The history of the place old and new and fabulous paintings and furniture. I particular liked the pictures of all the kings and queens of scotland
Love how we could drive half way up Authur's Seat to climb to the top. Our 2 year old managed it well. What a view from the top! The birds at the lakes make it fun for the youngest ones, and the wind blows away the cobwebs. Well looked after, and well used.
Gives an insight into the Queen's summer programme as well as seeing some significant furniture. Excellent brochure or audio aid with enough background detail. Intriguing detail about Mary Queen of Scots, Darnley and Rizzio. An untrustworthy lot.
Having set off to climb to the top we had to abandon the final section due to the rather large breakfast we had just eaten. However we continued over the brow to meet Queen's Drive which we walked along back to the car park at Holyroodhouse. We passed the lochs and enjoyed the views of the wonderful surrounding area. Well... More
Very good value for money but beware you may wish to avoid The Queens Gallery (extra charge). The house has many thing to see that indicates that in fact the Queen lives in the same sort of house that we all do (very cosy and comfortable).
beautiful park and well maintained .not for everyone can be quite hilly .I went to watch the cross country running and must admit if I lived local I would go there all the time for a stroll.
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