A fine selection of holiday cottages, hotels, B&Bs, inns, lodges, Travelodges, Premier Inns etc across The Lowlands. Includes Edinburgh, Glasgow, Loch Lomond and Troassachs National Park and the Scottish Borders. Pictured is the Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow.
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Top 10 Recommended Things To Do in The Lowlands

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New Lanark World Heritage Site

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, New Lanark is a model cotton mill village dating from the eighteenth century.

Edinburgh Castle

One of Scotland's top tourist attractions and part of a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Great views across Edinburgh.

Stirling Castle

Built on top of a volcanic crag, in 1543 Mary Queen of Scots was crowned here when just nine months old.

The National Gallery of Scotland Complex

Works by Raphael, Titian, El Greco, Velázquez, Rembrandt, Rubens, Van Gogh, Monet, Cézanne, Degas, Gauguin are held in this world famous collection.

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum

Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum opened in 1901 and contains one of the finest collections of arms and armour in the world and a vast natural history collection.

Glasgow Science Centre

Three attractions in one. The Science Mall, IMAX cineman and Glasgow Tower.

St Andrew's Cathedral

St Andrew's took 150 years to build, was consecrated in 1318 by Robert the Bruce and fell into disuse after the Reformation.

Kelso Abbey

One of Scotland's Border Abbeys. Try also Dryburgh, Jedburgh and Melrose. Pop over the border to walk in Northumberland National Park, too.

Loch Lomond, West Dunbartonshire

On the Highland Boundary Fault and part of the border between The Highlands & Islands and The Lowlands. Central to the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.

Linlithgow Palace

Birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots in 1542 a short drive from Edinburgh.