Take a walk down to the picturesque Cramond, let the kids run around or ride a bike. Small budget? Treat yourself to an ice cream.
2. Duddingston Pond
Save up some bread and head to Duddingston pond to feed the ducks.
Head to this fascinating museum in the heart of city to learn all about the history of money.
Grab the bikes or go for a walk along the shore at Silverknowes
A fantastic farm right in the city. Ducks, horses, sheep, chickens and much much more… Small budget? Make a donation and stop for a coffee at Jemima’s Pantry.
Take a trip to the beach if it’s warm. Small budget? Change £5 into change and hit the arcades where you’ll find kids rides, tuppeny shuffles and fruit machines.
7. Botanic Gardens
Pick a sunny day and go for a wander around the Botanic Gardens.
8. Princes St Gardens Park
Cut away from the hustle and bustle of Princes St and visit the park in the gardens.
9. Modern Art Galleries
There are two modern art galleries both with free entry, take the no.13/41 bus from Princes St. Small budget? Make a donation
The most visited attraction outside of London, not to be missed. Small budget? Make a donation
11. Park on the Meadows
Kids will love this award winning park which has swings suitable for children with a disability.
One of my favourite museums in Edinburgh. Take an hour or two to go back in time and remember toys from the past and present. Kids will love the interactive elements of the museum. Small budget? Make a donation and take the kids to the museum shop.
13. Inverleith Pond and Park
14. Saughton Play & Skate Park
Take little ones to the play park while older kids can practise their skills on the ramps in the popular skate park.
15. South Queensferry
Head to South Queensferry to see the Forth rail and road bridges.