Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond & Whisky


Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park Loch Lomond & The Trossachs National Park
Stirling Castle, home of kings and queens Stirling Castle, home of kings and queens
Distillery Distillery
The tranquil waters of Loch Lomond The tranquil waters of Loch Lomond
The Palace at Stirling Castle The Palace at Stirling Castle
Glengoyne Distillery
The bonnie bonnie banks of Loch Lomond The bonnie bonnie banks of Loch Lomond
Views of Wallace Monument from Stirling Castle Views of Wallace Monument from Stirling Castle
Discover a working whisky distillery Discover a working whisky distillery

Castles, Lochs & Whisky

Adult Price from £36
Concessions from £33

Tour Description

A perfect mix of all things Scottish; castles, lochs and whisky!


Explore Stirling Castle and City... 

As you drive north-east out of Edinburgh you can marvel at the engineering feat that are The Kelpies, two 30-metre-high horse-head sculptures. Then, as you are travelling through Stirlingshire, our guide will bring to life the turbulent times of William Wallace - dramatised in the film Braveheart - and explain his link to the countryside you're passing through. We'll stop at the beautiful city of Stirling for about two hours. This gives you ample time to explore the stunning castle* or stroll through the beautiful and ancient streets that surround it.  


Scotland’s biggest Loch and through the National Park… 

Our route then takes you over the Duke’s Pass where you will experience dramatic views of the Trossachs National Park and its Lochs, home of the Highland rogue Rob Roy. We then make our way to Aberfoyle, a small holiday village at the southern edge of the West Highland Fault and the heart of Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park, for lunch. Finishing off our time in Loch Lomond, we visit the beautiful  loch side village of Balmaha where you can take a short but steep hike up to Craigie Fort to enjoy stunning views of the loch, or enjoy the bonnie banks on flat ground.    


A taste of Scottish Spirit at Glengoyne...

Our final stop is one of Scotland’s prettiest distilleries, Glengoyne*. Here you can learn the process of how they create the perfect dram, and you can taste a couple too! If you aren’t interested in whisky you can walk to the nearby Dumgoyne Hill and take in the stunning waterfall and tranquil secret glen that sits behind the distillery.  



Please note, optional extras:

Stirling Castle: Adult: £13.50 Child: £8.00

Glengoyne Whisky Tour: £8.60 (12-year-old whisky) or £11.00 (12 & 18 year - old whisky) Children can join the tour for free. 


*Optional extra - subject to seasonal availability.

£ Exclusive discount with Highland Experience



Stirling Castle, Loch Lomond & Whisky Route Map

Tour Highlights

Stirling Stirling*


Explore the magnificent castle or wander the historic streets that surround it


Loch Lomond Loch Lomond


Drive through Loch Lomond & the Trossachs National Park. View the UK's largest expanse of fresh water from the best spots


Glengoyne DistilleryGlengoyne Distillery*


Enjoy a whisky tasting tour at one of the prettiest distilleries in Scotland


Tour Details

Summer And Winter
Departure Days:
Daily - subject to minimum numbers
09:00 / 18:45(approx)
Reference: Tour No 3

   Check-in Closes 15 mins prior to departure at pick-up point


Tour Reviews

We spent a great day with Sergio who entertained us all the way driving us through lovely landscapes and explaining us lots of interesting facts. We really recommend it to whom who want to see Scotland from its real side.

(Annalisa F - Trip Advisor - September 2017)

We had a great time with Owen, our storytelling bus driver. Very well organized, perfect views, a must attend if you want to leave the city for one day.

(Ronald D - Trip Advisor - September 2017)


Our tour guide, Sergio was an incredibly funny man who put us at ease straight away with his awesome personality! He told us some incredible stories along the way. We had a good amount of time to explore Stirling Castle before setting off to Loch Lomand. The Loch was so beautiful. We enjoyed our visit to the Glengoyne Distillary too. To see some of the Highlands along the way was great too.
A very memorable and enjoyable family day out. Thank you!

( boowaandkwala - Trip Advisor - April 2017)

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