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Save valuable vacation time with skip-the-line access to Edinburgh Castle on this 1.5-hour walking tour. Listen to your guide's commentary about the Scottish landmark's history as you walk through the fortress.
Avoid the queues at the ticket office and head straight to the scanning point to explore at your own pace. Visit St Margaret's Chapel, marvel at the Crown Jewels in the Royal Palace and discover the battles that shaped Scottish history at the on-site National War Museum. Whichever part of Scotland’s royal past intrigues you, you’re sure to find it at this imposing fortress on Castle Rock.
Glimpse into the lifestyle of the Royals with an audio tour of the Royal Yacht Britannia – the floating palace of Her Majesty the Queen for more than 40 years. Independently explore stately ship’s five decks, peeking into elaborately decorated rooms like the State Apartments, the State Drawing Room, the Queen’s Bedroom and more. Add to the unique experience with some refreshment in the Royal Deck Tea Room (additional expense).
Get out into the Scottish countryside with this full-day tour from Inverness. Let your driver do the navigating and admire the Isle of Skye’s dramatic scenery. Stop for a photo at Lochness and explore Eilean Donan Castle on foot. A picnic lunch is provided and the tour includes time to climb Kilt Rock for sweeping ocean views.
Guarantee entrance to one of Edinburgh's most popular attractions, and skip the ticket line, by pre-booking your admission to the Camera Obscura and World of Illusions. Choose your allotted time (morning, evening, or all-day) and get ready to enjoy the spectacle of mind-bending illusions and hands-on exhibits.
Make the most of your time in Edinburgh with a fast-access pass to the Edinburgh Dungeon. This chilling sensory experience includes elaborate special effects, rides and engaging performances. Witness gruesome scenes of Scotland's past, including the horrors of Sawney Bean's cannibal clan, a 19th-century anatomical theater and the putrescence of the plague. The truly brave visitor may choose to volunteer for an interactive demonstration of the gallows.
Discover the secrets that lie beneath Edinburgh’s Royal Mile on a 1-hour tour of the Real Mary King's Close. Accompanied by a costumed guide, experience Edinburgh’s past as you explore the underground streets, hear stories about real-life residents, and learn about life in Edinburgh during the 17th century.
Designed to provide a comprehensive introduction to the world of whisky, this 50-minute guided tour of the Scotch Whisky Experience in Edinburgh is the ideal choice for travelers wanting to learn more about Scotland’s national drink. Take a whisky barrel ride through a replica distillery, view the world’s largest collection of Scotch whisky, enjoy a guided tasting session, and take home a souvenir of a crystal whisky glass. This tour is also a fun and suitable expereince for travelers aged under 18. Tour meets at 10am daily and cannot be changed to a different time.
Open throughout the year, the Palace of Holyroodhouse stands at the end of Edinburgh's Royal Mile. Explore the Palace's close associations with some of Scotland’s most well-known historic figures such as Mary, Queen of Scots and Bonnie Prince Charlie, and learn how today it is used by The Queen when carrying out official engagements in Scotland.
Skip the line on your visit to one of Scotland's most popular attractions on this Edinburgh Castle walking tour. Walk up the Royal Mile toward to the castle with your guide while they share insight into the significance of the fortification in Scottish history and introduce you to some of the key characters associated with it. Once inside, explore the main buildings as your guide provides further details about such elements as the one o'clock gun, the Argyle Battery, and the castle dungeons. Please note, fast-track tickets are purchased separately from the guide.
Head for Scotland's Isle of Skye and skip the hassle of driving or booking transportation on this jam-packed full-day guided tour from Inverness. Traveling by minibus, you'll also visit such famed sites as Eilean Donan Castle on the journey to the island, where you will explore the top sights and swim in the Fairy Pools in the summer months or track dinosaur footprints at Kilt Rock in the winter.
Glimpse into the decedent world of Scottish royalty with this ticket to Stirling Castle. While away the hours exploring the former royal residence, once home to James IV and Mary Queen of Scots. Tour the Renaissance Royal Palace, the Great Hall and the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders Regimental Museum, and learn the castle’s rich history including the coronation of the infant Queen Mary and famous battles like the Battle of Stirling Bridge.
Uncover the truths and legends of the notorious battle of 1746 at the interactive Culloden Battlefield Visitor Centre. See medieval weapons, walk the battle lines and learn about the clash between Jacobite Bonnie Prince Charlie and the Duke of Cumberland through fascinating multi-media exhibitions. Choose from a single entrance ticket or upgrade to a 3- or 7-day Discover Ticket and enjoy access to 90 of Scotland’s National Trust museums, stately homes and historic attractions.
Visit the birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots and follow in the footsteps of some of Scotland’s most famous royals with a visit to the magnificent ruins of Linlithgow Palace. Pre-book your entrance tickets and explore the grand residence independently, stopping to admire the great hall, peek in the court kitchens and royal chapel, and enjoy the views from Queen Margaret’s Bower. Your tickets offer flexible entry, so you can arrive at any time and stay as long as you want.
Make the most of your time on land with this shore excursion. Explore the medieval city of Inverness, with its cathedral and castle; embark upon a cruise on Loch Ness (famed home of the monster), and visit the ruins of the shoreside Urquhart Castle, which played a major role in the Wars of Scottish Independence. Port pickup and drop-off is included.
Maximize time spent in Edinburgh with this full-day private driving tour in a traditional London taxi. With a group of up to four people, set out to see popular landmarks including Edinburgh Castle, Rosslyn Chapel, the Royal Mile, and the Scottish Parliament. Learn about history and Scottish culture from your private guide.
Explore Scotland’s Culzean Castle and Country Park as you wish with this entrance ticket. Travel independently to the clifftop Ayrshire attraction and discover the 18th-century castle and its woodlands, gardens, and beaches at leisure, perhaps choosing to take an included interior tour. Select park or castle-and-park admission, or upgrade to a 3-Day or 7-Day Discover Ticket to visit the castle and park and enjoy additional access to more than 60 Scotland National Trust attractions.
Travel back in time to the scene of one of Scotland’s great battles at the interactive Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre. Learn about the medieval weapons and armor used, walk the real battlefield where Scottish king Robert the Bruce defeated English troops against the odds, then enjoy a thrilling 3D battle show. Choose from a single entrance ticket or upgrade to a 3- or 7-day Discover Ticket and enjoy access to 90 of Scotland’s National Trust museums, stately homes and historic attractions.
Enjoy a full day tour and experience Glasgow, the largest city of Scotland, as well as the luxurious nature of Loch Lomond & Trossachs National Park, and the magnificent Kelpies at the Helix Park in Falkirk.
Delve into Scotland’s history with admission to Crathes Castle, Garden, and Estate in Aberdeenshire. Enter this 16th-century castle — a classic tower house — and discover its connections to Robert the Bruce in its labyrinthine towers and rooms. Admire painted ceilings and antiques, watch for the reputed ghost, and enjoy the trails and walled garden. Choose standard entry or upgrade to a 3-Day or 7-Day Discover Ticket for admission to around 60 additional Scotland National Trust attractions.
Step back in time as you visit the land of William Wallace, Robert the Bruce, Rob Roy, heroes of Scotland. Discover panoramic views of the highlands at Trossachs National Park. Start your day at the imposing Stirling Castle, and enjoy its medieval facade and Renaissance interior. Stroll through the verdant Trossachs National Park, and get excellent photo opportunities of lochs, mountains and forests.
Skip the line and save time by pre-booking your admission to Blair Castle and gardens. Get in-depth insight into the history of the castle and the people associated with it, including Mary Queen of Scots, the Jacobites, and Queen Victoria. Explore 30 rooms filled with such artifacts as weapons used at the Battle of Culloden, then venture into the extensive grounds, home to some of the tallest trees in Scotland and a 9-acre walled garden.
Explore one of the world’s most impressive jail and courtroom complexes with this Inveraray Jail entrance ticket. With commentary from your personal audio guide, walk through the jail complex at your own pace and gain insight into Scotland’s justice system over the centuries. Learn of the brutal forms of punishment used on criminals in centuries passed in the Torture, Death and Damnation exhibition. Read of courtroom trials from 150 years ago, visit the cells of the Old Prison and experience life behind bars in the Airing Yards.
More than a picturesque stop on your Scotland tour, Culross Palace contains heaps of history within its walls and is representative of a typical 17th to 18th century Scottish burgh. Explore Culross Palace's rooms and gardens on your own with this entrance ticket, which grants access to the Edinburgh area attraction during normal operating hours. Look around carefully and you may even recognize some of the palace and gardens from the hit television series Outlander.