St Andrew's Day is a great time to celebrate Scotland's history and culture. Why not spend the weekend visiting some of Scotland's most historic sites and top attractions - for free! Historic Scotland are giving visitors a 'Pass to the Past' for the 26th and 27th November - a weekend pass which allow two adults and up to three children free entry to over forty attractions, including:
- Edinburgh Castle
- Arbroath Abbey
- Scotch Whisky Experience, Edinburgh
- Stromness swimming pool, Orkney
- Glasgow Science Centre
- Dawyck Botanic Garden, near Peebles
- Camera Obscura, Edinburgh
- National Wallace Monument, Stirling
- Discovery Point and RSS Discovery, Dundee
Register here for your free weekend pass and visit as many attractions as you like over the St Andrew's Day weekend.
Glasgow will be celebrating St Andrew's Day over five days, starting with a Shindig on 26th and 27th November, and finishing with a St Andrew's Day concert on 30th November. Make the most of your visit to Scotland's largest city by staying in self catering Glasgow - giving you all the independence and flexibility you need to really enjoy the celebrations, as well as fantastic value for money.
EmbraceScotland has a wide range of quality assured holiday homes, apartments and lodges across the country - get to know the real Scotland this St Andrew's Day from your own home from home.
For more information on how you can celebrate St Andrew's Day, visit Scotland.org and VisitScotland.
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