Advice from a local is always best when you’re exploring Edinburgh – take a look at our team’s recommendations for whisky bars to visit! … More The perfect match: Whisky bars in Edinburgh
For when you just want to get away from it all this festival season, we present part 2 of our Photographer’s Guide to Edinburgh. … More Escape the city: The photographer’s guide to Edinburgh, Part 2
Our guide for taking the perfect photo around the beautiful city of Edinburgh – including secret spots and hidden gems! … More The photographer’s guide to Edinburgh
We’ve teamed up with world-class Fringe performer Christine Bovill to offer one lucky Edinburgh resident and a friend three nights out in the city. … More Win three nights out in Edinburgh for you and a friend
Our team here at the Scotch Whisky Experience love to get out and about to see the distilleries whose whisky we showcase on our tours. Harry from our Visitor Experience team has narrowed down a list of distilleries in Scotland that you can visit on the train. … More Distilleries to visit by train: Part 1
The Scotch Whisky Experience turns 30 in 2018! To celebrate, you could win a flight of whiskies that takes you through the decades since 1988. (Over 18s only). … More Win a flight of whisky for two!
The Scotch Whisky Experience is Edinburgh’s finest whisky attraction, and has been open for 30 years! Our industry colleagues wish us a happy anniversary. … More Happy 30th anniversary to us!
Spring has certainly sprung here in Scotland, and everywhere you look, people are looking for the best place to take photos here in beautiful Edinburgh. And, as Edinburgh celebrated World Heritage Day earlier this week, team member Gavin has a suggestion that’s a little more epic than the usual landmarks the city has to offer… … More Visit the Forth Bridges
Team member Tam has handpicked some seriously luxurious experiences in Edinburgh… … More The millionaire’s guide to Edinburgh
Here at the Scotch Whisky Experience, we love an excuse for a party, and Chinese New Year is no exception. Sometimes known as the Spring Festival, Chinese New Year occurs around the beginning of the western calendar (between January and February). In 2018, it falls on Friday 16th February, marking the start of the Year … More Chinese New Year celebrations in Edinburgh