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From from what I’ve read this is the last working weaving mill in Edinburgh and it sits on the site of a 17th century water reservoir.
The mill is located on the bottom floor, but it wasn’t apparent to me when you could observe the...More
This place is huge! Multiple levels of merchandise from a variety of labels. Huge selection. They are most helpful in helping you find legitimate tartan patterns for your clan, both modern and historical. If not in stock you can place an order and have your...More
This is actually an interesting attraction from a certain perspective. From the outside, this gift store complex by the entrance to Edinburgh Castle does not look large, but it is actually a sprawling complex which goes down some distance below street level into this large...More
A great shopping experience with all you shopping needs on various levels. The shop has a photo experince where you can dress up in old fashioned scottish costumes and have you picture printed for £20.
The entrance looks like it will be a small shop but once you enter one realizes it is a really big store. There are four levels below the main floor and one above. The selling space is huge with lots and lots of clan-related merchandise...More
Tartan is just outside the Edinburgh Castle and the building is magnificent as there are so many floors (like six) in the ground and don't worry, it won't give you any claustrophobia, I guarantee! Yes, I want every men's clothing in there for me, myself...More
Keep over an hour to walk through the different floors - exquisite cashmere products as well as traditional souvenirs. Don't miss the floor that has the Harry Potter merchandise - kids would absolutely go bonkers. The staff can be a bit more helpful.
We planned the pictures before we went to Edinburgh, and there was no wait, without reservations, to have them taken and processed. the photographer was fun, suggested several poses, and we got to select the two we liked best to have printed (high quality 8X10s)....More
This colossal place has something for everybody: fans of Harry Potter or Scottish genealogy, historical presentations of Scottish fashion and textiles, a range of knits, wools and fashion for obligatory gifting to high-quality keepsakes, tchotchkes galore, and a photo studio we could not get enough...More
This is a good place to spend an hour, getting a bit of history and maybe spending a few pounds. We entered upstairs with the intention of buying souvenirs and ended up wandering the entirety of the building.
As frantic and packed as the top...More
Few Edinburghers live in the Old Town, but its labyrinth of dank alleys and steep streets suggests this was not always the case. Today, it’s mostly visitors, tartan-flavoured souvenir shops, and pipers that you’ll find on its cobbled streets. This is the place to get a feel for Auld Reekie (Old Smelly), as the town was once nicknamed, and stroll the Royal Mile, the thoroughfare that links the castle with the
royal palace – two of Edinburgh’s great set-piece attractions. But there’s lots more exploring to do here down dozens of little alleys, or wynds, while at night the city’s busiest clubs erupt along the Cowgate which is closed to traffic for this purpose.
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It depends how many people you have. You can have two people, four people, all the way up to six people I believe. It was about £20 for me and my partner to have our photo taken and it's roughly £10 per person (I say roughly... More
It depends how many people you have. You can have two people, four people, all the way up to six people I believe. It was about £20 for me and my partner to have our photo taken and it's roughly £10 per person (I say roughly because it's been a year since I last went...). There are two backgrounds to choose from and loads of outfits (including feet coverings) for both genders (There are matching outfits for both genders too). They also use a range of weapons and other props. We had many pictures taken (9 or 10) and we could choose 2 to print. However, they offer a CD or USB for an extra amount (between £5 and £10) which gives you all the ones the photographer took.
There was about 6 German students whilst we were there, and they had two photographers working. We visited in November 2016.
Most importantly, enjoy your time in bonnie Scotland!