Ahead of St. Andrew's Day, join us at the Palace of Holyroodhouse to discover myths and legends associated with Scottish monarchs, explore stories behind famous symbols, and hear traditional music played on the fiddle.
Scottish symbols can be found throughout the Palace of Holyroodhouse, from architectural details to interior decoration. Join us to discover the story behind some of Scotland's most famous symbols, and take inspiration from these symbols to create your own in our metal embossing activity.
The Great Gallery at the Palace of Holyroodhouse contains many portraits famous Scottish monarchs such as Charles II, Mary, Queen of Scots, and Robert the Bruce. Yet some of the names and faces in these portraits are not so familiar- find out more in our drop-in talks exploring the tales of some of Scotland's mythical monarchs.
The Palace has been filled with many different types of music over the years. To help celebrate St. Andrew's Day the Palace will be filled with traditional Scottish fiddle tunes. Short 10 minute performances will take place at 12:00, 13:00, 14:00 and 15:00.
Born 250 years ago, Scottish novelist Walter Scott was at one time the most famous writer in the world. Join us on his birthday to celebrate Scott and his connection to the Palace of Holyroodhouse!
Fore! The Fore Play Crazy Golf team have launched another cracking venue to eat, drink, play and up your selfie game in the heart of the Capital!
Visit Longwood, an extensive, long-established country garden at 800 feet, undergoing renewal. There are ducks and hens, stream and ponds as well as areas of wild garden.
This summer Capital Theatres are delighted to be returning with Wee Creatives, live and in person, delivered in the newly transformed courtyard space at the Festival Theatre!
Family takeovers are back with two hour sessions delivered outdoors by professional artist, providing an opportunity for families to make, create and play together.