Family Travel in Scotland
In the heart of Inverness, the Scottish Highlands historic capital, is The Kingsmills Hotel & Kingsclub. This four-star hotel offers impeccable Scottish hospitality, luxurious rooms, and great dining. Known for its warm open doors, The Kingsmills Hotel has hosted guests everywhere from philanthropists to soldiers seeking refuge. Colleen and her family were able to
A trip to Scotland isn’t complete without playing some traditional Highland Games! Although these games don’t traditionally happen until the summer, Boots n Paddles kindly showed us the ropes of this iconic activity. Throwing shot put, tossing the caber, and chucking the wellie were some of the games that Colleen and her family got to
Learn about Scotland
With over 3,000 objects on display, the multi-award winning Riverside Museum is home to Glasgow’s rich transportation history. Colleen and her family had a blast learning from their interactive displays and family friendly activities. The innovative themed displays at the Riverside Museum allows for visitors to get the most out of their visit. Interactive streets
Pack up your bag pipes and join Colleen and her family as they don their kilts and head to Scotland. as they hunt for monsters and experience highland traditions in Scotland! The family tries to find the Loch Ness monster on a cruise through its river home. They also learn more about the geology of the loch and the history of Scotland at Urqhuart Castle.
The castle fun doesn’t stop there! Colleen and her children play traditional Highland games like throwing weight for distance, shot putt, tug o’ war, tossing the caber and even haggis hurling and wellie wanging, at Achnagairn Castle. They also learn how to dance traditional highland dances with bagpipes and show off their moves at the Hootananny Pub.