Tag: Stirling Castle

  • Tour of four ancient Scottish castles

    Four ancient Scottish castles feature in this tour – Drummond Castle and Gardens , Stirling Castle , Doune Castle and Linlithgow Palace 1 Drummond Castle and Gardens Drummond Castle and Gardens – the grounds, which date back to 1630, are considered “the best example of formal terraced gardens in Scotland”. The castle was used as the Palace of Versailles in…

  • Outlander tours

    A wide range of bespoke local tours are available , customised to the requirements of each customer . Your tour can feature Outlander film locations , a visit to the Kelpies , the Falkirk Wheel , Linlithgow Palace , Stirling Castle or any other visitor attraction . You can set your own itinerary and decide…

  • Bespoke private tours

    Alongside our normal choice of tours , Private Tours Edinburgh also offers bespoke private tours and one day Outlander tours customised to the requirements of each customer . You can set your own itinerary and decide exactly where you want to visit . Customers interested should contact us online for a quote Tours normally start…

  • Spooky castles – the most haunted Halloween castles in the UK

    The UK has hundreds of ruined castles. But some castles are more spooky than others. Here’s a list of the spookiest , most haunted castles in the UK , ideal for a visit at Halloween . Edinburgh Castle Edinburgh Castle commands the whole of the city centre , sitting on a volcanic rock . The…

  • Scottish posters – clearance sale

    Castle pictures is holding a clearance sale of a range of 4 posters – Braveheart, Melrose Abbey , Stirling Castle and the House of Parliament London. Each poster is A3 size full colour glossy poster , 16.6 by 11.7 inches and are now avaiable for just £0.95 ( plus delivery ) . The Braveheart poster…

  • Top ten Scottish castles ecards

    Scotland has hundreds of castles old and new , ruined and modernised . I have compiled a list of my top ten castles . I have been taking pictures of castles for over 10 years and each one offers a unique challenge

  • Burns Night at Edinburgh Castle, Stirling and Urquhart Castle

    Burns night is the 25th of January and Historic Scotland have announced details of a unique opportunity to celebrate Burns’ work at Edinburgh Castle. At Edinburgh Castle the Queen Anne and Redcoat cafes will be offering delightful locally-sourced haggis, neeps and tatties. Visitors will also be treated to free haggis tasters.