Scottish Castles & pictures of Medieval Castles
Scotland is well known for our long history and part of this is the many Scottish Castles that can be found throughout our wonderful country. We warmly welcome everyone to visit our Castles and monuments as these are important historical buildings that need your support to keep them maintained. By visiting and paying the entrance fees you help support the organisations that work to preserve Scotland's heritage.
Visit our Scotland holiday information page for more information and contact details on where to stay when visiting Scotland's Wester Ross area. We also have more Scotland Travel information on our camusnagaul.biz website.
Useful Links to the locations mentioned
St Andrews Castle and Cathedral visitor entrance information on Historic Scotland official website - on wikipedia and Visit St Andrews tourism website. St Andrews University has a picture gallery showing more pictures of the area.
Scotland Travel, Tourism and more
Wedding Musicians and Entertainment Company: Scottish Music and Entertainment Services throughout Scotland and the UK organising and supplying Scottish music and entertainment for your special day, making your event truly memorable and one to treasure for a lifetime.
St Andrews Castle
A view of St Andrews Castle showing the fortifications.
St Andrews Cathedral, open to the public for free.
Other Castles in Scotland
Haunted Castle at Castle Stuart
Castles in Scotland
Broughty Castle near Dundee is open to the public and there is a nearby children play area where the kids can play as well as the sandy beach. One of the less well known visitor attractions is that you can often see dolphins from the castle and harbour area. While visiting this area you just have to visit the Frigate UNICORN at Victoria Dock in Dundee. There is also the famous Discovery, another place well worth a visit.
Ardverikie Estate near Aviemore or better known as "Glenbogle" as featured in the well loved BBC drama, "Monarch of the Glen". The estate is the ideal location for a Highland Wedding or Corporate event. The estate has a number of cottages for holiday rental. Visit the website for more details.
Useful Resources on Scotland's Castles and monuments and where you can stay while visiting Scotland (other than Camusnagaul of course!)
The Capital Scot - A Scottish heritage site in the Washington, DC area.
For a comprehensive range of information on Castles then Castles of Britain is well worth a virtual visit, with pictures of castles along with a list of locations to visit and stay in Castles throughout Britain.
Scotland Ghost finders - real scarey.
Dunnottar Castle, Aberdeenshire
You see more pictures by Deb on her family website recording their Scotland holiday trip in 2005.
Ballinbreich Castle, Fife, Scotland