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Built in the 15th century and massively strengthened in the 16th century as an artillery fortress, Blackness Castle has been a royal castle, prison, armaments depot and film location for Hamlet and the BBC production of Ivanhoe. Blackness Castle is...more
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Blackness is one of our favorite places to visit & the entrance fee is defiantly worth it.
There is a small shop for souvenirs and a machine if you want a hot drink.
The staff here are very friendly and spend a lot of their...More
Blackness Castle is a wonderful place to explore. With glorious views over the River Forth, including an excellent view towards the Forth Bridges, the castle has lots of stairways leading into three different towers and various room spaces, as well as a walkway around the...More
We visited here on the Outlander tour and it was a great experience to see where the filming from key scenes took place. The infamous whipping Jamie received from Black Jack Randall, the escape and jump from the battlements, and Breanna’s experience of ghosts while...More
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I am just seeing this - not sure if this is still helpful, but I agree. The ground IS quite uneven so those that are mobility impaired need to keep that in mind. There are rooms that you can explore without too many steps... More
I am just seeing this - not sure if this is still helpful, but I agree. The ground IS quite uneven so those that are mobility impaired need to keep that in mind. There are rooms that you can explore without too many steps but to access the lovely views, you must be able to climb steps.