You'd have to be made of stone to not feel a desperate sadness when you stand here and contemplate the tragedy which took place here. The Scottish National trust have guides which do short guided tours at different times of the day, it's always worthwhile to listen to someone else's perspective. I see someone else was horrifed by the price of the cafe food - museum cafes are always expensive, everywhere - bring your own packed lunch. You can eat it outside the cafe, there are a few tables, or in the car park.
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