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Historic Scotland Explorer Pass

Historic Scotland Explorer Pass

Historic Scotland Explorer Pass

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Unravel more than 5,000 years of Scottish history with the Historic Scotland Explorer Pass. With free entry to over 70 properties, you can explore the archaeological sites, war-torn castles, ancient monuments, and abbeys of Scotland.
This pass offers free entry to all Historic Scotland properties. The three-day pass is valid over five days, and the seven-day pass is valid over 14 days, allowing you flexibility to enjoy Scotland's stunning heritage, while including other activities in your itinerary. The pass also offers substantial savings compared to paying individual entry. Whether you're interested in history, ancestry, or archaeology, or you simply wish to make the most of Scotland, Historic Scotland sites cater to all tastes.

Some of the most popular sites include:
  • Scotland's premier attraction, Edinburgh Castle
  • Stirling Castle
  • Urquhart Castle, with views out over the Loch Ness
  • The beautifully situated Dryburgh Abbey
  • The historic and sacred Iona Abbey
  • Fort George, one of the largest forts in Europe
  • War-torn castles, such as Caerlaverock Castle, near Dumfries
  • Archaeological gems including the Skara Brae prehistoric village and Maeshowe on Orkney
  • Plus many more!

    Inclusions :
    • Either a 3-day Historic Scotland Explorer Pass, valid within a five-day period, or
    • A 7-day Historic Scotland Explorer Pass, valid within a 14-day period
    Note: Family passes are available and include 2 adults and up to 6 children (age 5-15).
    Note:
    Passes must be redeemed at Glasgow Cathedral. The three-day pass is valid over five consecutive days; the seven-day pass is valid over 14 consecutive days, from the time of redemption. More than one Historic Scotland property may be visited per day. The pass does not include any car parking charges or retail purchases on-site. Transportation between the points of interest is not included. Historic Scotland properties are open daily between April and Sept. All properties are closed on Christmas Day and Boxing Day; between Oct. and March, some properties may close or operate a reduced timetable. Glasgow Cathedral is closed to the public on Sunday mornings for church services, but is open 1 PM–4 PM. Please contact Historic Scotland Customer Service for more information. Foreign language guide books and audio guide tours are available for an additional charge at Edinburgh Castle. Information leaflets containing maps and full listings of all Historic Scotland properties are available from Edinburgh Castle. Children age 4 and younger participate for free.

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