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30 January 2012
Come to Stirling Castle for a Taste of the Past
Come to the magnificent setting of the Great Hall in Stirling Palace on Saturday 4th and Sunday 5th February for a Taste of the Past. There will be special performances at 11:00 and 3:00 pm to show you how the Royals dined in Renaissance times.
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19 January 2012
Burns Tours at Stirling Castle this weekend
Stirling Castle will be marking Burns Day with special castle tours this weekend to explore Rabbie’s connections with its history in celebration of one of Scotland’s most beloved writers.
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8 December 2011
Enjoy festive fun at Stirling Castle this Sunday
This Sunday, (11th December), there are two special Christmas events at Stirling Castle. There will be fun for all the family with A Stewart Christmas, from 12:30 pm to 3:30 pm when visitors can step back in time and enjoy a very light hearted and slightly irreverent return to the period of Mary Queen of Scots.
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1 December 2011
New Exhibition launched at Stirling Castle to celebrate first ever artist in residence
A new art exhibition is opening tomorrow, Friday 2nd December, at Stirling Castle to celebrate the works of Iona Leishman, its first ever artist-in-residence.
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1 December 2011
Mary, Queen of Scots launches Scotland's Christmas Celebrations
The young Mary, Queen of Scots, Mirrin Follan, aged four, is pictured hanging her Christmas stocking at the 12m newly refurbished Palace at Stirling Castle, to launch Historic Scotland’s Christmas celebrations. Highlights of the Christmas programme include a Stewart Christmas to be held at Stirling Castle on Sunday 11th December from 12:30 – 3:30 pm when visitors will be able to step back in time to the period of Mary Queen of Scots and find out what Christmas would have been like in the Royal Stewart Court in the 16th Century.
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