Who is Robbie Burns?
Robert Burns is Scotland's best-loved bard and Burns Suppers have been held in his honour for over 200 years.
What is a Haggis?
Haggis, contrary to popular belief is NOT the mythical furry creature, with two legs shorter than its others...to allow it to run easily along hillsides! Nor is it any kind of creature known to man.
Hogmanay in Edinburgh
From 29 December through to 1 January, Edinburgh was the place to see in the New Year! Four days of events, celebrations, music, and dance attract huge crowds from across the globe and, the best New Year party in the world!
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A Summer of Scottish Festivals!
From Whisky to Tartan and from Jazz to Books. With summer just around the corner, we thought you might like to find out a little bit about 'what's on' this summer.
The Culzean Castle Experience.
Just like a storybook castle, this fantastic example of Robert Adam's genius stands dramatically on a cliff with superb views across the sea to the mountains of the Island of Arran.
T in the Park 2009.
It's nearly that time of year again, Scotland's number 1 music festival and takes place at Balado near Kinross. Over 80,000 people from Scotland and across the world will be there!
The Countdown to Glasgow 2014!
It may be 5 years until The Commonwealth Games comes to Glasgow, but the countdown is very much on! We take a look back at the history of the games which have taken place every four years since 1930.
The 2009 Edinburgh Military Tattoo.
The 2009 Edinburgh Military Tattoo celebrates its 60th season, while paying tribute to the 250th anniversary of the birth of Scotland's national bard, Robert Burns, set against the world famous backdrop of Edinburgh Castle.