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  4. Stirling Castle

Stirling Castle: Skip-the-Line Guided Tour in Spanish

Product ID: 337931
Explore one the most important fortresses in the history of Scotland. Walk inside the castle to enjoy the wonderful royal palace, where Mary Queen of Scots once lived, and admire the Great Hall of the 16th century where parties and feast took place.
About this activity
Duration: 1.5 hours
Starting time 1:30 PM
Skip the ticket line
Printed or mobile voucher accepted
Instant confirmation
Live tour guide
Wheelchair accessible
Free cancellation up to 24 hours before activity starts

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  • Explore what was the most important castle in medieval Scotland
  • Learn how it was key in the Scottish Wars of Independence of the 14th century
  • Hear about John Damian
  • Explore the home of the Kinghts of the Round Table of King Arhur.
  • See where Mary, Queen of Scot was crowned
Full description
Skip the lines to enter Scotland’s second-most-popular tourist attraction as you learn about the bloody history including stories of the kings, queens, and ghost of this castle. Your tour will begin on the esplanade of the castle as you hear your guide talking about the origins of the castle and its sieges. Stirling grew in relation to Scottish history, as did the castle. This castle however suffered numerous sieges, which is the reason why this stronghold became a stage for crucial moments for Scotland.

It was key in the Scottish Wars of Independence of the 14th century, where heroes like William Wallace and Robert the Bruce took part. It served as a royal residence for centuries, and was the favorite for many kings. Your guide will take you inside the castle to visit the royal palace, where kings and queens once lived. This building was the first renaissance palace in Britain, and you will explore the Great Hall where feasts were held to celebrated the baptism of the future king of Scotland.

In the 16th century, John Damian was the bird-man of Stirling castle. He wanted to fly to France, but a couple of minor inconveniences deterred him from getting too far. Today, this fortress is full of history, legends, and maybe even some ghosts. In addition, the English chronicler William of Worcester identified Stirling Castle as the home of the Knights of the Round Table of King Arthur.
  • Local guide
  • Maps
  • Skip-the-line entrance to Stirling Castle
What’s Not Included
  • Audio guide
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off

Prepare for the activity

Meeting point

The meeting point of the tour is inside the coffee shop "Caffe Nero", your staff will be waiting there to check you in. Please arrive at least 15 minutes before the start of the tour.

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Important information
Know before you go
• This tour operates in all weather conditions, except for in extreme weather (as the castle will be closed too)
• The route will be adapted in order to minimize exposure to rain or snow
Organized by

The Way I See Scotland

Product ID: 337931