Chinese New Year: Edinburgh landmarks to light up red to mark Year of the Pig

Buildings across the Capital will be lit up red to mark the launch of the Chinese New Year Edinburgh festival and the Year of the Pig, which begins on February 5.

Tuesday, 5th February 2019, 12:03 pm
Updated Tuesday, 5th February 2019, 12:06 pm
Scotlandâ¬"s largest Chinese New Year celebration sees Edinburgh painted red for the Year of the Pig Edinburgh landmarks light up red to mark Chinese New Year as the city hosts Scotland's largest Chinese New Year celebrations until 17 February. Landmarks in red include; Edinburgh Castle, Balmoral Hotel, The Outlook Tower at Camera Obscura, Jenners Department Store, Harvey Nichols, The Scotch Whisky Experience and Edinburgh Airport. Full festival programme at www.chinesenewyear.scot Neil Hanna Photography www.neilhannaphotography.co.uk 07702 246823

Landmarks include Edinburgh Castle, Balmoral Hotel, The Outlook Tower at Camera Obscura, Jenners Department Store, Harvey Nichols, The Scotch Whisky Experience and Edinburgh Airport.

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Edinburgh Castle will look spectacular in red.
Tourist attraction Camera Obscura will also join in on the festivities tonight.
Jenners Department store will also mark the Year of the Pig.
The Balmoral Hotel's famous clock will light up tonight.
Harvey Nichols' unique light display will mark the beginning of the Year of the Pig.