Linlithgow Kelpies Falkirk Wheel Bannockburn +Stirling
From Edinburgh 2 Stirling Stopping at Queensferry, Blackness, Linlithgow. Bannockburn, Kelpies, Falkirk Wheel, Stirling Cambuskenneth Abbey and Wallace Monument. For more details and prices contact www.allaboutedinburgh.co.uk/book-transfers-tours
Tour Central Scotland and see the sites on the way to Stirling once the capital of Scotland.
Starting at the West End of Edinburgh you will visit
South Queensferry where a ferry took people across the the water to Fife for over 300 years.
Then continue on to Blackness Castle where Outlander, Robert the Bruce and Mary Queen of Scots films were made, Linlithgow Palace (site of Outlander and Robert the Bruce). (Entrance fee)
St Michael’s Church stands next to Linlithgow Palace. On 22nd May 1242, the Church of St Michael of Linlithgow was consecrated by the Bishop of St Andrews.
The Kelpies two horses heads sculpted from steel, which signify the joining of the two main Scottish canals.
Falkirk Wheel is a barge lift that replaces 18 Lochs taking barges from one level to another.
Bannockburn visitors Centre and Battle site this is where Scotland first gain independence from England,
Stirling Castle stands on a rock as Edinburgh Castle on an extinct volcano, it was also the home of Mary Queen of Scots and where she was crowed. (Entrance fee)
The Wallace Monument, National Monument of Scotland. (Entrance fee)
Cambuskenneth Abbey James III Tomb
On the tour entrance to sites are not included.
Shorter trips can be designed for individuals
Or a day trip to Stirling with a map of all the attractions provided.
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All About Edinburgh
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