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Stirling Castle
Sitting on an 80m high, volcanic plug, children will be fascinated by a visit to Scotland's finest castle. The Visitor Centre on the Esplanade has an educational and entertaining free video show which is screened throughout the day. Hundreds of years of Scottish history is a lot to absorb but there are plenty of spaces for children to run around or relax. They will love the recreation of a Medieval kitchen and there is a Medieval themed soft-play area for the under-5's.
Disabled facilities and partial access
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Doune Castle
Doune is 8 miles South of Calendar on the A84
Medieval castle which includes a splendid Lord's Hall with carved oak screen, musicians gallery and double fireplace, spiral staircases, a portcullis and a well. The castle is much in demand for location filming and you may have seen it before in Ivanhoe or Monty Python and the Holy Grail.
Special events organised during the Summer.
Disabled facilities and partial access.
Castle Campbell and Dollar Glen
The castle used to be known as Castle Gloom and is situated above two burns named Care and Sorrow. There are spectacular walks by both burns as they twist and cascade down narrow ravines. Take great care with young children after heavy rain and in Autumn as the paths, walkways and bridges can be slippery.
No disabled access to the walk.
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