This is a fantastic late medieval castle in a fairly out of the way corner of Edinburgh - let's face it there's not a great deal else that's going to entice you to visit Craigmillar - but it's well worth making the effort. Families will enjoy exploring the corridors dungeons, spiral staircases and largely intact central keep and amateur antiquarians will have an equally good time, especially if you pick up a guide at the shop before going in. As is so often the case the fact that it's a bit out of the way is a huge boon as you might very well have the run of the place, particularly if you visit during the week. Combine a visit with a walk up Arthur's Seat and lunch at the Sheep's Heid in Duddingston for a cracking day out.
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