Join in this Easter for AccessEA's EGG-stra special Holiday Camps at the Edinburgh Academy Junior School.
CineNights by Cinescapes is excited to bring some shenanigans to the roof with our March 'Some Like it Hot' screening on 20th March at Rooftop 51 at Moxy Edinburgh Fountainbridge.
This online exhibition consists of 20 abstract paintings inspired by a special garden - bluets, redets, and yellowets, plus 6 video poems which follow the seasons at The Botanical Gardens, Edinburgh.
Have fun discovering Edinburgh on this quirky, self-guided, heritage walk with a treasure hunt theme from Curious About!
Try out these exciting online activities that are perfect for the whole family!
Prepare to be inspirsed as we bring back some of our favourite panel discussions from our 2021 programme.
This tour has been designed to be of interest to families, adults, mathematicians and non-mathematicians alike. This tour is self-guided and has been narrated for 2022.
Join us for a tour of Bellfield Brewery; learn about the history of Bellfield, explore how the brewhouse equipment works and finish up with a tasting session.
Dive to the bottom of the ocean to discover Scotland's incredible marine habitats and the amazing creatures that call our deep ocean home with Dynamic Earth's fun family drop-in activities!
Join the Botanics Bunny on a quest to explore new frontiers in our family Easter Trail! Complete the trail and receive your yummy Easter treat.
This self-guided tour follows a few of the chemistry highlights within Edinburgh's history, and invites you to explore the great chemistry discoveries which took place in our city.
Paging all surgeons to the emergency room – we need all hands on deck! Scrub up in the ER and help diagnose your 'patient', before performing life-saving surgery on the knee, abdomen and brain.
Explore the evidence for these ancient volcanoes on this self-led walking tour for families and learn how geology still shapes the city and landscape we see today!
Follow in the wingbeats of Georgie, a brave young gannet born on the Bass Rock, as she overcomes challenges in becoming a fully-grown gannet. This is a fun, outdoor activity for age 5+.
On the 150th anniversary of the Challenger Expedition, marvel at the amazing discoveries it made in this outdoor exhibition of the gorgeous illustrations from the ship's original reports.
Unlock your creative spirit and build magical, massive structures with our super-sized construction blocks in our Imagination Playground!
Nature Explorers is a series of activities that takes a look at life on the land and in the sea – meet endangered species you never knew existed and journey to the places they live.
On this self-led walk around Edinburgh, learn about the unique history of the Lothian Birth Cohort studies, the people involved and what they can teach us about brain health and ageing.
A new work by Edinburgh based artist Theodore Koterwas contrasts the romantic mystery of the cosmos with our tedious efforts to understand it.
Join us on a self-guided walk through Tollcross and its vicinity to discover the legacy of urban planning and neighbourhood characteristics!
Make Monday mornings marvellous and join curators, wardens and learning specialists for weekly short talks exploring some of the greatest treasures of the Royal Collection!
Switch to Manual is an introductory workshop for camera users who tend to leave their camera set to Automatic modes and don’t unleash the full creativity that a DSLR or Bridge camera can deliver.
Enjoy a free guided lunchtime tour of the incredible Morris & Co exhibition every Thursday at 1pm with your exhibition ticket. Pre-booking essential.
Giles Terera’s boldly inventive debut play The Meaning of Zong is a timely response to the social upheaval the world has witnessed in recent years and a celebration of the power of individual action
Edinburgh artist Benet Haughton will be showing new artwork at St Mary’s Episcopal Cathedral. Entitled 'The Protecting Veil' it will run from the 9th to 27th April.
Cask Smugglers are thrilled to present our brand new Secret Domes, which boast some of the best views in Edinburgh from a spectacular vantage point on the rooftop of Waverley station.
Drawing on our outstanding typewriter collection, this exhibition features a range of machines, including an 1876 Sholes and Glidden typewriter which was the first to have a QWERTY keyboard.
Free, fun and fantastic! East Renfrewshire Libraries run several interactive song, rhyme and story Bookbug sessions!
Explore the trails in the woodland at Greenbank Garden, a fun way of looking for the first signs of spring!
Keep the kids entertained this Easter break at these drop in badge making session at The Stables, Falkland Estate!
This exhibition will explore how the desert communities of northern Peru have adapted to the impact of El Niño, the shifting band of warm ocean found on the Pacific coast of South America.
Join an expert guide on a tour of the world's most famous golf course. Walk in the footsteps of icons of the game and experience a player's eye view of the fabled links.
The famous Kirkcaldy Links Market, Europe's Longest Street Fair will return to the Esplanade from the 13th to 18th April 2022!
The Easter holidays are on the horizon, and we have a ‘tail’ or two to tell you all at Deep Sea World's Myths of the Sea event from the 2nd - 18th April.
Oliver’s Army Assistance and Therapy Dogs have started mental health drop in sessions every Friday at Crosshill Business Centre, Lochgelly.
The Oliver’s Army Assistance and Therapy Dogs Saturday Kids Club is for families to have a safe environment to have some fun, so why not pop in and say hello!
Kirklands, built in 1832, has a walled garden, terraces, woodland garden and over the bridge there is 20 acres of woodland with a pathway by the burn.
The spectacular views over Fife to Perthshire and Angus and the large flooded quarry full of fish, planted with impressive marginals, make the garden at South Flisk very special in the area.
Set on a hill, this one-acre Edwardian landscaped garden has panoramic views over the River Tay.
Visit St Andrews Art Club's spring exhibition offering a wide range of original art-work for display and sale!
Adam and Eve, an Acid Bath Killer, political polarisation, a mysterious cult AND a Doric jukebox musical are just some of the features of A Play, A Pie and A Pint's fabulous Spring programme!
Enjoy a wee walk and a premium whisky tasting in a local pub with a fun, local guide and see a new side to the city on your trip with this small group tour with Walking Tours in Glasgow!
AfroScots at GoMA brings together new acquisitions and existing works from Glasgow Museums' collection, reflecting complex dialogues around race, Empire, independence and post-colonial legacies.
Roll Up, Roll Up! The Big Kid Circus is in town with their brand new show MAYHEM! Catch them at Loch Lomond Shores between the 12th and 18th April
Artist Gail McGregor-Mason has created a piece of artwork, which is on display at The Mitchell Library, that highlights the global challenges affecting the world's oceans, seas and coastlines today.
The 'Coming into View' exhibition at Kelvingrove Art Gallery celebrates the work of amateur photographer Eric Watt through the mid-late 20th Century.
Have fun discovering Glasgow with two, quirky, heritage walks with an optional treasure hunt courtesy of Curious About!
Six Foot Gallery's Easter Exhibition bringing together works from a range of artists, including painters, photographers and jewellers!
It's time to get your game on! R-CADE is open Tuesday to Sunday for bumper a edition of retro gaming this Easter!
Between the 2nd and 17th April, come along to The Forge Market and take part in their fantastic Easter Hunt!
Glasgow Print Studio is honoured to present an exhibition of work by the late Dame Elizabeth Blackadder DBE, RA, RSA, RSW, RGI (1931 – 2021).
Flesh Arranges Itself Differently is a unique collaboration between The Hunterian and the David and Indrė Roberts Collection!
Fun Time Carnivals are bringing their funfair to Glasgow Green between the 1st and 18th April, just in time for the Easter Holidays!
Galactic Carnival, a brand-new space themed fairground is ready to launch at Silverburn, Glasgow this Spring!
The Ghost Signs of Glasgow Exhibition unearths the stories behind old signs and shopfronts of the city, don't miss it at Maryhill Burgh Halls!
Isle of Cumbrae Distillers' Gin Tour and Tastings highlight the important role women played in the history of gin and showcase the colourful smuggling history of the Clyde and the history of Millport!
Glasgow Central Tours offer you the chance to explore behind the scenes of Glasgow's most iconic and busiest landmarks, Central Station!
This is a 1.5 hour tour that will take you around all the main sites of the city, giving you an excellent opportunity to find out about Glasgow's rich history and culture!
Walking Tours in Glasgow is now offering a daily Street Art tour! This mural and modern culture tour will show the beautiful street art pieces scattered around the city of Glasgow!
Glass Ships in Bottles at the Scottish Maritime Museum tells the remarkable story of highly skilled scientific glassblowers who were made redundant following the decline of heavy industry in the 70s.
Good Move Glasgow run Health Walks right across the city which are suitable for all ages and abilities!
Saturday School run regular Grade Booster Days for pupils sitting SQA National 5 and Higher exams.
This Easter, Kelburn Castle & Estate presents the interactive family adventure Happily Ever After? The True Story of Jack and the Beanstalk!
After two years of closure, the Gallery at Pollok House will reopen with an exhibition on 'Glasgow Boy' artist Edward Atkinson Hornel and his trips to Japan in the 1890s and 1920s!
The amazing Inflatable Fun City is returning to Glasgow Green for the Easter holidays between 2nd and 18th April!
Kelvingrove Art Gallery & Museum holds delightful daily recitals by eminent local organists and visiting players!
Loch Lomond Faerie Trail is back with a new trail mystery! Book Now for tickets right through the summer and join in the biggest adventure yet!
This Easter join Rainbow Twisters for their fantastic Rainbow Wonderland event... perfect for 4 to 8 year olds!
West End Adventure are running their award-winning School Holiday Adventure Camps during the Easter and Summer holidays!
For two years Henry Bell and Angela Catlin documented the pandemic in Glasgow through their poems and photographs, they now present STILL LIFE an exhibition of their work at Sogo Art Gallery!
Glasgow Connected Arts Network, Sanctuary Queer Arts and Tron Theatre have teamed up to create 'Take me to a Place Where,' a theatre project engaging LGBTQIA+ identifying young people aged 13-18!
Enjoy a walking tour and explore the thriving food scene of Glasgow's leafy west end with The Glasgow Food and Drink Tour!
A selection of artists have created a collection of original artworks as homage to their fond memories and favourite aspects of 'The Pub', on display at ScotlandArt in April!
Come and play Bird Bingo at the National Museum of Rural Life! Can you find all the birds hiding around the museum?
Join MacKinnon Mills for their Easter Extravaganza! Not only is their Indoor Carnival returning for some Easter fun, they are also hosting breakfast or lunch with the Easter Bunny!
Join the team at Turlood Equestrian Centre for their 'Ride & Play' sessions with a Easter twist!
Join Get Walking Lanarkshire on one of their regular health walks! Enjoy the fresh air, meet new people and have a good blether!
Architects were invited to design their vision for Hamilton's most famous landmark, the Mausoleum, now you have the opportunity to view these entries at this special exhibition at Low Parks Museum!
The Summerlee Easter Egg-stravaganza over the Spring holidays guarantees a cracking day out for all the family!
Street Level Photoworks bring their hugely popular exhibition 'Waiting for the Magic' featuring the work of documentary photographer Oscar Marzaroli to North Lanarkshire Heritage Centre!
There's a host of egg-citing activities being held at IKEA Glasgow including an Easter egg hunt, arts and crafts, egg decorating and more!
The Braehead Funfair returns to the riverside Boardwalk during the Easter break promising fun for all the family!
Explore the woodland at RSPB Lochwinnoch during the Easter holidays and see if you can find the missing dinosaur eggs on this self-led adventure for all the family!
XSite Braehead will be hosting an Easter event over the course of two weeks, with the weekends featuring a wheel of fortune for kids to spin for the chance to win some sweet prizes!
Future Paisley Exhibition provides a look at Paisley's past, present and future, showcasing the exciting collection of transformational projects currently happening in Scotland's largest town!
Paisley's newest art space, The Art Department, in collaboration with Place Partnership at One Ren, is delighted to announce the opening of its first exhibition, Lumia: Performing Light!
This April join the Mad Hatters Easter Egg Hunt with family or friends at Braehead Shopping Centre's Family Funfair!
Spring is here and there's plenty to look forward to in Paisley town centre with Paisley First's Easter Bunny Trail!
Renfrewshire's Big Spring Clean is back, and this year it's going to be bigger and better than ever before! So grab your litter picker and get set to make your neighbourhood a little brighter!
Come along to ((BOUNCE)) Stirling classes, it's making fitness fun and more accessible for everyone!
This exhibition featuring works from collections influenced by Matilda Hall, a collector and supporter of Scottish art for over fifty years.
Take a tour of Bannockburn House, an historic category A-listed property, which has survived largely unchanged since the 17th century apart from a Victorian extension.
Our exciting family trail now includes LEGO! Fun for all ages, can you find all of our LEGO Argylls hidden around the Museum's First Floor?
Froglife's community driven artwork - the Mapestry - depicting the local heritage of the Forth Valley is on tour and comes to Stirling Central Library in April!
Come and explore Kilbride Castle gardens! They cover some 12 acres and are situated above the Ardoch Burn and below the castle.
Who was William Wallace? Listen as a costumed actor gives you an insight into the life of Scotland’s National Hero.
The Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum is pleased to welcome Derek Roberton’s artistic field study of adversity - Migrations!
Join Stirling Old Town's most grumblesome Ghoul, the Happy Hangman, Jock Rankin, on a creepy, comic guided ghostwalk!
Learn to speak with more confidence and effectiveness with your local Toastmasters Club, Stirling Speakers.
The Tolbooth Gallery will host a unique exhibition in April looking at Tartan from different perspectives.