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New map shows top-rated tourist attractions for each Scottish region

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A new map shows the top-rated tourist attractions for each region in Scotland and the rest of the UK.

Top-rated attractions for Scottish regions as voted for in PHC research

Aberdeen City Aberdeen Maritime Museum
Aberdeenshire Dunnottar Castle
Angus Glamis Castle
Argyll and Bute Mount Stuart
Clackmannanshire Castle Campbell
Dumfries and Galloway The Devil’s Porridge Museum
Dundee City Discovery Point
East Ayrshire Blackstone Clydesdales & Dig-a-Day Experience
East Dunbartonshire Mugdock Country Park
East Lothian Tantallon Castle
East Renfrewshire Whitelee Wind Farm Visitor Centre
City of Edinburgh Arthur’s Seat
Falkirk The Kelpies
Fife Eden Mill
Glasgow City Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum
Highland Glen Coe
Inverclyde Lyle Hill
Midlothian Rosslyn Chapel
Moray Glenfiddich Distillery
North Ayrshire Scottish Maritime Museum
North Lanarkshire World of Wings Birds of Prey Centre
Perth and Kinross Cairn O’Mohr Fruit Wines
Renfrewshire Paisley Abbey
Scottish Borders Melrose Abbey
South Ayrshire Culzean Castle and Country Park
South Lanarkshire Falls of Clyde
Stirling Stirling Castle

Visit the Brilliant Maps website for the full UK rundown.

Map created by the Principal Hotel Company and hosted by Brilliant Maps.

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