Castles & Battlefields - Accessible Highlights!

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We released our new castles and battlefields accessible highlights on St Andrew's Day 2017! #AuldAndAccessible #HHA2017

All throughout Scotland there are remnants of the country's battle-scarred past, but what few people know is that many of these castles and battlefields can be unexpectedly accessible. Take a look at our new guide for accessible highlights of Scottish castles and battlefields!

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If you've been exploring any of the castles or battlefields in this guide, don't forget to share your experiences by writing a review on Euan's Guide! By doing so, others can benefit from your tips and knowledge about disabled access before deciding to visit. 

To get started, go to www.euansguide.com/write-a-review and follow the steps on the screen. You can review anywhere you like on Euan's Guide, but if you decide to review one of the castles or battlefields in this guide you'll unlock a new badge on your profile! 

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On the blog

Read the latest stories featuring Scottish castles and battlefields.

Our new guide is unveiled!

Ancient and accessible?

More information on disabled access at featured sites

Crathes Castle

The Battle of Bannockburn Visitor Centre

The National Wallace Monument

Stirling Castle

Doune Castle

Urquhart Castle

Elgin Cathedral

Duffus Castle

Spynie Palace

Culloden

Brodie Castle

Boath Doocot

Fort George

Roseisle Forest

Clava Cairns

Burghead Pict Fort

Beyond castles and battlefields

Read more about accessible things to see and do in...

Stirling

Inverness

Aberdeen

Getting around

Many of the locations in this guide can be reached by train and other public transport. You can get 1/3 off rail fares with a UK Disabled Persons Railcard. Find out more >>

About this guide

The guide was part-funded by the VisitScotland Growth Fund with additional support from Historic Environment Scotland. This is the first in a series of guides to be created by Euan's Guide, with guides to Dundee and Fife to follow in 2018.

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