Whether it’s science, the arts or music that’s your thing, there are lots of different festivals happening in Scotland as spring time comes around. Below are just a few of the festivals and events taking place across the country.
In the summer months the Scots really enjoy themselves.From huge music festivals, with some of the world’s biggest bands, to comedy, arts and book festivals there’s always something going on somewhere in Scotland during the hottest months of the year.
As the clocks go back and the nights get shorter exciting things start to happen in Scotland.
The largest and perhaps the most well-known of Scotland’s Autumn festivals is Halloween on October 31st. The spooky event can trace its origins back to Scotland and the first official day of winter on November 1st.
Discovery Film Festival, Scotland's International Film Festival for Young Audiences, takes place in October and some of Glasgow’s greatest historical buildings open their doors to the public.
As the nights get longer and the days get colder Scotland comes alive. Whether it’s the largest Celtic music festival in the world, Burns Night, Hogmanay, or the annual Loony Dook in the River Forth, festivals and exciting events take place across Scotland during the winter months.