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Discover another side of Edinburgh

Edinburgh City Pass Attractions

Experience amazing local sights with a difference.

See more and save more with your Edinburgh City Pass – valid for one, two, or three days your pass includes an open return tram ticket from Edinburgh airport to the city centre plus free entry to 22 handpicked tours and attractions including Edinburgh Dungeons, Edinburgh Zoo, Rabbie’s City Bus Tour, Edinburgh Vault Tours, Glenkinchie Distillery and many more.

The below attractions are all included in your Edinburgh City Pass.

The Edinburgh Dungeon

The ultimate underground journey through Edinburgh’s darkest history!

Edinburgh Trams

Glide from Edinburgh Airport to the city centre on board Edinburgh Trams with an Adult Open Return Ticket.

Bright Bus Tours

Hop-on Hop-off bus tour and one of the friendliest and easiest ways to explore (24hr pass)

Holyrood Distillery

An exciting new attraction and the first single malt whisky distillery in Edinburgh for nearly 100 years

Edinburgh Zoo

Home to over 1,000 rare and endangered animals, including the UK’s only giant pandas and Queensland koalas.

Dynamic Earth

Dynamic Earth is a five star visitor attraction in Edinburgh that tells the story about our planet and how it came to form.

Forth Boat Tours

Cream tea included as well as spectacular views of Blackness Castle, the Three Bridges and panoramas of the Edinburgh skyline.

Harry Potter Tour

Great for muggles of all ages and a brilliant way to explore more of Edinburgh

Rabbie’s Edinburgh City Bus Tour

Discover remarkable stories on a unique 16-seat convertible mini-coach.

The Georgian House

The house has been restored to show a typical Edinburgh New Town house.

John Knox House

John Knox House dates back to 1470, which makes it one of the only original medieval buildings surviving on the Royal Mile.

Auld Reekie Walking Tours

Daytime vault tours, once the haunt of criminals, body snatchers and witches alike!

Scott Monument Museum

The Scott Monument, among the largest monuments to a writer anywhere in the world.

Gladstone’s Land

Explore one of the oldest buildings on the Royal Mile and discover the lifestyles of the rich and the (in)famous

Scrapheap & Wizards Golf

Take your pick from one of two 9-hole indoor themed courses right in the City Centre.

Glenkinchie Distillery

Visit this picturesque distillery and experience a real taste of Scotland.

Gravity Trampoline Park

Jump, bounce and hop as you fly through the air at GRAVITY Trampoline Park

Butterfly and Insect World

Edinburgh Butterfly & Insect World, the world’s longest running butterfly house.

Stewart Brewing

Go ‘behind the scenes’ in an independent, family-owned brewery every Saturday.

Gilmerton Cove

Delve deep into the past of one of Edinburgh’s most intriguing and enigmatic sites and discover Edinburgh’s best kept secret.

National Mining Museum Scotland

A visit to the award-winning National Mining Museum Scotland is an absolute must.

Scottish Seabird Centre

Visit the incredible five star Scottish Seabird Centre in North Berwick, just 30 minutes from Edinburgh.

Hopetoun House and Gardens

Hopetoun House is often referred to as Scotland’s Finest Stately Home.

Nelson Monument

Situated at the top of Calton Hill, climb 127 steps to the top where you will enjoy breath-taking panoramic views of Scotland’s capital.

Newhailes House

Newhailes brings three centuries of history to life. Originally built in the 17th century, this Palladian house was owned by the influential Dalrymple family.