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Meet Robert the Bruce at Dirleton Castle. He'll tell you tales of siege warfare and castle life. He might even spill the beans on the new Outlaw King film.
Dirleton Castle and Gardens
Come along and learn what role the castle played in the Jacobite war of 1745 and meet characters from the period.
Meet King James V’s musician who will tell tales of the instruments, some of which may even be true!
Come and see how the Scots fought with pikes in schiltrons and have a go yourself.
Weekend antics: Follow in the tradition of Scotland's stonemasons and try your hand at carving your very own mason's mark - into soap!
Drop into the castle and give wildlife a helping hand this winter.
Find out why the Jacobite Risings of 1715 and 1745 failed as you meet a Highlander held prisoner the castle.
War is traditionally a male domain but during the Wars of Independence, women were among some of Bruce’s strongest and bravest supporters.
Visit Glasgow Cathedral and take a look at the breathtaking aerial photography across some of Scotland's most atmospheric properties
Come hear stories of Rebellion, clan warfare and self-preservation.
Ranger Talks series. Find out about the history of protecting Scotland's Ancient Monuments.
Find out why Davie Kirkwood, part of the Red Clydeside Movement, was arrested and brought to Edinburgh Castle.