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7 October 2014

Today we have a guest post by travel writer Robin McKelvie, who recently took some young visitors for a trip to the castle...

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Points Of Interest Map

With so much to see, look for points of interest in our interactive map of Stirling Castle.

         

The Queen Anne Garden


Queen Anne Garden

These attractive terraced gardens occupy a peaceful and colourful spot on the sunny south side of the castle. A royal garden was probably formed here in the 1400s. They are now overlooked by the Queen’s Lodgings and the Prince’s Tower.

The flat lawn was converted into a bowling green in the 1620s. The tree is a beech, more than 200 years old.