Forget Times Square in New York, if there’s one place you’ve got to experience celebrating the New Year – it’s at Edinburgh’s Hogmanay.
Edinburgh is the world's festival city!
Just because this year's festivals aren't happening in their usual guise, doesn't mean you can't still get involved...
Edinburgh Festivals 2020 Digital Programmes
However, If you're looking for a flavour of how Edinburgh's world-renowned festivals normally look, or are just desperate to whet your appetite for your next visit, you can check out these examples of previous years.
For over 30 years the Edinburgh International Science Festival has served up fun and facts in a bid to get everyone interested in science.
If you think Edinburgh’s festivals are just for adults, think again. Step into the spotlight, Edinburgh International Children’s Festival!
Edinburgh boasts the world's longest continuously running film festival - beat that Cannes!
The Edinburgh Jazz & Blues Festival is a vibrant and diverse event which serves up the very best swing, soul, samba and much more.
Founded in 2004, the Edinburgh Art Festival is the only major annual festival dedicated to the visual arts within the UK.
There are few who can resist the stirring skirl of the pipes and the powerful crash of the drums at the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo!
The Edinburgh International Festival is the highlight of Scotland's calendar turning the capital into a cultural hotspot every August.
The Edinburgh Festival Fringe features famous comedians and professional musicians alongside student sketch troops and the stars of tomorrow.
Edinburgh is the world’s first UNESCO City of Literature, and home to the Edinburgh International Book Festival – the perfect fit.
The Edinburgh International Storytelling Festival will transport you to other worlds, times and places through the traditional telling of tales.