Join us at The Battle of Bannockburn over the summer holidays for a dazzling array of exciting activities!
Enjoy a visit to Ault Wharrie, formerly the Masonic Home in Dunblane, on 25th July. The extensive grounds have been redesigned and replanted over the last five years.
Join us on Saturday 7th August for a day of family fun at The Stirling Smith Art Gallery and Museum. Our garden will be full of exciting performances!
Dust down the boots and training shoes, slip or squeeze into your football gear and join Giffnock Soccer Centre's Walking Football section!
Choose How U Move East Ren is running between the 17th May and 31st October 2021! Join the programme today, get active & earn fantastic rewards to support your local community!
Glasgow's brand new coaching brand PRIME Football Coaching is launching this summer with four weeks of fun football camps at Pro Soccer, Rouken Glen Park!
Pro-Soccer Minis Summer Camps is a fun and enjoyable class to introduce our pre-school children an enjoyable start to the nation's favourite game!
Pro-Soccer Skills School Summer Camp is a fun and innovative class designed to give children an enjoyable start to the nation's favourite game!
Join the Whitelee Rangers on their free weekly parent & baby walking group which meets every Friday morning at 10am at Whitelee Windfarm Visitor Centre!
DinoCHUMs East Ren is a family friendly, app-based Treasure Hunt being held in Rouken Glen Park, for residents of East Renfrewshire, as part of the wider Choose How U Move East Ren programme!
Test your family's map reading skills on the Whitelee Countryside Rangers' Cryptic Puzzle Trails on Saturday 31st July!
Join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers on Sunday 1st August as they explore the hilltops near the visitor centre!
Join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers on Sunday 22nd August as they return with their popular wood carving workshop!
Run the Blades returns to Whitelee Windfarm for 2021 in September with three events... a 10K, Half Marathon and the 50K Ultra!
Join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers on the Lochgoin Circuit, the third walk in a series of hikes to build up the distance and your stamina for walking!
Join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers for an 11 mile 'Across The Site Hike' starting at the Visitor Centre and ending at Ardochrig!
Join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers on the first day of the October break for a led cycle around Lochgoin reservoir!
Get a head start on next year's nesting season and build your own bird box with the Whitelee Countryside Rangers on Saturday 16th October!
All About Barrhead have announced that their Big Barrhead Scarecrow Festival is making a return for 2021 and they're inviting all residents and businesses within the town to take part!
Join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers for a leisurely cycle to some of the historic points in the windfarm such as Dunwan Hill, Lochgoin monument and everything inbetween!
Bring your headtorch and join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers for a walk on the wild side this Halloween!
Get ready for the return of the annual Big Barrhead Hallowe'en Parade on Saturday 30th October featuring their spooktacular parade and huge firework finale!
The most popular festive event in East Renfrewshire, 'A Very, Merry, Clarkston Christmas', makes its return to Clarkston Halls & Car Pak on Saturday 20th November!
The Big Escape is a brand new interactive outdoor experience, played on your smartphone, which will turn Edinburgh City Centre into a giant escape game!
Come and meet our small independent traders at this bustling weekly farmers market right beside the Water of Leith!
A foodie heaven, creative crafts, original artwork, superb street food. Eat, meet, greet or treat - there is something for everyone!
Experience Edinburgh's original Farmers' Market at Castle Terrace every Saturday from 9am - 2pm!
A monthly market for West Linton, held on the first Saturday of the month, showcasing artisan foods, produce and crafts.
Edinburgh Corn Exchange Car Boot Sale Market is open but with strict rules and guidelines. Come and join us for some bargains and for sellers to have a clearout!
Visit Longwood, an extensive, long-established country garden at 800 feet, undergoing renewal. There are ducks and hens, stream and ponds as well as areas of wild garden.
Have fun discovering Edinburgh on this quirky, self-guided, heritage walk with a treasure hunt theme from Curious About!
The Pop-Up Pro's are bringing their popular food market and beer garden, Festival Village, to the rooftop at Waverley Mall once again this Summer!
The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh is hosting one of artist Ellie Harrison’s four Early Warning Signs.
Wonder Wander, by Edinburgh-based sculptor Andrea Geileis, is the first extensive display of outdoor sculptures in the grounds of Waterston House.
‘After Zooms’ are a re-invention of Capital Theatres popular play days and they are happening live and in-person in Festival Theatre's Courtyard this summer.
This summer Capital Theatres are delighted to be returning with Wee Creatives, live and in person, delivered in the newly transformed courtyard space at the Festival Theatre!
This Ranger-led walk at Hopetoun House will lead you through the nature and history of Hopetoun’s designed landscape.
Family takeovers are back with two hour sessions delivered outdoors by professional artist, providing an opportunity for families to make, create and play together.
Come and visit Humbie Dean, a two-acre ornamental and woodland garden sandwiched between two burns at 600 feet with interest throughout a long season!
Search Party Edinburgh is back for Summer 2021! Race against the clock around the streets of Edinburgh and help Professor Artie Fact find the missing city mascot.
Explore the mysteries of the deep ocean in this outdoor photography exhibition that tells the story of marine science in Scotland, from its earliest beginnings to the present day.
2021 is a very special summer, and at Almond Valley we're doing even more than usual to ensure that everyone enjoys a brilliant time with our range of activities for children of all ages!
Pentlands Activity Camps (PAC) offers school holiday fun, adventure and activity for school aged children (5+/nearing the end of Primary 1) and young teenagers.
Do you want to explore Edinburgh's top sights in one evening AND discover gruesome secrets about the city that Scotland would rather keep hidden? Well then, this is the tour for your!
Celebrate all things great in food & drink when the Edinburgh Food Festival returns to George Square Gardens IN 2021!
Our squib guide will show you Edinburgh's must-see landmarks and key locations from the Harry Potter book and film series. What are you waiting for? Potterheads assemble!
Meander Apparel Sunday Socials are free weekly bike rides leaving from the George Street store, providing the chance for any casual cyclists to meet new people with common interests.
Come and enjoy tea, home baking and a chat with our friendly plot-holders at this independent allotment site is a tranquil and charming space, hidden away in a built-up area!
Pop-up Opera is back on the road for Summer 2021 with a bumper tour featuring Gilbert & Sullivans' best-loved hits! Don't miss it at Edinburgh Zoo on 28th July!
Pop-up Opera is back on the road for Summer 2021 with a bumper tour featuring Gilbert & Sullivans' best-loved hits! Don't miss it at Edinburgh's Festival Theatre between 29th July & 1st August!
Explore the six-acre formal garden attributed to Gertrude Jekyll, surrounding Greywalls Hotel, with stunning views over East Lothian and the Forth!
Set within 200 acres of private parkland, The Preston Hall Walled Garden is opening for the month of August only for all to come and enjoy!
Filled with an abundance of beautiful crafted gifts and delicious foodies, Castle Street Festival Fair is one not to be missed this summer!
Enjoy your Bank Holiday at Hopetoun House with a Ranger-led stroll along the foreshore exploring part of the best of West Lothian's geological resource!
MOVE is about migration, loss and communal healing. Weaving storytelling, choral soundscape and Gaelic song, five women portray the ebb and flow of people across the globe throughout the ages.
Take a walking tour through time, seeing Edinburgh's Old Town as it was when the Jacobites were there from September 17th to October 31st 1745.
A Play, A Pie and A Pint returns to Edinburgh this summer with Aye, Elvis, an alternative love story about escapism, identity and a Doric Elvis.
Welcome back to the Edinburgh International Festival with this opening event of awe-inspiring music and spectacle at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh.
Foodies Festival, the UK’s biggest food festival, returns to Edinburgh’s Inverleith Park 6th, 7th and 8th August 2021!
Escape room meets theatre in this interactive, family-friendly adventure around the streets of Edinburgh’s New Town.
From the home of Just The Tonic comes Comedy Shindig in Linlithgow, featuring some of the best comedians in the country this summer.
The Out East Festival has been postponed until August 2022.
A Play, A Pie and A Pint returns to Edinburgh this summer with Chic Murray - A Funny Place for a Window.
Dubbed ‘the new sound of traditional Scotland’, fiddle player Duncan Chisholm plays authentic Highland music accompanied by a selection of Scottish artists.
The celebrated Dutch fortepianist returns to the Festival with two esteemed friends and colleagues to perform passionate chamber music.
Dalia Stasevska conducts the BBC Symphony Orchestra in a colourful concert that features PIVOT, a new work by New York-based composer Anna Clyne.
Songs from much-loved Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals are reimagined under music director Wayne Marshall in a new staging by Kim Criswell.
The award-winning Scottish singer-songwriter performs her hauntingly beautiful folk melodies at the Edinburgh International Fetival on Sunday 8th August.
Scottish Opera returns to live music this summer with a boisterous new outdoor production from world-renowned director, Sir David McVicar!
A passionate Romantic concert performed by two daring and pioneering musicians, featuring Brahms’s stormy Third Violin Sonata.
A new musical partnership in the making sees Isata Kanneh-Mason and Vasily Petrenko join forces with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
One of Scotland’s leading instrumental groups, RURA’s performances grip audiences with their uniquely raw yet polished sound.
Scottish Highlands folk rock band Tide Lines will perform their roaring, escapist anthems at Edinburgh International Festival.
Combining concertina, fiddle and guitar, the fiery Talisk trio give a typically fast-paced and genre-bending performance.
In their first Scottish show following the release of their new album, The Staves bring their harmonic alternative folk sounds to the Edinburgh International Festival!
The Zehetmair Quartet returns to the International Festival with an exhilarating concert of much-loved Chamber works played from memory.
The Gaelic supergroup bring a contemporary take on traditional music to the Festival with a rousing performance including bagpipes, fiddle and Gaelic song.
Norwegian lyric soprano Mari Eriksmoen gives a rare UK performance, joining prize-winning German pianist Daniel Heide for a recital of Romantic songs.
Mendelssohn’s bewitching A Midsummer Night’s Dream is performed by the Royal Scottish National Orchestra with the Edinburgh Festival Chorus, narrated by Harriet Walter.
Indie rising stars The Snuts perform their irresistibly catchy UK number-one debut album at Edinburgh International Festival on Wednesday 11th August!
The technically dazzling quintet draws from a wide range of folk traditions and classical music to create an excitingly unique sound.
Neu! Reekie!, a prize-winning literary collective and arts production house, presents a one-off happening in their distinct avant-garde style.
The celebrated Edinburgh-based pianist brings together four contrasting pieces, ranging from Beethoven to experimental US composer George Crumb.
Shared Melodies opens A Great Disordered Heart’s concert series, curated by Aidan O’Rourke, with a mesmerising, stripped-back take on traditional Irish and Scottish melody.
Maxim Emelyanychev conducts two dynamic pieces for piano and winds by Mozart and Thuille – one much-loved, one rarely heard.
Murderous rage is unleashed, and death can be the only solution...Or can it? In their 29th open-air touring season, Illyria stick to their home-turf: Shakespearean comedy.
The avant-garde Northumbrian folk storyteller combines an incredible singing voice, gritty subject matter and dark humour to create his unforgettable style.
Some of the world’s most powerful Gaelic voices come together for Shared Songs – the second concert in the Aidan O’Rourke-curated series A Great Disordered Heart.
In the first of three concerts at this year’s International Festival, Scottish violinist Nicola Benedetti leads an ensemble of period-instrument players in a vivid rediscovery of Baroque works.
This year’s poetry series celebrates those poets whose collections work to fill in the gaps in our understanding of ourselves, our society and communities and our planet.
How do we begin to make sense of the ever-changing world we are living in? In this series we look at stories and ideas that offer positive prescriptions for a better future.
This series explores how the West’s traditional narratives around race and colonialism are increasingly agreed to be toxic and unacceptable.
This year’s series of events for young adults takes a fearless and unflinching look at the issues affecting young people today.
This series looks at stories of migration: from the often brutal catalysts for moving, to the arduous journeys undertaken, to the process of trying to adapt to a new home.
Join us for our series celebrating the stories and voices blazing a trail for the LGBTQIA+ community today.
Composer, electronic musician and producer Sam Shepherd (aka Floating Points) crafts a euphoric live show, immersing the audience in spontaneous energy.
Distinguished pianist Malcolm Martineau and a gathering of musical friends perform a concert of songs based on the poetry of Sir Walter Scott.
It’s pirate ships, pieces of eight and salty old sea dogs at Newhailes House in Quantum Theatre’s swashbuckling new adaptation of the classic pirate adventure, Treasure Island.
The final concert in the A Great Disordered Heart series, curated by Aidan O’Rourke, presents two of the most thrilling acts in Scottish and Irish folk music today.
Festival favourite Marin Alsop conducts the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra in a joyful concert including Beethoven’s Fifth Symphony.
Join us for a captivating look into the past, present and future of Scottish writing.
In this series of events we turn to those who offer positive calls to action and creative perspectives for protecting our planet – giving us hope that it’s not too late.
Expect fun and frank discussions about a subject integral to almost everything we do as we consider the all-important role our bodies play in our sense of self.
The Book Festival has long been a champion of new writing and new writers and this year we welcome a host of authors whose dazzling debuts are already making big waves in the literary world.
Multi-instrumentalist and composer Erland Cooper takes inspiration from his native Orkney to create a thought-provoking sonic experience.
Giant puppet Storm will walk around the streets of North Berwick and gaze down upon both the beauty and the mess strewn at her feet.
Breabach’s five multi-instrumentalist members combine tradition and innovation in their imaginative and highly skilled performances.
The Chineke! Chamber Ensemble performs two rarely heard pieces by composers Coleridge Taylor and Vaughan Williams.
In this series, we take a close look at the art and artists who have been a source of inspiration to others. From musicians and painters to writers and poets.
Principal Guest Conductor Elim Chan leads the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in an electrifying concert featuring cellist Sol Gabetta.
The Scottish-African choir present upbeat, vibrant songs from a new musical set in Scotland and Zimbabwe as part of Edinburgh International Festival.
Master kora player Ballaké Sissoko and cellist Vincent Ségal perform their own unique blend of West African troubadour songs and Baroque music.
Chineke! Orchestra joins dynamic mezzo soprano Andrea Baker to perform the trailblazing song cycle woman.life.song, featuring influences of pop, blues and jazz.
Multi-award-winning artist and producer Moses Boyd brings his genre-crossing fusion of jazz improvisation and dancefloor beats to Edinburgh.
Nicola Benedetti performs a new multimedia concert, journeying through the musical history of the violin from Bach to the present day.
Legendary Soviet pianist Elisabeth Leonskaja is one of the most widely respected pianists performing today. Don't miss her performance at the Edinburgh International Festival on 18th August!
It's an exciting new chapter for FARA as they welcome young Highland pianist Rory Matheson to the line-up. Catch them at the Edinburgh International Festival on 18th August!
Indie powerhouse Nadine Shah brings her politically charged post-punk music to the Festival, following the massive success of her latest LP, Kitchen Sink.
Conductor Valery Gergiev and pianist Daniil Trifonov return to the International Festival with the Royal Scottish National Orchestra for a radiant concert.
Expect freewheeling improvisations and post-punk, jazz and prog rock influences in one exciting, blistering performance from Mercury nominees black midi.
The award-winning Munich-based Goldmund Quartet makes its International Festival debut with Schubert and Haydn on 19th August.
Shetland fiddler Jenna Reid and pianist Harris Playfair join the genre-defying string ensemble Mr McFall’s Chamber on 19th August.
A spirit-lifting concert from the celebrated orchestra with Sir Simon Rattle as conductor on 19th August.
International Festival favourite Anna Meredith returns to Edinburgh to perform her second album accompanied by her live band.
Composer Errollyn Wallen continues Henry Purcell’s great operatic tragedy Dido and Aeneas in Dido’s Ghost, a new concert performance featuring Golda Schultz.
Join Barrie Kosky and Katharine Mehrling in an intimate soirée and discover the songs of German composer Kurt Weill.
The International Festival debut of the award-winning Georgian-born pianist, in a concert showcasing her technical brilliance.
Pop-up Opera is back on the road for Summer 2021 with a bumper tour featuring Gilbert & Sullivans' best-loved hits! Don't miss it at Musselburgh Racecourse on 21st & 22nd August!
A darkly humorous musical storytelling performance combining dance, theatre and International Festival resident artist Nicola Benedetti’s superb violin playing.
Directed by Christine Devaney and featuring an ensemble of Edinburgh-based performers, Field is an immersive, uplifting work that has Arthur’s Seat as its backdrop.
Legendary singer-songwriter Karine Polwart returns to the International Festival in a special performance with jazz pianist and composer Dave Milligan.
Singer-songwriter Siobhan Miller performs traditional, contemporary and self-penned songs in her award-winning soulful style.
The Northumbrian folk collective is fronted by sisters Rachel and Becky Unthank and they bring their intricate harmonies and home-grown style to a wide range of genre-crossing music.
Awarded young performers Jay Bernard and Jefferson Tshabalala unleash dynamism in this exciting A Toast to the People offering.
‘Britain’s best new band’ offer a fiercely energetic sonic time capsule merging the past, the present and the future.
Gerald Finley and Julius Drake give a powerful recital of Romantic song based around verse on love, desire and loss by German poet Heinrich Heine.
Mezzo soprano Joyce DiDonato joins Italian period instrument ensemble Il Pomo D’Oro to perform her chosen opera arias.
Inua Ellams and Saul Williams bring their own distinct styles to this interactive and not-to-be-missed A Toast to the People event.
The Blur and Gorillaz frontman follows up his Mercury nominated first solo album with a brand-new show. Catch him at Edinburgh Internation Festival on Tuesday 24th August!
Twenty-year-old violinist Noa Wildschut makes her International Festival debut, joined by remarkable young pianist Elisabeth Brauß, in an upbeat and expansive recital.
Bass-baritone and jazz singer Thomas Quasthoff joins three German jazz stars in For You, a concert dedicated to his listeners.
Sir Andrew Davis conducts the Royal Scottish National Orchestra in a concert performance of Richard Strauss’s comedy Ariadne auf Naxos.
Grammy award-winning American soprano Renée Fleming joins German pianist Hartmut Höll for a wide-ranging concert of classical song.
Join this cosmic trio for psychedelic rock, jazz and electronica, or as they describe it, ‘the music of the future, but backwards’.
Vanessa Kisuule and Safiya Sinclair impart their wide-ranging experiences for an unforgettable A Toast to the People performance.
Led by international violin soloist Ilya Gringolts, the Gringolts Quartet performs a dazzling concert with pieces ranging from melancholic to euphoric.
This young London-based collective combines jazz improvisation with Afrobeat rhythms and three-part harmonies to create intricate, mellow compositions.
Pioneering Gambian kora player Sona Jobarteh draws from her Griot lineage in a performance of technically intricate melodies accompanied by her five-piece band.
Egyptian soprano Fatma Said makes her International Festival debut with Edinburgh-born pianist Malcolm Martineau, featuring Mozart and Spanish songs by Lorca and Falla.
Malian actress, musician and activist Fatoumata Diawara blends ancient and modern African styles on her latest album FENFO.
Canadian composer, musician and recording artist Dan Snaith, aka Caribou, brings his distinct sound to his highly anticipated Edinburgh International Festival debut on Saturday 28th August.
Let's Rock Scotland, the Ultimate 80's Festival, returns to Dalkeith Country Park on Saturday 28th August with a fantastic lineup of artists bringing you the very best of the 80’s!
Join legendary bass-baritone Thomas Quasthoff to discover how to create an exceptional performance, as he gives public masterclasses to two emerging duos of young singers.
The final orchestral concert of the Festival is a magical performance of works from Japan, France and Russia, conducted by Kazushi Ono.
Soulful singer Laura Mvula pays homage to the sounds of 80s new wave and dance-pop, as heard in her upcoming new album Pink Noise.
The Edinburgh Festival Chorus return in smaller form, with a concert as wide-ranging as in previous years.
The genre-defying Tune-Yards combine unapologetically political lyrics with a unique pop sound.
Enjoy this 3 hour Ranger-led walk taking in interesting corners of Hopetoun this summer!
A Ranger-led guided walk to help you investigate the tracks, trails and signs of the Hopetoun wildlife.
This Halloween, Edinburgh Zoo is opening its gates after dark to invite you on a family friendly spooktacular trail through the zoo!
Come along for a gentle Ranger-led walk on to explore the fascinating world of fungi at Hopetoun House.
Don't miss a stunning creative lighting journey through the winding mystical pathways of the amazing Wondrous Woods when it returns to the grounds of Hopetoun House in 2021!
Hop Run, in partnership with Stewart Brewing, after a covid-19 break, will be back for its second year on Saturday 23rd October 2021!
The Men's 10K Edinburgh returns on Sunday 24th October 2021! Get healthier, raise awareness for Men’s Health, and enjoy everything this fantastic city has to offer!
Make your evenings merry and bright this festive season with a magical journey through Edinburgh Zoo!
Explore the sights and sounds of Christmas in this magical after dark experience when it returns to the Royal Botanic Gardens in Edinburgh!
Catch Rachel Sermanni, a Scottish based contemporary folk musician, singer and songwriter, at Summerhall on Friday 3rd December!
Pop superstar Olly Murs will be heading out on a tour of stunning outdoor venues across the UK in 2022, catch him live at Edinburgh Castle on Friday 8th July 2022!
Taking place in the heart of Scotland’s capital city, the third edition of Edinburgh Summer Sessions pops up against the backdrop of Edinburgh Castle!
Get along to Cupar Farmers Market, offering a great range of produce, on the third Saturday of every month!
Come along to St. Andrews Farmers Market and find a wide range of artisan producers come together selling delicious food and specially made crafts!
Explore Glassmount House gardens, a densely planted walled garden and surrounding woodland with an A-listed sun dial, Mackenzie & Moncur greenhouse and historical doocot.
Willowhill is an evolving three-acre garden with a series of mixed borders designed with different vibrant colour combinations for effect all season.
Set on a hill, this one-acre Edwardian landscaped garden has panoramic views over the River Tay.
Enjoy a woodland walk beside the loch and stunning views from the garden of Lindores House!
Bowhouse Market Weekends are a celebration of the best food and drink from Fife and beyond with a host of food and drink producers and the opportunity to try a great selection of street food.
Kirkcaldy Boot and Mart, indoor and outdoor every Saturday, Sunday and Wednesday... all welcome!
Come along to Leven Artisan Market 2021! Just like our 2020 markets we will have a variety of stalls selling, artisan crafts, homewares, cosmetics and speciality food and drink.
The Aberdour Festival is possibly the best festival of the Summer, each year playing host to an exciting and packed programme of events!
Pop-up Opera is back on the road for Summer 2021 with a bumper tour featuring Gilbert & Sullivans' best-loved hits! Don't miss it at St Andrews Band Stand.
Enjoy an action-packed day of entertainment for the whole family at the Kwik Fit British Touring Car Championship held in Knockhill on 14th & 15th August!
Against the dramatic backdrop of one of the former homes of Mary Queen of Scots, the stirring tale of the charismatic king will be brought to life over a summer’s evening.
Scottish indie-rockers Arab Strap have announced a UK and Ireland tour for 2021 including a show at the Glen Pavilion, Pittencrieff Park on Friday 3rd September!
Are you really brave? Then Horr'Ore is the Halloween event for you. Created within the eerie woodland at Lochore Meadows.
Spook'Ore is a family friendly Halloween event at Lochore Meadows. Something for everyone and don’t worry it’s not that scary!
PROG IN THE PARK 2.0 is taking place at the Glen Pavilion, Pittencrief Park Dunfermline in aid of Macmillan Cancer Support Scotland. Don't miss 12 hours of quality prog rock Live!
Have fun discovering Glasgow with a self-guided, heritage walk with a treasure hunt theme from Curious About!
The Big Escape is a brand new interactive outdoor experience, played on your smartphone, which will turn Glasgow City Centre into a giant escape game!
Good Move Glasgow run Health Walks right across the city which are suitable for all ages and abilities!
Browse the stalls and bag yourself a bargain at the twice weekly City Markets Bridgeton Cross Retail Market!
Browse the stalls and bag yourself a bargain at the weekly City Markets Mansfield Park Partick Retail Market!
Browse the stalls and bag yourself a bargain at the weekly City Markets retail market and car boot sale in Govan (opposite the Govan Shopping Centre)!
Ayrshire Farmers Markets hold a market in Kilmarnock town centre on the third Saturday of each month!
This popular farmers market brings rural Scotland to the centre of Glasgow's west end twice a month!
Park Lane Market is a pop-up market held on the first and last Sunday of each month in Shawlands, featuring a range of boutique stalls!
As part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme you can visit Glenarn in Rhu, Helensburgh, a complete example of a ten-acre garden which spans from 1850 to the present day!
You'll find meat, fish, game, Cheese, home baking, plants, Organic soap, jewellery, and more at Milngavie Market on the first and third Friday of each month!
Loch Lomond Faerie Trail is back with a new trail mystery! Book Now for tickets right through the summer and join us in our biggest adventure yet!
Buy the best of seasonal local produce at Helensburgh Market in the Square held on the second and last Saturdays of each month in Colquhoun Square!
With 21 stops where you can hop on and off to visit some of the city's leading attractions, City Sightseeing Glasgow is the perfect way to explore Glasgow!
This is a 1.5 - 2 hour tour that will take you around all the main sites of the city, giving you an excellent opportunity to find out about Glasgow's rich history and culture!
Walking Tours in Glasgow is now offering a Street Art tour! This mural and modern culture tour will show the beautiful street art pieces scattered around the city of Glasgow!
To celebrate Scotland's Year of Coasts & Waters Culzean Castle have created a fantastical trail of willow sculptures depicting creatures, real and mythical, of the sea and water!
Get under the skin of Glasgow's vibrant music scene with this entertaining, guided walking tour of Merchant City and the East End from Glasgow Music City Tours!
Feel the beat of Glasgow's vibrant music scene with this entertaining, guided walking tour of the city centre with Glasgow Music City Tours!
You'll find fresh produce and sweet treats, handmade crafts, jewellery, artwork, gifts, pet supplies and more at Largs Market every Saturday in Gallowgate Square!
With it's iconic archways The Barras Market it is a Glasgow institution, open to the public every weekend, come along and grab yourself a bargain or two!
Explore the grounds of Inveraray Castle, which are full of rhododendrons and azaleas, as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
Whether you're wishing to purchase a few hidden treasures, interested in selling or just wishing for an enjoyable day out, there is something for everyone at Ayr's Sunday Market and Car Boot Sale!
Browse homemade treats, arts & crafts, artisan food & drink and local produce at Loch Lomond Shores' regular Market Days every Sunday!
Art On the Exchange Outdoor Markets return to Royal Exchange Square with their fabulous pop-up markets full of original pieces of art, jewellery, crafts, and designer products!
Join Walking Tours in Glasgow to explore the streets of Mackintosh's home city to experience and witness his lasting legacy!
This year, Castlemilk Park Project are combining wildlife and photography in a series of photo walks and talks!
Join the Castlemilk Park Project team to find out more about what lives in your woodland, from edible plants to busy bees and species that invade to bats that soar at night!
Castlemilk Explorers is fun, free, nature group for 7 - 12 year old's to learn about nature in a fun environment!
The Pop-Up Pro's are bringing their popular food market and beer garden, Festival Village, to Glasgow's Candleriggs Square!
Start sailing or improve your skills at Clyde Cruising Club's dinghy training centre at Bardowie Loch, near Milngavie, where children and adults have been learning for over 80 years!
This Summer, West End Adventure are running six weeks of fun and action packed adventurous activities in Luss!
Baltic Street Adventure Playground is running a holiday programme until 14th of August, Tuesday to Saturday. It's free to attend (booking required) and has lots for the kids to do!
Join MAKE at Dumbreck Playbarn for their Outdoor Art Camp where 5 - 11 year olds can be creative and make new friends this Summer!
Bard in the Botanics are delighted to be returning to Glasgow Botanic Gardens for their 20th anniversary season with brand new productions of 'Twelfth Night' and 'The Winter's Tale'!
Platform Glasgow are turning every Friday throughout the summer holidays into Fun Fridays with different performances running each week!
Glasgow residents are invited to sign up to Glasgow City Council's exciting new 'Get Active, You Can Do It!' challenge, which runs until Thursday 30 September!
Whitewin House stands in one acre of formal Victorian gardens, rockeries and beautiful scalloped lawns, come along and explore the grounds for yourself as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
As restrictions ease Hallmark and Fedrigoni UK congratulate the nation through large-scale interavctive greeting cards installations including one at Glasgow Fort Shopping Centre during July!
Glasgow's Gallery of Modern Art is running several fun-filled family sessions outdoors during the Summer Holidays!
Six private gardens in Fenwick will throw open their doors for the public to explore on the 24th & 25th July as part of Scotland’s Gardens Scheme 2021!
Explore this hidden walled terrace garden which marks the historical boundary to Strathbungo on Sunday 25th July as part of Scotland’s Gardens Scheme 2021!
Head along to Castlemilk Park on Wednesday 28th July for the annual Cassiltoun Family Forest Fun Day, this year's theme is Fairies & Goblins!
Barochreal near Oban is a haven of tranquillity with a new section added every year since 2006, come along and explore for youself as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
Scottish Opera Young Company present this brand new production of Weill's absurd, satirical comedy asking questions about identity, power – and just how dangerous a camera can be.
Take part in a brand new virtual cycling challenge this August and support Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity!
New for this season's events programme, Castlemilk Park Project proudly present The Stables Garden Outdoor Cinema!
Join East Ayrshire Car Club for the annual Kames Classic Car Show on Sunday 8th August at Kames Motorsport Complex, Muirkirk!
Combining street artwork, audio-story performance and a walk through your city, you are invited to immerse yourselves in Hana's world when Niqabi Ninja comes to Tramway!
Pop-up Opera is back on the road for Summer 2021 with a bumper tour featuring Gilbert & Sullivans' best-loved hits! Don't miss it at Scottish Opera Production Studios between 13th & 15th August!
Did you know that Old Kilpatrick is brimming with history? Join local historian Stuart Forsyth for an afternoon exploring the site of the Roman fort, accompanied by a delicious afternoon tea!
Join the Castlemilk Park Project team for a walk around Castlemilk Park whilst learning how to identify wildflowers or refresh your existing identification skills!
On Sunday 15th August, four private gardens in the village of Kilmaurs will open their doors as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
The Great Outdoor Cinema returns to Pollok Park this August with screenings of Dirty Dancing, The Lion King and Jurassic Park!
Being held on Saturday 21st and Sunday 22nd August, Battlefield in Bloom is a daylight Window Wanderland event!
Reconnect with your wild side and join TCV Scotland for a morning in the woods and learning basic survival skills!
The Big Dog Walk is coming to Pollok Park on Sunday 22nd August, you and your pooch will enjoy a venture around the stunning grounds before exploring the fantastic event village!
Don't miss the disco part of the Summer when all the Fleetwood Mac classics will be played to perfection in one incredible evening at Queen's Park Arena!
Whirly Gig are bringing their interactive outdoor event, which tells the famous story of the tiny brown mouse & a very large gruffalo, to The Old Barn this August!
Horatio's Garden Glasgow, designed by acclaimed garden designer and RHS judge, James Alexander-Sinclair, will be open to the public on Sunday 22nd August as part of Scotland’s Garden Scheme!
Allotment follows sisters Dora and Maddy and their complex and quirky relationship as they live out the seasons and play out their rivalries among the plants!
Meat Your Persona is a new touring pop-up created by Oxford University and Liminal Space designed to get people talking about how meat and dairy affects us and the environment.
Gartnavel Royal's hidden walled garden is cared for by a group of loyal volunteers and is an oasis of calm for patients, staff and visitors! Come along and explore for yourself on August 29th!
Glasgow's Pride March and Mardi Gla will be held on Saturday 4th September kicking off in front of The SSE Hydro before weaving its way into City Centre!
Sir Chris Hoy and Social Bite are challenging you to Break the Cycle of homelessness by taking part in their charity cycling event on Sunday 5th September!
Walk in memory of a loved one or to celebrate a life saved on the annual Glasgow Branch Walk to Beat Blood Cancer on Sunday 5th September!
Your Community Wildflower Meadow needs some annual TLC! Join the Castlemilk Park Project team for their Volunteer Action Day on Saturday 11th September!
Get ready for the inaugural Glasgow Funk and Soul Festival coming to Queen's Park Arena on Sunday 12th September!
Join Cancer Research UK on Saturday 18th September for the annual Glasgow Shine Night Walk and join in the fight to beat cancer!
Get fired up and join Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland at Pacific Quay for their new fundraising event, Walk the Flames!
Castlemilk Park will be holding their annual Pumpkin Festival between the 25th and 29th October featuring carving and a parade!
Playground of Sound presents The Flaming Lips live at Junction 1, Glasgow's newest outdoor music venue, with support from Colonel Mustard & the Dijon 5!
Join Get Walking Lanarkshire on one of their regular health walks! Enjoy the fresh air, meet new people and have a good blether!
New Lanark's regular indoor and outdoor market's showcase the best of hand-made products from designers and producers across Scotland!
Join the Scottish Equestrian Hotel for a woodland adventure exploring their Gruffalo Trail on the ponies!
Strathaven Miniature Railway reopens for the 2021 season on Saturday 1st May and will run every Saturday until the end of September!
An undercover car boot sale is held at Lanark Agricultural Market on Sundays throughout the year from 8am to 2pm!
A Treasure Trail App game has been launched to offer summer fun in the area around the Hamilton Palace Grounds and Strathclyde Country Park!
After 50 million years, the dinosaurs are back! Don't miss your chance to spot them on the Jurassic Lanark Trail this Summer!
Uddingston Sport Camps are back for the Summer Holidays with seven weeks of multi sport camps between the 28th June and 13th August!
Explore the walking and cycling route between two of South Lanarkshire's historic buildings, enjoying local heritage, whilst benefitting your health and wellbeing!
Immersed in nature, your child will learn how to utilise the resources around them on OutLET: Play Resource's Bushcraft Academy at RSPB Barons Haugh!
Enjoy den building, tree climbing, bug hunting, fire lighting and more on one of OutLET: Play Resource's Go Wild Family Play sessions at Gateside Woodland, Lesmahagow!
OutLET: Play Resource's Nature Club for under 5's is a gentle parent and child group where children can play, get muddy and learn about the natural world!
Bardykes Farm in Blantyre are running Farm Experience Events for children aged 2 - 5 throughout July!
Organised by Biggar Little Festival, Biggar Links is a community art project celebrating the resident's precious links!
For the first time, Scotland's Garden Scheme visitors have the opportunity to visit some of the gardens of the historic town of Biggar!
Reopening on July 28th, David Livingstone Birthplace is set in 11 acres of beautiful park land and includes nature trails, the Livingstone and Lion sculpture, and a brand-new play park!
Biggar Little Festival is pleased to announce that they will be holding an outdoor summer music event in the grounds of Loaningdale House on the 31st July & 1st August!
Explore the redesigned and planted 200-year-old walled garden at Quothquan as part of this year's Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
Hamilton BID are holding a new market featuring local artisan businesses every Saturday during August in Quarry Street in the town centre!
Pop-up Opera is back on the road for Summer 2021 with a bumper tour featuring Gilbert & Sullivans' best-loved hits! Don't miss it at East Kilbride Arts Centre on 7th August!
Carluke's Market Square will be taken over by some of the finest local traders and fun activities for all the family when the Summer Markets are held in August and September!
Join Wee Cycle Cumbernauld CIC at Palacerigg Country Park on the 14th and 15th August for their free cycling event, Pedal In the Park!
Come and explore 'The Good Life Garden' on Sunday 15th August when owners Paul and Sheona Brightey open it to the public as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
Explore two delightful gardens in the highest villages in Scotland, Wanlockhead and Leadhills, on 21st & 22nd August as part of Scotland's Gardens Scheme!
Join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers on a journey to the highest point in the windfarm - and bring along some lunch to enjoy the view from it!
Join NLC Countryside Rangers on a guided walk through this historic estate, where the mature woodlands provide an excellent habitat for night-loving creatures like bats, badgers, owls and more!
Join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers on a walk to Corse Hill to see the sunset on the first day of Autumn!
The Carluke Jam & Ham Festival is a festival of food and music, celebrating the towns rich history in food products!
Dig out your running shoes, Carluke On The Run is back on Sunday 26th September kick-starting a week of activities for the Jam and Ham Festival!
Join the Whitelee Countryside Rangers and get off the beaten track for a saunter through Dickman's Glen, one of the prettiest areas of the windfarm!
An interactive installation of 50 life-sized animatronic dinosaurs from the Jurassic, Triassic and Cretaceous periods is coming to Cuningar Loop this October!
Join the Countryside Rangers in Palacerigg Country Park as they go in search of the tracks, trails and signs our wild mammals leave behind.
Kilmacolm Farmers Market is held on the first Saturday each month in the Village Square, featuring a great selection of local Scottish produce!
Ayrshire Farmers Markets hold a market in Paisley Town Centre on the second and last Saturdays of each month!
You'll find range of fresh produce, unique gifts & street food and more at Erskine Riverside Market on the last Sunday of each month!
Have a great family day out in Paisley this summer with BRICKLIVE's Animal Paradise running from Saturday 26th June until Sunday 15th August!
5 to 25 year olds can enjoy a wide-range of free and fun-filled summer activities courtesy of Renfrewshire Council as part of the national Get Into Summer campaign!
Art by the Burn is an Outdoor Artisan Market featuring local artists, crafters, and designers hosted by Art On Scotland at the Fox & Hounds Car Park, Houston!
Renfrew Market runs on the 2nd Sunday of each month from 10am until 4pm in Robertson Park showcasing fresh produce, artisan crafts, unique gifts and street food from local businesses!
RIG Arts are holding two FREE weekly outdoor arts workshops, open to all, at McKerrell Street Playpark, Seedhill on Friday afternoons!
Join Paisley Darkside Historical walking tours on Sunday 25th July as they look at the horror that was cholera in Paisley.
Barnhill Farm in Inchinnan are holding their next Farmers Market, showcasing the very best from local Renfrewshire producers, on the 31st July & 31st August!
Musical Madness invites you to A Priscilla Party – a staged concert – featuring Divas and Queens who have appeared on Glasgow stages in the last few years!
Join St Vincent's Hospice for their annual car extravaganza, Carfest in Paisley Town Centre on Saturday 14th August!
A date for the diary not to be missed is the Erskine Motorbike Meet on Sunday 5th September in the grounds of the charity's Veterans' Village in Bishopton!