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Stirling Day Tour

Stirling, Scotland
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    All year round

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    Day Tour

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    Price from

    £340 (group of 1-6 people)

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    Suitable for



‘The ship that never sailed’
Depart from Edinburgh to head to Blackness Castle on the Firth of Forth. This familiar fortress to fans of Outlander will see it as it stood in ‘Fort William.’ Climb the towers for panoramic views out to sea.

Linlithgow Palace.
Follow in the footsteps of royalty who broke up their journey between Edinburgh Castle and Stirling Castle. Step inside the ruins of this Renaissance residence of the Stewart kings and the birthplace of Mary, Queen of Scots.

The Kelpies
Driving along towards Stirling prepare to pass two 30 metre tall horse head sculptures, the largest equine statue in the world and a feat of man's engineering.

Storm the gates at Doune Castle

Climb the battlements and admire the views of the River Teith and surrounding hills. Walk in the footsteps of rulers both real and fictional. Featured on screen in Monty Python, Game of Thrones, and Outlander, this medieval courtyard castle is great for fans. Take a midday rest or stop for lunch at Bridge of Allan, a former spa town at the foot of the Ochil Hills.

Pay homage to a great Scottish hero.
See where William Wallace had his great victory at Stirling bridge, where The Wallace Monument overlooks the site of the battlefield. Climb to the top of the spiral staircase to reach ‘the crown’ and admire the stunning views of the surrounding hills and countryside.

Bannockburn exhibition
3D technology brings this thrilling chapter of Scotland’s story to life. Continue on to see the statue of Robert the Bruce and find out more about another Scottish hero.

If there’s time left
Pop into the Deanston distillery on the way back home. The former cotton mill stands by the River Teith. Sample some of the hand-crafted single malt.

Then it’s time to return home.
Our Stirling tour shows you don’t have to travel far to experience the wonders of Scotland. 

Relax as your kilted guide brings you safely back to your doorstep. Tuck into the snacks provided, share highlights with your fellow travellers, or just reflect on a day well spent.

Photo Credits:
Blackness Castle. Dr John Wells, CC BY 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
The Kelpies. Steven Straiton, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Wallace Statue. © Pierre André, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Wallace Statue. © Pierre André, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

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Stirling Tour 1 (2)

'The Ship That Never Sailed'

Stirling Tour 2 (1)

Linlithgow Palace

Stirling Tour 4 (1)

Storm the gates at Doune Palace

Why this experience is great for you

• Visit sites of great battles, enchanting castles, and important historical monuments. Enjoy one of our most popular tours and take in the stunning countryside within short reach of the capital.

• Journey through Stirling with the comfort and ease of the Kilted Black Cab.

Stirling Tour 1 (3)
Stirling Tour 2 (2)
Stirling Tour 4 (2)

Additional information

Equipment needed: Please dress appropriately for the weather, detailed forecasts for the day can be found. Please bring wet weather clothing if the forecast of rain is expected. Please bring suitable footwear for the tour, sensible walking shoes - some tour locations will have uneven ground and are unsuitable for dress shoes.

Weather: Activities will generally take place regardless of weather unless there are exceptional circumstances. 

Food and drink: Please bring own snacks and drinks should you have dietary requirements and warn any cafes and restaurants of these on the tour. Local Scottish snacks will be provided as well as drinks (6x Irn Bru and 6x Water) 


To secure your experience – book today.