A public consultation exercise is being carried out by Historic Scotland as part of a wider review on the cultural significance of the Tinkers’ Heart monument in Argyll, which will ultimately be used to inform whether the site is designated as a monument of national importance.
Young visitors to Stirling Castle will be able to learn more about it with a new, interactive section on the Castle’s website; Kids Castle. Fun and educational, it is designed to help children and their families discover more about the iconic landmark before, during and after their visit.
One of Scotland’s noblest medieval churches. The lower part of the tower is Romanesque, but the larger part of the building is of the 13th century.
Historic Scotland yesterday held the first in a series of themed events which will take place at sites across the country throughout the summer. This year, their famous costumed performers are going ‘on tour’, visiting Blackness, Tantallon, Craignethan and Craigmillar Castles.
If you are looking for the ultimate romantic location for your wedding, why not come along to Edinburgh Castle’s Wedding Open Day on Sunday 17th March 2013?
Visitors to Stirling Castle will be able to experience where one of the most notorious events in Scotland’s history took place this weekend (22nd – 24th February).