Our quest to visit as many beaches as possible via public transport from Edinburgh took us out to Kinghorn in Fife the other week. Kinghorn has been on my travel bucket list for a while, and despite the hazy weather
We are blessed to live with easy reach of the beach here in Edinburgh, with beach after beach stretching along the East Lothian and Fife coasts to either side of us. Although we don't have a car, there are quite
With Burns Night just around the corner - the day that Scotland celebrates its national nard, Robert Burns (a.k.a. Rabbie Burns) - I thought it would be fun to put together an activity pack for the kids with some themed
Happy Museum Monday. We’re back this week to share another of our recent cultural day trips with you. This week, we’re sharing last month’s visit to St Andrew’s to celebrate our wedding anniversary.
We had booked in to visit St Andrew’s
Museum Monday has been on a bit of a break since the beginning lockdown in Spring, with most cultural institutions closed and all travel plans put on hold. But as things slowly started to open up again, we embarked on
Happy Museum Monday! We are blessed with having some great family-friendly museums and galleries here in Edinburgh, and most of them offer free entry too. During our recent half-term break, we attended a great art workshop at the Scottish National
Happy Museum Monday! We've got a great treat to share with you today. This past weekend, Mr Fox and I visited the new TYRANNOSAURS exhibition at the National Museum of Scotland. It was created by the Australian Museum, and has
Happy Museum Monday! Following on from last week's post about the local history museum in Linlithgow, I wanted to share our visit to Linlithgow Palace during the same trip.
Linlithgow Palace was the birthplace of several monarchs, most famous of all
Happy Museum Monday! We've got another Scottish recommendation for you today. Over the October half term break, we had a little mini break in Linlithgow which is just one train stop away from Edinburgh. It's famous for being the birthplace
We're slowly working our way around various pumpkin patches in Scotland. Two years ago, we visited Craigie's Farm in South Queensferry, last year we checked out Killduff Farm in East Lothian, and this year we headed over to West Lothian
Happy Museum Monday! A couple of weeks ago I shared our visit to the fantastic Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum in Dunfermline, here in Scotland. Well, it's not the only museum Dunfermline has to offer, as we also popped in to