East Lothian

Towns & Villages

History and Attractions

There are 6 towns in East Lothian and over 30 villages below are the 6 towns and a selection of villages.

The history of East Lothian Starts circa 970 AD prior to that date it was part of Northumbria. The Scottish Border between England moved to its present position after the battle of Battle of Carham in 1018.

East Lothian Inland
Towns and Villages

Athelstaneford

Athelstaneford Village Flag Centre East Lothian

Bolton Village

Burns Family Grave Bolton

Garvald Village

Garvald and Barra Church Garvald Village

Gifford Village

Gifford East Lothian Town Hall

Inveresk Village

Inveresk Village Church About East Lothi

Ormiston Village

Ormiston East Lothian

Stenton Village

Stenton Village East Lothian Scotland

Wallyford - Carberry

Carberry Tower Carberry East Lothian Scotland

Whitekirk Village

Whitekirk Parish Church Whitekirk Village East Lothian

Tour East Lothian

East Lothian main towns and villages.

You will see historic houses, Castles and birthplace of the famous. Golf History, wildlife Sanctuaries,

Stately homes, beaches, museums and Battle sites.

There are many places to see and photograph , Esk Mills where the worlds first fishing nets were made.

Musselburgh Race track and golf course where the open championship was played in 

1874  Mungo Park  - 1877  Jamie Anderson  - 1880  Bob Ferguson 1883  Willie Fernie - 1886  David Brown - 1889  Willie Park, Jr.

Gosford House and Gardens where Outlander was filmed (Sightseeing only) 

Redhouse Castle, Dirleton Castle (Entry Fee), Tantallon Castle (Entry Fee), Hailes Castle

North Berwick Attractions and Shopping, Prestonpans Battle site and 81 Witches Memorial

Athelstaneford Flag Heritage Centre, Glenkinchie Distillery