What visitor attractions are open in Edinburgh?

Is Edinburgh Castle open for visitors?

You should allow at least 2 hours to see all of the castle highlights.

Castle opening times.

Season Opens Closes
Winter (1 Oct – 31 Mar) 9.30am 5pm

Can you walk around Edinburgh Castle for free?

You can walk in front of the castle, but there is not much to see. … The outside of the castle is free, but entry fees applies if you enter the castle. over a year ago.

Are museums in Scotland open?

In line with the updated Scottish Government guidelines, you no longer need to pre-book a ticket to visit the National Museum of Scotland. Find out more about visiting the National Museum of Scotland. Book tickets in advance for the National Museum of Rural Life and the National Museum of Flight.

What’s open in Edinburgh just now?

Edinburgh tourist attractions are now open! See our list of favourite places

  • BONUS. …
  • Unwind at the Royal Botanic Garden.
  • Explore The Edinburgh Zoo. …
  • A day of fun in Fort Douglas Adventure Park.
  • Journey through the surprisingly beautiful Jupiter Artland.
  • Visit the majestic Edinburgh Castle.
  • Have fun at Camera Obscura.

Are visitor attractions open in Scotland?

On 10 June 2020, the Scottish Government announced the first provisional date for the re-opening of the Scottish tourism sector. … Accommodations, tourist attractions, restaurants and activity providers were closed for many months over the winter, but have now been able to re-open.

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How many days do you need to see Edinburgh?

For first time visitors, we recommend spending at least two or three days in Edinburgh, which will give you enough time to explore the city centre and see the main sites.

Is Arthurs Seat Free?

It’s free to go up Arthur’s Seat. Allow 2 hours to go up and down. If it’s a hot day take water with you.

How long does it take to walk up Arthur’s Seat?

Climbing to the top of Arthur’s Seat and back takes about two hours, or you can choose a low-level, easier option. Get in touch to find out more, or visit the Guided Tours on Arthur’s Seat page.