Set top an extinct volcano high above Scotland capital, Edinburgh castle is a landmark for the old town and new towns of Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site. It was recently voted top UK Heritage Attraction in the British Travel Awards and is Scotland’s most famous and important castle. This sprawling complex houses the Crown Jewels, the Stone of Destiny and Mons Meg.
With several ties to the royal family, Glamis Castle is a living-breathing monument to Scottish heritage. With amazing gardens and green trees, Glamis Castle is the legendary setting for Shakespeare's Macbeth, the childhood home of HM Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother and the birthplace of Princess Margaret. Glamis castle is recognized as one of the most beautiful castles in Scotland.
Stirling Castle was the favoured residence of the Stewart Kings and Queens. Today you can meet the costumed characters in the roles of bodyguards, court officials, maids of honour and servants who will welcome you into the 16th century life. A family friendly castle with costumed performers who bring history to life, Stirling Castle is a perfect place for a family outing.
Eilean Donan Castle is one of the most recognized and photographed castles in Scotland and is one of the most visited attractions in the Highlands. Wildlife surrounds the island with regular viewings of porpoise, dolphins, otters and birdlife. Hosted thousands of weddings, Eilean Donan is a perfect place for a romantic day trip.
One of the only tower house which remains of this medieval fortress, Urguhart castle is focused on its medieval artifacts. People are attracted towards this castle for it’s stunning views overlooking the Loch ness where several people have claimed to see the Lochness monster from this location.