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Take a look at the breathtaking aerial photography across some of Scotland's most atmospheric properties
Come and see how the Scots fought with pikes in schiltrons and have a go yourself.
Rangers Talks series. What would Holyrood Park have been like in the past? Researchers from University of Stirling unveil their findings.
Celebrate Scotland’s LGBT History Month with the Loud and Proud Choir performance at Edinburgh Castle.
Weekend antics: Get inspired by plans and photos of Stirling's traditional buildings and have a go at recreating your favourite using our 3D printing pens.
Second in a series of two walks. Join an expert geologist and a Ranger on a three hour guided walk to discover how the landscape of Holyrood Park has been shaped and sculpted by ice through the ages.
Learn about the medieval weapons and tactics of a Scottish foot soldier. Meet one of Robert the Bruce’s men who served under the command of Thomas Randolph during the capture of the Castle in 1314.
Come along and learn what role the castle played in the Jacobite war of 1745 and meet characters from the period.
Get dressed for battle and learn how to use the medieval longbow and crossbow from castle archer, Rusty Bodkins.
Weekend antics: Become a bricklayer for the afternoon and use our mini bricks and mortar to construct a wall. How stable can you make it?
Join us on a guided walk to learn more about Arthur’s Seat’s turbulent past, created by fire and ice.
Short course: Learn about the properties, use and conservation of one of Scotland's most widely used building materials.
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