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"Stirling Castle
"Stirling Castle was Scotland's most important medieval stronghold and is set high on a volcanic outcrop. There has been fortification on the rock since 1000 BC as it guards the main route north into the Scottish Highlands. You have the option of visiting the castle to see some of the finest Renaissance architecture in Scotland.Leaving Stirling you'll travel past Doune Castle Callander and into the Trossachs an area popularized by authors such as Sir Walter Scott and Daniel Defoe. This is also the territory of Rob Roy MacGregor Scotland's Robin Hood. The tour stops for a leisurely lunch (own expense) outside the village of Aberfoyle.After lunch
From GBP34.00
 
Private 'Outlander' Film Locations Day Trip from Edinburgh
"Your experienced Driver/Guide and Outlander Fan (books and show) will show film locations used for seasons 1 and 2 of the TV Series 'Outlander'. As a private tour it is flexible and can be customised for you. The first stop of the day will be a photo sto take a walk though Castle Leoch's Herb Garden *Seasonal and through the Streets of Crainsmuir (Culross Village). Photo stop at Mrs Bairds. (optional) or see the Monetary Aberdour Castle one of Scotland's Oldest Castles (optional).If you have already visited Doune Castle you can either visit Linlithgow Palace or Hopetoune House (Seasonal and time restrictions). This tour is a private tour and can be customized """Private day trip of locations featured in the ‘Outlander’ TV series. Depart from Edinburgh and follow in the footsteps of the Jamie and Claire as you visit the locations used for Lallybroch Crainsmuir (Culross) the infamous Fort William (Blackness Castle)
From GBP500.00
 
"Day Trip to Doune Castle
VIP Minibus Tours"This allows you the opportunity to see a bit of everything. We start with a Glasgow panoramic tour with a short stop (30 minutes) in the Georgian city centre George Square. At one point Glasgow was the second most important city of the British Empire and still remains the “Industrial Capital” of Scotland today. Leaving the city behind us we then head northeast towards Stirling and “Braveheart country”. Our next stop is the battlefield of Bannockburn it was here on the 23rd & 24th of June 1314 that King Robert I (“The Bruce”)
From GBP425.00

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ROB ROY

This area is Rob Roy country since the notorious outlaw, who led the clan MacGregor, frequented the area and was born in Glengyle. Of course his life was somewhat romanticised by Sir Walter Scotts...
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Hamilton Toy Museum

At first when we walked into the %\l[http://thehamiltontoycollection.co.uk/]Hamilton Toy Museum I thought "oh there isn't really too much to see.' Oh no! I was so wrong! When you initially walk in...
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Hill House

To get to Hill House exit the station and turn right. You will be walking away from the waterfront. You have to walk quite far up a steep hill. You will pass Hermitage Park and Helensburgh High...
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The Henry Bell Monument

Another monument on the waterfront at Helensburgh is the Henry Bell Monument. Henry Bell was born in April 1767. In 1808 Bell and his wife moved to Helensburgh. They bought the public baths and a...
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Waterfront

The roads at Helensburgh were dug up for a very long time, but fortunately they are now finished. It is pleasant to walk along the walkway on the edge of the River Clyde at Helensburgh. On one side of...
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John Logie Baird Monument

John Logie Baird was born in Helensburgh in August 1888. He was an engineer and is most famous for having invented the television. There is a statue of him on the waterfront at Helensburgh. Logie...
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The Waverley

We were delighted to see the Waverley Passenger Steamer pulling into the end of Helensburgh Pier on our last visit. This steamer takes its name from the Sir Walter Scott novel. The Waverley is the...
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