Edinburgh - Stirling Tour Map
Edinburgh - Stirling Tour
Edinburgh - South Queensferry
Starting at the West End of Edinburgh you will visit South Queensferry where a ferry took people across the Firth of Forth for over 300 years.
Linlithgow Palace St Michael’s Church.
Blackness Castle where Outlander and the Robert the Bruce Film were made, Linlithgow Palace also site of Outlander and Robert the Bruce and birthplace of Mary Queen of Scots, St Michael’s Church.
Falkirk Wheel |The Kelpies
The Kelpies are two horses heads sculpted from steel and signify the joining of the two main Scottish canals and the Falkirk Wheel is a barge lift that replaces 18 Lochs taking barges from one level to another.
Bannockburn Battle site and Visitor Centre
Bannockburn visitors Centre and Battle site this is where Scotland first gain independence from England.
Stirling Castle | City of Stirling
Stirling Castle stands on a rock as Edinburgh Castle on an extinct volcano, it was also the home o Mary Queen of Scots and where she was crowed. The Wallace Monument, Cambuskenneth Abbey and Home.
On the tour entrance to sites are not included. Shorter trips can be designed for each group. Times at each place shown are what to expect but can be shorter or longer (All times are estimated). 1 Blackness Castle, Linlithgow Palace, Stirling Castle, Wallace Monument (7 hours) Things available to see on route and times at places estimated from previous tours. South Queensferry (photos) 30 minutes, Blackness Castle 20 Minutes (additional entrance fee to enter Castle), Linlithgow Palace and St Michael’s Church 40 minutes (additional entrance fee to enter Palace), The Falkirk wheel 20 minutes (photos). The Kelpies 20 minutes (photos). Bannockburn 30 minutes (Photos). Stirling 3 hours (additional entrance fee to enter Castle). Wallace Monument 1 hour (entrance fee to enter monument) Cambuskenneth Abbey 15 minutes (photos). Or rent a car and do it yourself.
Visit Stirling Attractions.
When visiting Stirling you do not want to miss all the attractions so click on the link button below to see what is in and around Stirling. See the beheading Stone, Old City Wall, Museums, and historic buildings and do not miss the Wallace Monument