Our What’s On events Scotland guide to the most vibrant, most unusual and most unmissable events this weekend and in the coming week
Ice Age: The Lost Kingdom
Rouken Glen Park, Glasgow, June 28 – July 14
Over 40 prehistoric animals – from woolly mammoths to dire wolves – will take over Glasgow this summer, as Europe’s first ever animatronic Ice Age experience descends on Glasgow’s Rouken Glen Park. It’s a great day out for the whole family, and with fossil ‘excavations’ and a mini cinema, kids will be entertained all day.
Knockinaam Lodge, Portpatrick, June 28
Two-day break with Tony Pierce, featurig wine tastings, gourmet dinners with paired wines and cookery demonstrations.
Isle Of Gigha Music Festival
Isle of Gigha, June 29-30
Scotland’s smallest music festival offering ceilidhs, concerts, workshops and a beach picnic.
Belwade Farm, Aboyne, June 30
A fairy-themed day filled with activities for the entire family. To take part, email email@example.com
Paws At The Palace
Scone Palace, Perth, June 30
A day of games, parades and classes for dogs and their owners to enjoy.
Drumlanrig Castle, Hornhill, July 5-8
Stunning music in the grounds of Drumlanrig Castle, provided by Frightened Rabbit, Dizzee Rescal and many more.
Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh, June 29
An illustrated guide to native wildflowers, plus a hands-on workshop to learn basic skills.
Make sure to double-check event websites and weather warnings before travelling.
For more events around Scotland, pick up a copy of our July issue!