Sunday, 9 November 2014

What's On - St Andrew's Day

Similar to last year, there are events and offers on across Scotland to celebrate St Andrew's Day this month.




P4 pupils from Royal Mile Primary in Edinburgh, Sophie Martin (chef), Angelina Wood (skier), Siaka Jateh (golfer) and Erkan Gullupinar (surfer), all aged eight, got into the spirit of the celebrations, dressed to represent the vast range of activities on offer across Scotland - from food and drink events and surfing lessons to skiing experiences and mini golf – all to mark our national day on 30 November.

There are over 200 participating attractions across the country offering 2 for 1, kids go free or even free entry, presenting a huge variety of fun days out to suit every taste.


Culture vultures can enjoy visiting House for an Art Lover in Glasgow (I recommend a trip to the cafe for lunch) and the latest exhibits at the National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh (I've been twice, with and without the kids and highly rate it), while outdoor enthusiasts can take in the best of Scotland’s scenery at the Nevis Range, explore the countryside with Segway tours in Dumfries or go Nessie hunting at the Loch Ness Centre.  Budding scientists can investigate the cosmos at Satrosphere, Aberdeen or learn about the world underwater at Macduff Marine Aquarium.

To find out what's on across Scotland this St Andrew's Day and download your event vouchers, visit www.scotland.org/winter.

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