Musselburgh the town name derives from the extensive mussel beds which lie along its shore on the Firth of Forth. Musselburgh Racecourse, the oldest in Scotland, has been a venue for racing since 1816. It was originally known as Edinburgh Races with meetings held on Leith sands. Also home to the historic 9-hole Musselburgh Links, apparently used by James IV in 1504, home of the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers from 1836 to 1891 and was host to the first Open Golf Championship. Musselburgh Close To Seton Sands Holiday Village
Brunton Theatre - is the place to be for the best in quality music, theatre, dance, comedy, children's shows and film - all year round. The newly refurbished venue 1 allows Brunton Theatre to offer even more entertainment.
Musselburgh Racecourse - is a Visit Scotland 5 Star venue and named one of their top-rated visitor attractions offering fantastic value days out for all ages. Great value Family days, with loads of free entertainment for children. With 27 race meetings a year there is always something to look forward too.
Royal Musselburgh Golf Club - located in the grounds of the historic Prestongrange House between Musselburgh and Prestonpans, Royal Musselburgh Golf Club is the 5th oldest club in the world. The home of the Old Club Cup, the oldest trophy still played for each year we welcome members and visitors.
Portobello Beach - is a resort in the Edinburgh suburbs. The section of shoreline next to James Street forms part of a long, wide stretch of golden sand, backed by a promenade, which leads down to the suburb of Joppa.
Jump In Trampoline Parks - a great place for fun. you can bounce in a vast arena of interconnected trampolines. You can jump between trampolines, literally bounce off the walls and challenge others to a friendly game of trampoline dodgeball. If you are more daring, you can also try flying and flipping into the foam zone or trying out some new moves on the tumble tracks.