Free pass lets you breach Castle walls

Historic Scotland launching its Visit for Free programme today 7th Nov 2011. Over 40 properties across Scotland including Scotland's number one tourist attraction Edinburgh Castle, the newly refurbished palace at Stirling Castle, Urquhart Castle on the banks of Loch Ness and many more will be offering free admission for the weekend of Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th November 2011 as part of this year's St. Andrew's celebrations. 10 year old Jennie Macdonald and 11 year old Robbie Mackintosh helped with the launch at Edinburgh Castle.Pic Neil Hanna
Historic Scotland launching its Visit for Free programme today 7th Nov 2011. Over 40 properties across Scotland including Scotland's number one tourist attraction Edinburgh Castle, the newly refurbished palace at Stirling Castle, Urquhart Castle on the banks of Loch Ness and many more will be offering free admission for the weekend of Saturday 26th and Sunday 27th November 2011 as part of this year's St. Andrew's celebrations. 10 year old Jennie Macdonald and 11 year old Robbie Mackintosh helped with the launch at Edinburgh Castle.Pic Neil Hanna
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TOP attractions all over the Lothians are to participate in an upcoming doors open event.

Edinburgh Castle and similarly iconic venues at Direlton and Craigmillar will take part in the Historic Scotland initiative throughout November.

Visitors need to click a link on the organisation’s website to gain a free pass over the weekend of November 26.

Ten-year-old Jennie Macdonald helped Historic Scotland launch the event at Edinburgh Castle yesterday. More than 40 properties across Scotland are taking part.

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