Sightseeing tours of the Firth of Forth, Inchcolm Island and the Forth Bridges from South Queensferry, Edinburgh
Links to other local websites of interest.
- Tourist Information
- Edinburgh Information
- Local Attractions
- Transport and Travel
- Miscellaneous Edinburgh Links
Useful information for tourists.
The official site of the Scottish Tourist Board.
- Visit and Discover Scotland
Visit Scotland and discover exciting cities, beautiful scenery and many places where you can experience a holiday or short break of a lifetime.
- Activity Point
Your guide to activities, attractions and places to visit in Scotland.
The busiest walkers' website in the UK and the 2nd busiest tourism website in Scotland.
Entertainment listings, Edinburgh info.
News and events from Scotland's capital.
- Edinburgh Festivals
The official online listings for every Edinburgh Festival.
- Forth Bridges Visitor Centre Trust
Visitor Centre, useful information, history, facts and figures.
- Historic Scotland
Places To Visit - Scotland’s story is told through its ancient monuments and historic buildings.
Blackness Castle, Inchcolm Abbey, Linlithgow Palace.
- The National Trust for Scotland
The National Trust for Scotland is the conservation charity that protects and promotes Scotland's natural and cultural heritage for present and future generations to enjoy. House of the Binns, Culross Palace, Kellie Castle, Hill of Tarvit, Falkland Palace, Newhailes.
- Deep Sea World
Take a walk through one of the world’s longest undersea viewing tunnels and watch many types of sea creatures including sharks swim above your head!
- Scottish Seabird Centre (North Berwick)
The Scottish Seabird Centre is an award winning wildlife visitor centre and one of Scotland's five star attractions. From its stunning location overlooking the sea and islands of the Forth, visitors enjoy a close encounter with nature to remember.
- Sula II Boat Trips (North Berwick)
Sula II is the traditional launch that provides sightseeing boat trips from North Berwick harbour to the world famous Bass Rock, Craigleith (“The Craig”) and Fidra.
- Hopetoun House
Scotland's finest stately home.
- Dalmeny House and Country Park
Dalmeny House, family home of the Earls of Rosebery, is set in parkland overlooking the Firth of Forth.
- The Royal Yacht Britannia
Britannia sailed over one million miles before making Edinburgh's historic port of Leith her final home. Come and discover her fascinating story for yourself.
- Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh
Open daily [excluding 25 December & 1 January] from 10am, closing: 4pm November-February, 6pm March, 7pm April-September and 6pm October. Entry to the Garden is free.
- Edinburgh Zoo
Edinburgh Zoo is the largest and most exciting wildlife attraction in Scotland, commited to the highest standards of animal welfare, conservation and environmental education.
- Edinburgh Bus Tours
The best way to see Scotland's Capital City of Edinburgh!
- First Scotrail
For rail travel information and timetables to and from South Queensferry and throughout Scotland.
- Queensferry Business Association
We are a local Business Association covering the areas of Dalmeny, Kirkliston and Queensferry. Our aim is to promote, support, and encourage business within the community.
- Edinburgh Boat Charters
Private and corporate yacht charters from Port Edgar marina, South Queensferry.