From Edinburgh: Loch Lomond, Stirling Castle & The Kelpies

Central Scotland, Scotland
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About this experience

We depart Edinburgh at 8.45am and head west towards Falkirk where you’ll have the chance to ‘ooh’, ‘aah’, and, um, ‘nay’, at the world’s largest equine sculptures, the Kelpies. Each 30-metre-high horse head sculpture is made from 300 tonnes of structural steel and designed by Scottish sculptor, Andy Scott.

Our adventure takes us to the ‘Bonnie Banks of Loch Lomond’ for woodland walks and stunning views. We stop at Balmaha Highland village and admire Scotland’s most southerly munro, Ben Lomond, on the way.

The afternoon takes you to one of the largest and most significant castles in Scotland, both architecturally and historically. Stirling Castle sits atop Castle Hill and was central to William Wallace and Robert the Bruce’s Wars of Independence. After a day full of exploration, we return to Edinburgh early evening at approximately 5.30pm.

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  • Duration

    9 hour

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  • Destination

    Edinburgh & The Lothians

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  • Best time to visit

    • Spring
    • Autumn
    • Summer
  • Nearby stations

    • Edinburgh Waverley

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