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Airth Castle
near Airth, Falkirk
Airth Castle
Airth Castle overlooks the village of Airth and the River Forth, in the Falkirk area of Scotland. The castle is a major historic building, and retains much medieval fabric, and is designated as a Category A listed building by Historic Scotland. The... Read more >
Blackness Castle
near Blackness, Falkirk
Blackness Castle
Access is from the town of Blackness, following a narrow road that leads to a car park within the castle grounds. Blackness Castle is located on the River Forth. It was built by the Crichton family. The castle has views to the fife coast and River... Read more >
Buchanan Castle
near Buchanan Smithy, Stirling
Buchanan Castle
Buchanan Castle is situated west of the village of Drymen in Stirlingshire, Scotland. It was designed by William Burn as a manor house in Scottish baronial style, with an L-plan tower, turrets, bartizans and stepped gables. The building is still... Read more >
Castle Campbell
Dollar, Clackmannanshire
Castle Campbell
Situated at the head of Dollar Glen Castle Campbell was the lowland stronghold of The Clan Campbell for hundreds of years. The oldest part of the building is the tower which dates back to the fifteenth century. The castle is now in the care of... Read more >
Culcreuch Castle
Fintry, near Stirling, Stirling
Culcreuch Castle
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Doune Castle
near Callander, Stirling
Doune Castle
Doune Castle lies 8 miles north-west of Stirling where the River Teith flows into the River Forth. It is located on a wooded bend on the river across a bridge from the village of Doune. It is one of the best-preserved medieval castles in Scotland.... Read more >
Stirling Castle
Stirling, Stirling
Stirling Castle
Stirling Castle is situated on top of atop the Castle Hill in Stirling. It is one of the largest and most significant castles in Scotland. The site is surrounded on three sides by steep cliffs and was strategically positioned to guard the crossing... Read more >