Attractions

Historic Building in Queensferry

Hopetoun House

One of Scotland's finest stately homes, Hopetoun House has a superb location in lovely grounds beside the Firth of Forth. The family seat of the earls of Hopetoun, it has two parts: the older, built between 1699 and…
Abbey in Queensferry

Inchcolm Abbey

Known as the 'Iona of the East', the island of Inchcolm (meaning 'St Columba's Island') lies east of the Forth bridges, less than a mile off the Fife coast. Only 800m long, it's home to the ruins of Inchcolm Abbey, …
Museum in Queensferry

Queensferry Museum

On the pretty, terraced High St is the small Queensferry Museum, tracing the town's social history down the centuries. Highlights include a handwritten document from 1638 (the game-changing National Covenant), inter…