Just make sure no royalty is in town or they will close the place. Beautiful building and gardens . At the end of the royal mile
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This is a beautiful palace to see if you are interested in history and seeing where the royals lived/visited. It is a fairly easy walk down to the palace from the middle of the Royal mile. The audio guides are great and very helpful with...More
We enjoyed the personality of the Palace more than the Castle. More personable tour with greater detail into the life of the royalty. Do the audio tour to gain more perspective on the details of the Palace.
Second time to Edinburgh and still have not seen inside the Palace. The gardens were beautiful outside by the giftshop. black tulips. Nice gift shop but sure would have loved to seen inside.
The palace offered free audio guides and I highly recommend you take one. It walks you through each room and you really get a feel of the history of the room and what had happened there. The rooms are beautifully decorated and their histories are...More
We were walking the Royal Mile and made our way to the Palace. We were wandering around just chatting and sipping lemonade and then a Royal Guard opened a gate and ushered us inside and said Princess Anne was arriving! It was amazing, the Palace...More
At the other end of the Royal Mile from Edinburgh Castle, this is one of the Queen's primary residences. The walk through was so interesting, especially with the (free) audio tour. Holyrood Abbey was one of the highlights of our entire trip.
After the Castle, you can't miss this. Tons of history and still in use by the Royal Family. Close to Arthur's seat so you can see it even if you don't want to climb it.
This palace is worthwhile seeing. It is at the lower end of the Royal mile with a historic abbey . Given that no photos are allowed and having seen more impressive castles in the 30 days of our travels, it is hard to recall the...More
This was a once in a lifetime experience for me to be in the presence of HRH., the Princess Royal on the eve of the General Assembly 2017. Because of my disability, I was personally escorted by a Captain of the Guard through a number...More