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Written by Davide Tedesco|
As lockdown eases and holiday homes open their doors to their guests, Edinburgh is now ready to be rediscovered
Below we have made a list of our favourite places to visit that are now open!
The second oldest in Britain with 70-acres of majestic and peaceful scenery. Home to Britain's biggest palm house and an extensive arboretum with rare giant trees, woodland garden and an aquatic house, with tropical water plants. If this wasn't enough, the gardens have lovely cafes, a restaurant, a shop and displays in the Exhibition Hall.
A must visit during any season of the year!
A unique visitor attraction, home to rare and endangered animals, including the UK’s only giant pandas. Watch Edinburgh's famous penguin parade and say 'hi' to Sir Nils Olav, to the world's only Knighted penguin!
Watch a Sumatran tiger, lions, monkeys and other spectacular creatures!
Located in Dalkeith, just outside Edinburgh, the adventure park is a hidden gem for families visitng Edinburgh. Explore the Sky Maze, the most magical turreted treehouses, zip wires, suspension bridges, slides, climbing walls and secret tunnels of this brand new playground.
Fort Douglas has two amazing play zones: one that’s perfect for toddler play and another for ages five plus. What’s more, even adults can go on all the equipment so the whole family can play together. If you are looking for some good entertainment for your kids this has to be on your list of places to go!
A picturesque garden part of the estate of Bonnington House, Jupiter Artland is the home to unique contemporary art open to the public.
The sculpture park is full of surprises, with art that delights and astonishes. This is a place that is ideal for all ages and will leave its visitors with a truly memorable experience.
The park is only ten miles outside of Edinburgh.
We know just how much you've been dreaming of your next getaway and want you to leave any worries behind. So prepare your things and get ready to Rediscover Edinburgh!