The DoubleTree by Hilton Edinburgh - Queensferry Crossing provides the perfect base for exploring the historic village of North Queensferry, Fife and Edinburgh.

Forth Sea Safaris

Explore The Firth of Forth’s wealth of beauty from the water with an experienced team of qualified local skippers and crew with a friendly service from start to finish. From the Iconic Forth bridges, historic Blackness Castle and Incolm Island, to the war time fortifications of Inchmickery and Crammond Islands there’s plenty to see and numerous bird and marine life colonies to enjoy!

Deep Sea World

Home to the longest underwater tunnel in the UK, Deep Sea World is a fun filled day out for the whole family! Wonder through the magical themed zones with incredible species from all over the world, get up close and personal with one of the largest shark collections in the UK and enjoy fascinating workshops, talks and exhibitions.

Inchcolm Abbey

Set sail for Inchcolm Island in the Firth of Fourth and discover Scotland’s most well preserved group of monastic buildings. Take in the Abbey’s dramatic profile as you dock, wonder the remarkably complete cloister with wall paintings dating back to the 13th century, and take in the incredible array of wildlife who have made a home on the islands coast.

Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh

Founded in 1670, the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh is a world renowned centre for plant science horticulture and education that extends over four gardens. Boasting a rich living collection of plants and wildlife, the Gardens make a beautiful, fascinating and peaceful day out for all ages with plenty to see, do and explore.

Forth Bridge Walking Tours

Take a fascinating walking tour of the Forth Bridge World Heritage Site, and discover the fascinating history behind the iconic engineering triumph. Scotland’s national symbol of enterprise, the Forth Bridge is the fourth largest suspension bridge in the world and is steeped in historical tales from many points in Scotland’s colourful past.

Blackness Castle

Located on the southern shore of the Firth of Forth, Blackness Castle is a 15th century construction which has served as a garrison fortress and state prison throughout its history, as well as playing the role of ‘Fort William’ in the first series of TV show ‘Outlander’.  Learn about the Castle’s incredible history and climb its towers to enjoy sweeping views of the Firth of Forth.

Hopetoun House

Visit Scotland’s finest stately home, set within Hopetoun, a welcoming and thriving 6,500 acre community and area of outstanding natural beauty. With plenty to see and do, this wonderful setting of built and rural heritage provides a unique day out and provides an excellent setting for private parties and events.

Dunfermline Abbey and Palace

Founded as a priory following the Protestant Reformation in 1560 before being made an abbey by David I and later a royal mausoleum, the Dunfermline Abbey and palace has played resting place to some of Scotland’s greatest medieval monarchs. Marvel at the impressive Romanesque architecture, and admire breath taking views across the glen from the palace windows.  

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