The Tower Restaurant, Edinburgh

A well hidden discovery in the city’s Chamber Street, the Tower Restaurant has probably the most unassuming, yet impressive frontage of any current Edinburgh restaurant. Disguised atop the impressive walls of the newly refurbished National Museum of Scotland, this is one remarkable find, where … [Read more...]

Dunollie Castle and the 1745 House, Oban

Although the house dates from 1745, it is certainly a work in progress as artefacts telling its history are gathered and placed in ever changing exhibitions and displays within the 1745 house, sitting in the shadows of the crumbling stronghold of Dunollie Castle. The newly opened museum and … [Read more...]

National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh

A free Sunday, for once void of any commitments; work or otherwise, debating what to do...solution: the newly re-opened National Museum of Scotland in Edinburgh’s Chamber Street! Time allotment sadly underestimated as we could have easily filled two full days and more within the walls (and nine … [Read more...]