You may not know it but there are a few fantastic events coming up in the heart of Edinburgh throughout March. If you are looking for something to do that may be a bit different to your usual routine then I recommend checking out some of these events
Lumen Light Exhibition
From now until the 11th of March you can visit the fantastic lumen light exhibition. This consists of 3 different exhibitions in the city centre in which you can experience some must see light effects. The exhibitions range from beautiful light projections at St Andrew’s Square to the immersive dripping light walkthrough at The Mound. With some of the light effects being interactive you are sure to have some fun capturing those picture perfect moments.
Edinburgh International Science Festival
Starting at the end of March and running through April the Edinburgh International Science Festival will be taking over Edinburgh city centre. If you are looking for a truly exciting way to learn more about science then this is the festival for you. Many events are run throughout the city and almost all of them are interactive so you are able to immerse yourself in all things scientific. The yearly event is very popular among visitors and residents around Edinburgh and almost anywhere you walk in the city centre you are sure to see one of their pop up stalls so it will be pretty hard to miss it.
Meats and Beats Festival
This festival is returning for its second year and it probably won't be its last either! Situated at Summerhall the event celebrates an abundance of foods and all of those cheesy chart classics that you pretend you don’t like… There will also be pop up craft beer stalls where you can sample some fantastic drinks before heading inside to the dance floor where the DJ will have you dancing away with some classic party tunes. You do have to pay for this event but the tickets start from just £8 so it's also not too hard on your bank balance.
Wee Dub Festival
The ever popular Wee Dub Festival returns to Edinburgh again on the 2nd of March. While the music focuses on the reggae genre there are also amazing food stalls and film screenings throughout the weekend that will be sure to put a smile on your face. The festival caters to people of all ages so there will definitely be something for you to enjoy. This is another event that has paid entry but tickets start at £11 for single days and if you fancy more time to get your dub on then you can have a look into the other days of the festival to enhance your experience.
Hopefully some of these events give you an idea of some fun things to do in March. Even going to one of them will be a great experience that will make all your friends jealous so go check them out.