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