Trace the footsteps of Mary, Queen of Scots with admission to Falkland Palace near Edinburgh. This 16th-century hunting palace was loved by Mary and houses tapestries, art, and antiques. See the rooms, royal tennis court, and Percy Cane-designed gardens, and take the opportunity to explore Falkland village, where filming for ‘Outlander’ took place, independently. If you wish, upgrade to a 3-Day or 7-Day Discover Ticket for access to around 60 more Scotland National Trust sites.
Admission to Falkland Palace in Falkland, near Edinburgh
Visit the 16th-century retreat of the Stuart dynasty, a favorite of Mary, Queen of Scots
Explore the rooms and royal apartments, with their 17th-century tapestries, painted walls, and antiques
View Britain's oldest royal tennis court, built in 1539
Admire the only complete example of a Percy Cane garden, created in the 1950s
Take the opportunity to visit Falkland village, with its Outlander TV shoot locations
Upgrade to a 3-Day or 7-Day ticket for additional access to around 60 National Trust attractions in Scotland