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The Lidl Book of Big Adventures

The Lidl Book of Big Adventures

This winter, we’re joining up with Lidl to give you an exciting season of adventures! The Lidl Book of Big Adventures is jam-packed with activities and inspiration for this frosty time of year. Find your Lidl book of Big Adventures at participating Lidl stores in Scotland and our participating places – see map below.

To pick up your cool stickers, visit one of our participating places. Remember, it’s free for members to visit, and family membership starts from just £6 per month.

Find your favourite family adventure at one of our places – if you need some ideas, we’ve got plenty to inspire you on this page.

Delve into history

Too cold to go outside? Our fascinating exhibits will keep the whole family busy on those icy winter days.

Take command of your own virtual battlefield at the multi-award-winning Battle of Bannockburn in Stirling, and experience the incredible Culloden Visitor Centre in Inverness, featuring interactive displays and artefacts from both sides of the battle.

Fans of Scotland's National Bard will love a trip to the Robert Burns Birthplace Museum in Alloway. Discover over 5,000 incredible artefacts, play games, and enjoy a delicious treat in the café.

The Hill House in Helensburgh is a must-see for art lovers! Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh, it is home to lots of beautiful objects. Look out for the iconic rose motif throughout, and try to draw your own in your Lidl Book of Big Adventures!

Winter walks

Lidl are big on everything you need for an outdoor adventure, and if you’re looking for the perfect winter walks, we’ve got you covered.

Explore the beautiful and dramatic mountain landscape of Glencoe, where you can warm up in our new visitor centre and café, take on the magnificent wooded gorge of Killiecrankie in Perthshire, or wander the wildlife-rich woodland walks at Brodie Castle in Moray.

Discover some of our favourite winter walks across Scotland.

Where to find wild things

Winter is a great time to explore and find wild things across Scotland. Look out for the belly-sliding otters among the icy waters of The Hermitage, the adorable seal pups relaxing on the beach at St Abb's Head, and the beautiful red deer and llamas at Culzean Castle.

Of course, some of Scotland’s animals hibernate through the winter. Using your Lidl Book of Big Adventures, try to work out which ones do.

A red squirrel climbs a tree

On your bike!

Looking for an unforgettable cycling adventure?

Take a trip to the iconic Glenfinnan in the Highlands, and cycle the lochside forestry tracks. When you're finished, explore the fascinating visitor centre and climb the famous Glenfinnan Monument - the moving tribute to those who died fighting the Jacobite cause.

Newhailes in Musselburgh is an ideal place to bring your children with their bikes. There are several paths around the estate where they can gain confidence riding their bikes, while taking in views of the Firth of Forth.

Look out for wildlife along a range of waymarked and signposted trails at Crathes Castle in Aberdeenshire - suitable for all ages and abilities. Follow the Coy Burn through peaceful woodland as it flows to the River Dee, or cycle up to the viewpoint over the Dee Valley.

Discover 7 of our best cycle routes across Scotland.

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