Glamis Castle, Forfar, Angus.
Not only is Glamis Castle the childhood home of HM Queen Elizabeth, the Queen Mother and the birthplace of Princess Margaret, it is also the setting for Shakespeare’s Macbeth and is without doubt the most haunted building in the UK.
With frequent sightings of the Grey Lady, Jack the Runner, White Lady and Earl Beardie to name but a few.
So whether or not you manage to glimpse one of these paranormal beings, you will certainly feel their presence as you tour the castle at Halloween.
A fabulous day out with so much to see and do both inside and outside. So if you are into history, ghosts and /or gardens this is a must for you. The only thing is you might struggle to fit everything in as there is so much to see at Glamis.
So if it awe-inspiring castles your after Glamis is a definite contender.
Places for you to stay near Glamis Castle:
Drumshademuir Caravan and Camping Park: https://www.drumshademuir.com
“Know Before You Go!”
Opening hours: There are lots of suggestions for places to visit on the following pages and while we absolutely want you to make the most of your trip, it is important to note that many visitor attractions and places of interest now require you to book in advance. This is because they may have restricted opening hours or may be closed temporarily due to Covid-19.
In addition many places of interest in Scotland have seasonal opening hours and close during the winter months. Please follow the links to the places of interest and suggested routes to check in advance of your visit and avoid disappointment on the day!