10 FREE Things to Do in Edinburgh with Kids (2023)

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We love Edinburgh! It is such a fantastic family-friendly city with so much to do. Steeped in history, the city is easy to navigate and neatly separated into its Old Town and New Town, with its centre dominated by the majestic Edinburgh Castle. You certainly won’t be stuck for activities!

From museums and gardens to beaches, farms and even Harry Potter, here’s our list of fun and FREE things to do in Edinburgh with kids.

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Free Things to Do in Edinburgh with Kids

Edinburgh is a lovely city with history around every corner, but as with all capital cities with tourists it can be pricy to visit all the top attractions. So we asked parents to recommend places to go in Edinburgh with kids that are absolutely free.

#1. The Museum of Childhood

Situated on the famous Royal Mile, this is the first museum in the world dedicated to the history of childhood. The Museum of Childhood has 21 rooms containing more than 2,000 toys and games from days-gone-by.

From early Steiff Bears and Corgi cars to 1980’s Barbie dolls, this is a beautiful collection and a lovely way to spend the afternoon. Admission is free, but donations are welcome.

#2. Arthur’s Seat

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What a view! At 251 metres high, Arthur’s Seat is a gentle climb, and provides greatviews of Edinburgh. Rumoured to be named after the legendary King Arthur and the setting of Camelot, this extinct volcano is a busy attraction.

Though it is very safe, make sure you follow the signs and watch that the little ones stick with the proper route.

“If feeling energetic, Arthur’s Seat has amazing views!” – Lynda S.

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#3.National Museum of Scotland

Situated on Chambers Street, The National Museum of Scotland has it all, from Geology to Vikings, Romans and the Industrial Revolution. It’s really great for kids with lots of interactive galleries to keep all ages’ busy, free tours and Family Footprint Trails!

“You could spend a whole weekend there and still not see it all – it’s fab!” – Gillian S.

#4. Go on a Mini Harry Potter Tour

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Author of the Harry Potter series, J.K. Rowling, lived in Edinburgh at the time of writing the first book. With its medieval alleyways called “closes” and tall narrow buildings with turrets and of course the Castle overlooking the city, you do feel like you are stepping into another world when you visit Edinburgh.

Here are four fun Harry Potter related places to see in Edinburgh:

Victoria Street and Candlemaker Row

Victoria Street is an old curved street that you can walk down from George IV Bridge to the Grassmarket, while Candlemaker Row then curves around back up the other side to meet the Bridge again. Thought to be the inspiration for Rowling for the magical shopping street Diagon Alley, you’ll enjoy wandering past little shops and cafes.

On Victoria Street you’ll find Diagon House – located where previously there used to be a shop selling brushes and brooms – perhaps the inspiration for Harry Potter flying broomsticks? It’s a shop stuffed full of HP memorabilia and gifts. Then stroll up Candlemaker Row to spot the ‘Diagon Alley’ plaque and mural on your way past.

Greyfriars Kirkyard, Edinburgh

Greyfriar’s Kirkyard is famous for the story of Greyfriars Bobby, the faithful dog who visited his master’s grave for many years. While no filming took place here, nevertheless Rowling took inspiration for Tom Riddle in the graveyard – you can visit the graves of Thomas Riddell Esq and his son, also Thomas Riddell here.

Apparently, die-hard fans come every Halloween to pay homage and to duel over the grave of the ‘real life’ Voldemort.

Tip:Find the entrance to the graveyard by the Greyfriar Bobby dog statue opposite at the junction of George IV Bridge and Candlemaker Row.

Spoon and The Elephant House, Edinburgh

J.K. Rowling wrote the first book in the Harry P series at what was formerly Nicholson’s Cafe, now Spoon on Nicholson Street.She then wroteThe Chamber of SecretsandThe Prisoner of Azkabanin The Elephant House cafe on George IV Bridge.

You won’t find the cafes in any of the movies but Harry Potter fans are sure to enjoy sitting where Rowling herself may have sat!

City Chambers, Edinburgh

On the Royal Mile you’ll find the City Chambers, worth a visit to look out for the Hollywood-style plaque paying tribute to winners of the prestigious Edinburgh Award.

In 2008 it was presented to J.K. Rowling, which means you can see her hand prints cast in bronze in the Chambers’ courtyard!

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#5. Princes Street Gardens

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Edinburgh has a host of beautiful gardens and parks including The Meadows, Blackford Hill and Pond but one of our favourites is Princes Street Gardens, right in the centre of the city and ideal for a summer picnic!

West Princes Street Gardens has a play-park and lots of benches where you can take in views of the stunning Edinburgh castle.

A must-see is the large floral clock – yes a clock made of flowers! First planted in 1903, each year the planting scheme commemorates a special anniversary with 30,000 plants in the display.

If visiting in the winter, Edinburgh’s Christmas is a spectacular event in St Andrew Square and East Princes St. Gardens featuring a beautiful Spiegeltent, ice skating, Christmas markets and rides, including the Big Wheel with fantastic views over the city.

“My kids love watching the trains on the bridge in Princes Street Gardens. The drivers always beep and wave.” – Ailsa H.

#6. Cramond Causeway….On Bikes!

Cramond’s promenade links to its landmark causeway – a great walkway over the River Forth to Cramond Island. During high tide, the causeway goes underwater, so make sure you check the signs displaying tide times so you don’t get stranded!

A fun day out, pack a picnic, and enjoy seeing the ducks and swans along the River Almond.

If the tide is in pay a visit toCramond Kirk, built on the site of a Roman fort.

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#7. Portobello Beach

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One of Kirsty R.’s favourite free things to do in Edinburgh with kids is a visit to “Portie beach!”, so why not leave the city behind and pay a visit to Portobello Beach?

A gorgeous sandy stretch of beach well within the city limits and perfect for a kid’s day out, a picnic or a leisurely walk or run! Take the No. 26 bus if you don’t want to worry about parking.

#8. Gorgie City Farm

Free to visit, Gorgie City Farm is a lovely community run initiative to educate inner-city kids about farming and food production. Buy a carton of animal feed and kids can safely get close to the animals and hand-feed sheep and pigs.

The farm is especially great for little ones. Take your time and talk with some of the farm workers who are happy to share information on how the farm is run and the animals.

“Lots of fun! My boys love it!” – Roisin F.

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#9. The Royal Botanic Gardens Edinburgh

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Just a 15 minute walk from the city centre, the Royal Botanic Gardens are an oasis of calm with 70 acres of trees, shrubs and lush gardens. If it’s wet, you can take refuge in the warm, balmy Victorian Palm House. Enjoy guided garden walks from the John Hope Gateway entrance or tour the exhibitions in Inverleith House. Watch out for all the squirrels!

One of Pamela C.’s family favourites, the garden regularly hosts cultural activities with music, stories and crafts. There is also a restaurant onsite.

#10.Scottish National Gallery

Attend a free lunchtime talk or view a wonderful collection of art at the Scottish National Gallery, including Scotland’s favourite painting,The Reverend Robert Walker Skating on Duddingston Loch, as well as world-class temporary exhibitions.

There are plenty of regular family activities, trails and cool, creative workshops such as ‘Make your own masterpiece’ and ‘Portrait Detectives’.

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Is Edinburgh good with kids? ›

Edinburgh is one of the best cities in Europe to take your kids. Visit a castle, climb an extinct volcano, take a Harry Potter tour, learn about medieval history, and pay a visit to a spooky dungeon.

Can you walk around Edinburgh Castle without paying? ›

You can walk around the exterior including the cemetery without paying a fee. You can buy a pass and see both Edinburgh and stirling castle for a reduced fee. Edinburgh castle has the Scottish Crown Jewels on exhibit.

Are Edinburgh museums free? ›

Edinburgh is absolutely filled with free galleries and museums, including that of Modern Art. The Gallery of Modern art is part of the National Galleries, and as a result is completely free to visit (although donations are always welcome).

Does Edinburgh have an amusement park? ›

There are 4 Edinburgh theme parks and funfairs to pick from. Find the perfect places to go with your kids and get out on your next adventure!

Are kids allowed in bars Edinburgh? ›

It totally depends if the pub has a childrens' licence. You need to ask them. Either email the pub of your choice in advance, ask here about specific pubs, or pop in and ask at the bar. Many pubs in Edinburgh allow children so you'll find somewhere.

Is Edinburgh cheap or expensive? ›

Edinburgh is famously one of the UK's most expensive cities, but that doesn't mean it has to cost you a pretty penny – there are myriad affordable things to do on a visit here.

What is the best month to visit Edinburgh? ›

The best time to visit Edinburgh is June through August when the average high temperatures rise to a balmy 65 degrees Fahrenheit. But this is also the city's busiest time for tourism, especially in August when festivals fill up the calendar.

How do I not look like a tourist in Edinburgh? ›

One of the biggest Scotland travel tips is to avoid shopping at tacky souvenir shops that sell imported stuff. You'll find polyester tartan, cheap plastic toys, and a whole plethora of clichés. These shops are plentiful, especially on and around the Royal Mile in Edinburgh.

How hard is it to walk up Arthur's Seat? ›

The ascent of Arthur's Seat is very steep and rocky. Alternatively, there's also a lazy man's route is up from Queen's Drive to Dunaspie Loch and then straight up. Heading up to the summit from Dunaspie Loch you'll find the paths cross ancient agricultural terraces carved out by early farmers.

Is food expensive in Edinburgh? ›

While meal prices in Edinburgh can vary, the average cost of food in Edinburgh is £31 per day. Based on the spending habits of previous travelers, when dining out an average meal in Edinburgh should cost around £13 per person. Breakfast prices are usually a little cheaper than lunch or dinner.

Is park and ride free in Edinburgh? ›

Conveniently located just off the A8 towards Edinburgh Airport, The City of Edinburgh Council's park and ride site at Ingliston offers free parking with over 1,000 spaces including electric vehicle charging points.

Do you have to pay extra to see the pandas at Edinburgh Zoo? ›

No, all included in the main entrance fee. Check on the zoo website to see if you need to book a time slot to see them, we did not need to and stayed in the viewing area for as long as we wanted.

What things are free in Scotland? ›

Top 10 Free Visitor Attractions in Scotland
  • Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Museum, Glasgow. ...
  • National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh. ...
  • Cairngorms National Park. ...
  • National Galleries, Edinburgh. ...
  • The McManus, Dundee. ...
  • Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park. ...
  • The Museum of Scottish Industrial Life, Coatbridge. ...
  • Glenkiln Sculpture Park.

What Harry Potter stuff is in Edinburgh? ›

8 Essential Harry Potter Sites in Edinburgh
  • Elephant Café You may know Jo spent a lot of time in cafes writing her earlier novels. ...
  • Greyfriars Kirkyard. Death is a theme that runs through the Potter series. ...
  • Heriot's. ...
  • Victoria Street and the Grassmarket. ...
  • Spoon. ...
  • Potterow. ...
  • The Dog House. ...
  • Balmoral.
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Is Harry Potter set in Edinburgh? ›

Despite the connection between Edinburgh and the Harry Potter series, none of the filming for the movies took place in Edinburgh. However, you can find Harry Potter filming locations in Scotland, including the Hogwarts Express steam train.

Is Harry Potter castle in Edinburgh? ›

Harry Potter at Alnwick Castle

Although Alnwick is across the border in England, Haggis Adventures offer a day tour to Alnwick Castle from Edinburgh. Here you can visit Hogwarts Castle, or at least the parts of Alnwick Castle which were used for scenes of Hogwarts Castle in the first two Harry Potter films!

Is Edinburgh Castle good for kids? ›

Inside Edinburgh Castle

Edinburgh Castle has a lot to offer, there are so many rooms to explore and lots of information about so that you can learn all about the history of the Castle. Inside the rooms are stunningly decorated rooms. Your kids will enjoy pretending they are king/queen for the day.

Does Edinburgh zoo have a play park? ›

There are several play areas around the zoo, designed to allow children to have fun in a safe environment. Please ensure that your children are supervised at all times.

What to do with a 3 and 4 year old? ›

Helping child development at 3-4 years

Your child might like messy play in sand or mud, pretend play with puppets, or outdoor play with plenty of running, tumbling and rolling. Make time for creative and artistic play: this might be painting, drawing or dress-up games.

Can children drink alcohol with a meal in Scotland? ›

However, if you're 16 or 17 and accompanied by an adult, you can drink (but not buy) beer, wine or cider with a meal. If you're 16 or under, you may be able to go to a pub (or premises primarily used to sell alcohol) if you're accompanied by an adult.

Can 14 year olds drink in Scotland? ›

The legal drinking age in Scotland is 18, but did you know children under 18 can have a drink with a meal. Parents can allow their teenage children a beer or a glass of wine with a meal if eating in a restaurant.

Are children allowed in Wetherspoons Edinburgh? ›

Families are welcome to dine in the majority of our pubs; however, permitted hours for customers aged under 18 years may vary from pub to pub. During these permitted hours, 16- and 17-year-olds (with the exception of some pubs in Scotland) are welcome to visit, without adult supervision, for food and soft drinks only.

How much does a coffee cost in Edinburgh? ›

Mid-range Restaurant and Café Prices
Glass of wineUS$5.5 | £4.95 | €5.7
Coffee: EspressoUS$2.1 | £1.90 | €2.2
Coffee: CappuccinoUS$3.2 | £2.90 | €3.3
Starbucks Double EspressoUS$2.2 | £2 | €2.3
Starbucks Flat WhiteUS$3 | £2.70 | €3.1
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How much is a loaf of bread in Scotland? ›

Family of four estimated monthly costs are 2,811$ (2,401£) without rent.
Cost of Living in Edinburgh.
Water (12 oz small bottle)1.05£
Milk (regular), (1 gallon)3.64£
Loaf of Fresh White Bread (1 lb)0.95£
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How much is a pint in Edinburgh? ›

The price of a pint varies across different cities in Scotland and the UK, with a pint of lager ranging from £3 to a whopping £6 - the average cost is £3.86.
The average price of a pint of beer in some of Scotland's cities are as follows...
AreaAverage cost of a pint
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Which month is coldest in Edinburgh? ›

Winter in Edinburgh

The coldest months of the year are January and February, with average lows of 33.8°F (1°C) and highs that rarely exceed 44.6°F (7°C).

How many days is enough in Edinburgh? ›

For first time visitors, we recommend spending at least two or three days in Edinburgh, which will give you enough time to explore the city centre and see the main sites.

What month is the rainiest in Scotland? ›

There is, however, a lot of rain—nearly 5 inches a month during the heaviest rainfall months of November to January. In summer there is plenty of daylight to enjoy the outdoors. On the longest day, in June, the sun rises around 4 a.m. and doesn't set until after 10 p.m., giving over 17 hours of daylight.

What is considered rude in Scotland? ›

Scottish etiquette

When you first meet someone it is considered impolite to ask personal details about their age, their political beliefs and how much money they earn. It's best to avoid these subjects until you are friends.

What is the most visited place in Edinburgh? ›

Situated at the top of the Royal Mile on top of Castle Rock, Edinburgh Castle is Scotland's most-visited paid-for attraction and the most iconic building in the city. Perched on top of an extinct volcano, the Castle and its Esplanade offers unparalleled views of Edinburgh.

What is the nicest area in Edinburgh? ›

10 Best Neighborhoods in Edinburgh
  • Edinburgh Old Town.
  • Edinburgh New Town.
  • Holyrood.
  • Canongate.
  • West End.
  • Haymarket.
  • Tollcross.
  • Leith.
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How many people have died on Arthurs Seat? ›

There were 16 known victims of the serial-killers plus the first person sold "to the doctors", namely a man who had died of natural causes. However, the murder victims were primarily female, while the eight surviving figures are male.

Is Arthurs Seat worth it? ›

Arthur's Seat…a jagged, grassy prominence rising up from the urban sprawl of Edinburgh, offers one of the best views of the city. It's a short, slightly strenuous hike to the highest point, but absolutely worth it to look out over Edinburgh from this vantage point.

Do you have to pay for Arthurs Seat? ›

It's free to go up Arthur's Seat. Allow 2 hours to go up and down. If it's a hot day take water with you.

Do you tip in Edinburgh? ›

Tipping in Scotland is not a requirement or expected, but just a nice thing to do if you receive good service. Scots are generally a kind, helpful bunch, so you may even find that your tip may not be accepted on some occasions!

What is the most popular drink in Edinburgh? ›

Irn Bru – Scottish Soft Drink

It's impossible to walk through a city in Scotland without seeing one of its most famous Scottish drinks – Irn Bru. Irn Bru (pronounced like “iron brew”) is an orange-colored soft drink.

How can I save money in Edinburgh? ›

What are the Cheap Things to Do in Edinburgh?
  1. Tour historic churches for free.
  2. Take to the city on foot.
  3. Book travel and accommodation early.
  4. Use public transport for farther travel.
  5. Spend some time in free museums.
  6. Explore the city's parklands.
  7. Try a cheap themed walking tour.
  8. See the best views in the city.

Are children allowed in Edinburgh pubs? ›

It totally depends if the pub has a childrens' licence. You need to ask them. Either email the pub of your choice in advance, ask here about specific pubs, or pop in and ask at the bar. Many pubs in Edinburgh allow children so you'll find somewhere.

Where can I take a 2 year old in Edinburgh? ›

Best Days Out In Edinburgh and Lothian For Babies and Toddlers
  • Meadows and Bruntfield Links. Parks and Playgrounds, Outdoor. ...
  • Doodles Ceramics Workshop. Pottery Centres and Ceramic Cafes, Indoor. ...
  • Royal Commonwealth Pool and Clambers. Swimming Pools and Leisure Centres, Indoor. ...
  • Cineworld Edinburgh. Cinemas and Theatres, Indoor.

Are children allowed in the dome Edinburgh? ›

The Dome serves food as well as running a bar. There will be no issue in taking kids in for a family bite to eat, early evening.

What age is Edinburgh Dungeons for? ›

We recommend the experience is suitable for children 8 years and above, but this is at the discretion of the parent or guardian. Children under the age of 16 years must be accompanied by an adult 18 years and above.

What time can a child be in a pub till 2022? ›

A further restriction is that no unaccompanied child under the age of 16 is allowed on any premises licensed for the sale and consumption of alcohol on the premises between the hours of midnight and 5am if it is open for business.

Are children allowed in pubs after 7? ›

It is unlawful under the Act to allow unaccompanied children aged under 16 years into relevant premises between midnight and 5 a.m. where alcohol is supplied for consumption on the premises. In effect, this applies to many nightclubs as they operate longer hours and have alcohol for sale after midnight.

What to do with a bored 2 year old? ›

12 Fun Indoor Learning Activities for 2-Year-Olds
  • Play Dress-Up. Haul out a pile of old clothes and let your child play dress-up. ...
  • Decorate a Crayon Carrier. ...
  • Hide Toys. ...
  • Make a Mailbox. ...
  • Imagine a Boat. ...
  • Trace Their Body. ...
  • Play Simon Says. ...
  • Try a “Stop and Go” Game.
11 Aug 2022

What to do with a 2 and 5 year old? ›

49 fun physical activities for 2 to 4 year olds
  • Animal Walk. Inside or out, encourage your child to slither like a snake, hop like a frog, gallop like a horse, or walk like a bear on all fours. ...
  • Keep the Balloon Up. ...
  • Puddle Jumping. ...
  • Wet Sponge Designs. ...
  • Digging for Treasure. ...
  • Run Away From the Monster. ...
  • Simon/Simone Says. ...
  • Leaf Play.
24 Jan 2019

What can I do with 2 year old son? ›

Let your child play with sand toys or plastic containers, spoons, or a funnel in the tub or in a sandbox. Help your child do simple puzzles with shapes, colors, or animals. Name each piece when your child puts it in place. Encourage your child's curiosity and help her learn and explore new things.

Can kids go to the cauldron? ›

No it is a bar so children shouldn't be here but if you have adult children then absolutely! over a year ago.

Is Edinburgh Dungeon for kids? ›

Children are welcome to visit The Edinburgh Dungeon, however, the recommended age to visit The Edinburgh Dungeon is 8 years and older.

What time are children allowed in pubs in Edinburgh? ›

Children can also generally remain on the premises until 1am when a private function is taking place, and accompanied by an adult. In pubs this varies between 8pm and 10pm for children, and is generally 11pm for young people.

Should I allow my child to play Dungeons and Dragons? ›

Teaching D&D to children is a great way to foster young imaginations and immerse them in a world of fantasy that will stick with them -- and that's only one of many benefits to playing as a family.

Is there a Dungeons and Dragons for kids? ›

Good D&D Modules for Kids

These are a few good ones to try: DnD Adventure Club– A kid-friendly D&D adventure subscription box!

Can 7 year old play Dungeons and Dragons? ›

D&D For 7-8-Year-Olds

Campaigns for 7-8-year-olds should involve as much decision-making as possible, providing several, clear, options for character classes and races, as well as potential storylines and exploration paths. This will allow them to take charge of their own learning and feel proud of the outcome.


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