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5 Things to do in Edinburgh (for the remainder of) this April

5 Things to do in Edinburgh (for the remainder of) this April

The Edinburgh Collection | 5 Things To Do In Edinburgh

5 THINGS TO DO IN EDINBURGH THIS APRIL


Well, what’s left of it anyway.


While April may be drawing to a close, there is still plenty to do in Edinburgh. Whether you’re in Edinburgh with a partner, family or even by yourself, this list of activities and events will be sure to give your something to do during your visit.


Trad Fest   |   26th April  – 7th May

The Edinburgh Collection | Trad Fest
(Image Source: FolkLore Thursday)

‘TradFest Dùn Èideann’ is a vibrant twelve-day showcase of Scotland’s thriving traditional arts. As 2017 is the year of World Heritage, there will be special events taking place.

http://www.tracscotland.org/festivals/


Beltane Fire Festival   |   30th April

The Edinburgh Collection | Beltane Fire Festival
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Celebrate the first signs of summer with this fiery reimagining of the ancient Celtic festival of Beltane.

https://edinburghfestival.list.co.uk/festival/edinburgh-beltane-fire-festival/ and https://beltane.org/


The Adams Family   |   20th – 29th April
(Festival Theatre)

The Edinburgh Collection | The Addams Family
(Image Source: EdTheatres)

Everyone’s favourite kooky family are now on stage in this spectacular musical comedy as it makes its UK premiere in Edinburgh.

http://www.edtheatres.com/addamsfamily


Monkey Business   |   Until 23rd April
(National Museum of Scotland)

The Edinburgh Collection | Monkey Business
(Image Source: National Museum Scotland)

Get up close and personal with our tree-swinging ancestors and discover all there is to know about the primate world at this family friendly event.

http://www.nms.ac.uk/national-museum-of-scotland/whats-on/monkey-business/


Athens of the North   |   Everyday

The Edinburgh Collection | Athens of the North

April celebrates World Heritage Day. With World Heritage Status, discover how Edinburgh became the Athens of the North.

http://www.ewht.org.uk/visit/trails/athens-of-the-north