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Edinburgh Castle Tickets & Tours Deals

With your, Edinburgh Castle Tickets visit Scotland’s most iconic attraction. The stronghold that was once inhabited by Scottish monarchs is now mostly a museum. Providing the most spectacular views of Edinburgh from a volcanic crag called Castle Rock, the castle is a part of the Scottish capital’s Old and New Towns’ World Heritage Site. Discover the castle’s storied past on live guided and audio-guided Edinburgh Castle Tickets and see the exhibits and period artifacts housed within its historic walls. Step back in time as you discover cobblestoned promenades, ancient chapels, cavernous dungeons, and mysterious graffiti left behind by prisoners of war. See the Mon Megs cannon, the Great Hall, the Scottish crown jewels and more! Check out the latest deals on Edinburgh Castle Tickets and book online for affordable rates and guaranteed entry.
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Our tips for Edinburgh Castle

  • If you’re doing a self-guided Edinburgh tour castle, consider using Rick Steve’s book as a guide. There’s just the right amount of information for an educational tour but quick enough so that you don’t get bored and restless.
  • A complimentary guided tour takes place several times every day. Just wait near the Portcullis Gate for the tour to start. You can ask questions and enjoy a wealth of stories and anecdotes about the castle.
  • It is not uncommon to have to wait an hour in line for tickets to Edinburgh Castle, especially during July and August. You can reach the attraction at 9:30am in the morning when there are lesser people. But a much smarter option is booking your tickets online to enjoy the best deals and guaranteed entry. Book on isango at the earliest to avoid disappointment!

Good to know

Visit the castle during the shoulder season: in May, June or September. However, this is also the city’s busiest time, so book well in advance to avoid missing out. Winter is also a good time to visit as the crowds are lesser. But make sure you layer up really well as it can get uncomfortably chilly! Visit midweek if you want to explore in peace and with lesser crowds. The weekends can be extremely crowded as Edinburgh is a popular getaway on weekends.

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