filled with old toys and games that will make you reminisce about your own childhood and give you a fascinating insight into how other generations of children played.
Great museum takes you right back to your childhood and most interesting to see even further back in time, great for the whole family.
Greyfriars Bobby Edinburgh, UK 7.9 mi away
#75 of 450 things to do in Edinburgh
Of course the story of Greyfriar Bobby is amazing and it's own right and the cemetery is historical and beautiful but for those who have children as I do that are great Harry Potter fans it's wonderful to be able...
Interesting history around Greyfriars church yard, with Bobby's and his master Old Jock's graves.There is also a monument to Harry Potters family.The church yard is very interesting.
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