Glamis Castle, Glamis
Categories: Castles, Tourist Spots
Situated beside the village of Glamis in Angus Scotland, Glamis Castle is famous for being the childhood home of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother and the setting for Shakespeare's "Macbeth." Admire the gardens, browse the rooms on exhibit, or attend a seasonal event. To delve deeper into the history, opt for a guided tour. Refuel at the Castle Restaurant with a coffee, afternoon tea, or lunch. The 50-minute tours are offered in French, German, Spanish, Italian, Norwegian, and Swedish and are included with the castle and grounds admission ticket. Plan to visit Glamis Castle and other customer-reviewed, writer-recommended Glamis attractions using our Glamis family vacation planner.
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Vi besökte Glamis Castle en regnig dag men det glömde vi direkt vi passerat entrén och såg slottet i fjärran Det låg där med sina vackra torn och flyglar Guidningen är ett måste även om det var lite s... read more »We visited Glamis Castle on a rainy day but we forgot we passed the entrance and saw the castle in the distance It lay there with its beautiful towers and wings Tour is a must even if it was a little hard to hear everything that was said to the castle that has been a home and meeting place for Lyon & Bowes has many furniture, furnishings remain and, not least, biographies of important men and women Interesting chapel with paintings on the ceilings and walls good soup and Espresso Large souvenir shop next time we'll see the Park among the best castles we saw in Scotlandshow original
The tour guides are wonderful. They take you on a tour through the primary rooms of the castle. The rooms are fully furnished, a snapshot in time, and the facts and stories are helpful to get a feel f... read more »
Glamis castle is well worth a visit highly recommend paying to do the tour it is 11 pounds each. The castle is great the rooms are amazing no photos aloud inside have to just remember it with the eyes... read more »
One of the many beautiful castles in Scotland. It's not too big but it is very well looked after. The surrounding park is well worth a walk. I would also recommend the tour. Sometimes the inhabitants are there as they have closed off a wing of the castle which is private. A really nice day out, there is a small cafe with very high quality food there expect to pay for it though.
Influential history. Such beautiful architecture and surroundings. You can see why the royal family enjoy spending their time here! The staff and tour guides are very friendly, knowledgeable and helpful. A great place to visit and learn some of the history of the United Kingdom.
Beautiful castle both inside and outside. Excellent guide who gave lots of information without endless figures. Very good shop too and saw nice kids play area useful for families.
The castle is really huge, inside a even bigger garden and forest.. The tour was really interesting. The only con is that is not possible to have photos inside. The gardens and forest are big and interesting, but because some "natural" problems the gardens were to at their best
Really good and interesting and good tourist centre with a mini cinema
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